DeepSea stage 4 fails with "error creating ganesha_config, File Exists"

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Environment

SUSE Enterprise Storage 6
deepsea-0.9.31+git.0.aac676904-3.21.1.noarch

Situation

When running DeepSea stage 4 this fails as per the below example error, excerpt :
 
    ID: create `hostname` daemon rados object
    Function: cmd.run
    Name: rados -p ganesha_config -N ganesha create conf-`hostname`
    Result: False
    Comment: Command "rados -p ganesha_config -N ganesha create conf-`hostname`" run
    Started: 12:28:52.516697
    Duration: 257.904 ms
    Changes:
            ----------
            pid:
               1019453
            retcode:
               1
            stderr:
               error creating ganesha_config/conf-`hostname`: (17) File exists
            stdout:

 

Resolution

On the admin node edit the file "/srv/salt/ceph/ganesha/rados_config.sls"

Please adjust this line (line 6):
- unless: "rados -p $POOL -N ganesha ls | grep -q ^conf-{{ host }}$"

To instead read:
- unless: "rados -p ganesha_config -N ganesha ls | grep -q ^conf-{{ host }}$"

Cause

Undefined variable specified.

Status

Reported to Engineering

Disclaimer

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  • Document ID:000019752
  • Creation Date: 26-Nov-2020
  • Modified Date:26-Nov-2020
    • SUSE Enterprise Storage

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