Object Storage Daemon service is shown as not running / unknown

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Environment

SUSE Enterprise Storage 7

Situation

After upgrading from SES 6 to SES 7, although all OSDs are up and running ("ceph orch ps --daemon-type osd" shows all OSD daemons as "running") the "ceph orch ls" command however shows the OSD service similar to the following example, excerpt:
 
NAME RUNNING REFRESHED AGE PLACEMENT IMAGE NAME IMAGE ID
...
osd.default 0/8 - - osd_node1;osd_node2;osd_node3;... <unknown> <unknown>
...

Resolution

The issue is cosmetic since all OSDs are up and running.

Cause

The "osdspec_affinity" metadata is not present for existing OSDs when upgraded from SES 6.

Status

Reported to Engineering

Additional Information

Although this is cosmetic, the situation is not ideal, currently the recommended way to resolve this cosmetic issue is to, one at a time, re-deploy each of the OSD hosts and its OSDs. This will allow the proper metadata to be set during creation since the OSD host and its OSDs are now created "new" on SES 7.

Alternatively, SUSE is working on a solution to be able to resolve this issue without having to re-remove and re-deploy the host and OSDs. For details contact SUSE Support.

Disclaimer

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  • Document ID:000020319
  • Creation Date: 05-Jul-2021
  • Modified Date:05-Jul-2021
    • SUSE Enterprise Storage

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