Commit ce25fc74 authored by Matthew Vernon's avatar Matthew Vernon Committed by Guillaume Abrioux
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Docs: fix some typos



While working on the previous PR, I found a couple of typos in the
docs. This fixes those.
Signed-off-by: default avatarMatthew Vernon <mv3@sanger.ac.uk>
(cherry picked from commit 8b1474ab)
parent 6921aafb
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Upgrading the ceph cluster
ceph-ansible provides a playbook in ``infrastructure-playbooks`` for upgrading a Ceph cluster: ``rolling_update.yml``.
This playbook could be used for both minor upgrade (X.Y to X.Z) or major upgrade (X to Y).
This playbook could be used for both minor upgrades (X.Y to X.Z) or major upgrades (X to Y).
Before running a major upgrade you need to update the ceph-ansible version first.
......@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ example:
$ ansible-playbook -vv -i hosts infrastructure-playbooks/rolling_update.yml
.. note::
This playbook isn't intended to be run with the ``--limit`` ansible option.
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This playbook isn't intended to be run with the ``--limit`` ansible option.
......@@ -83,8 +83,8 @@ If a change should be backported to a ``stable-*`` Git branch:
- Create a new local branch for your pull request, based on the stable branch:
``git checkout --no-track -b my-backported-change origin/stable-3.0``
- Cherry-pick your change: ``git cherry-pick -x (your-sha1)``
- Create a new pull request against the ``stable-3.0`` branch.
- Ensure that your pull requests's title has the prefix "backport:", so it's clear
- Create a new pull request against the ``stable-4.0`` branch.
- Ensure that your pull request's title has the prefix "backport:", so it's clear
to reviewers what this is about.
- Add a comment in your backport pull request linking to the original (master) pull request.
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......@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ Releases
========
The following branches should be used depending on your requirements. The ``stable-*``
branches have been QE tested and sometimes recieve backport fixes throughout their lifecycle.
branches have been QE tested and sometimes receive backport fixes throughout their lifecycle.
The ``master`` branch should be considered experimental and used with caution.
- ``stable-3.0`` Supports for Ceph versions ``jewel`` and ``luminous``. This branch supports Ansible version ``2.4``.
......@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ Configuration
The configuration for your Ceph cluster will be set by the use of ansible variables that ``ceph-ansible`` provides. All of these options and their default
values are defined in the ``group_vars/`` directory at the root of the ``ceph-ansible`` project. Ansible will use configuration in a ``group_vars/`` directory
that is relative to your inventory file or your playbook. Inside of the ``group_vars/`` directory there are many sample Ansible configuration files that relate
to each of the Ceph daemon groups by their filename. For example, the ``osds.yml.sample`` contains all the default configuation for the OSD daemons. The ``all.yml.sample``
to each of the Ceph daemon groups by their filename. For example, the ``osds.yml.sample`` contains all the default configuration for the OSD daemons. The ``all.yml.sample``
file is a special ``group_vars`` file that applies to all hosts in your cluster.
.. note::
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......@@ -8,3 +8,8 @@ ceph-ansible can deploy Ceph either in a non-containerized context (via packages
non-containerized
containerized
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=======
The difference here is that you don't have the rbd command on the host when using the containerized deployment so everything related to ceph needs to be executed within a container. So in the case there is software like e.g. Open Nebula which requires that the rbd command is accessible directly on the host (non-containerized) then you have to install the rbd command by yourself on those servers outside of containers (or make sure that this software somehow runs within containers as well and that it can access rbd).
>>>>>>> 8b1474ab7... Docs: fix some typos
Non containerized deployement
=============================
Non containerized deployment
============================
The following are all of the available options for the installing Ceph through different channels.
......@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ Custom repository
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If ``ceph_repository`` is set to ``custom``, packages you will be by default installed from a desired repository.
This repository is specifie with ``ceph_custom_repo``, e.g: ``ceph_custom_repo: https://server.domain.com/ceph-custom-repo``.
This repository is specified with ``ceph_custom_repo``, e.g: ``ceph_custom_repo: https://server.domain.com/ceph-custom-repo``.
Origin: Distro
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......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ At present (starting from stable-4.0), there is only one scenario, which default
So there is no need to configure ``osd_scenario`` anymore, it defaults to ``lvm``.
The ``lvm`` scenario mentionned above support both containerized and non-containerized cluster.
The ``lvm`` scenario mentioned above support both containerized and non-containerized cluster.
As a reminder, deploying a containerized cluster can be done by setting ``containerized_deployment``
to ``True``.
......@@ -223,4 +223,4 @@ Supported ``lvm_volumes`` configuration settings:
journal: journal-lv2
journal_vg: journal-vg2
.. note:: Volume groups and logical volumes must exist.
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.. note:: Volume groups and logical volumes must exist.
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