All CephNFS daemons are configured using shared RADOS objects stored in a Ceph pool named
.nfs. Users can modify the configuration object for each CephNFS cluster if they wish to customize the configuration.
Changing configuration of the .nfs pool¶
By default, Rook creates the
.nfs pool with Ceph's default configuration. If you wish to change the configuration of this pool (for example to change its failure domain or replication factor), you can create a CephBlockPool with the
spec.name field set to
.nfs. This pool must be replicated and cannot be erasure coded.
deploy/examples/nfs.yaml contains a sample for reference.
Adding custom NFS-Ganesha config file changes¶
rados tool from the toolbox to interact with the configuration object. The below command will get you started by dumping the contents of the config object to stdout. The output will look something like the example shown if you have already created two exports as documented above. It is best not to modify any of the export objects created by Ceph so as not to cause errors with Ceph's export management.
rados ls and
rados put are other commands you will want to work with the other shared configuration objects.
Of note, it is possible to pre-populate the NFS configuration and export objects prior to creating CephNFS server clusters.
Creating NFS export over RGW¶
RGW NFS export is experimental for the moment. It is not recommended for scenario of modifying existing content.
For creating an NFS export over RGW(CephObjectStore) storage backend, the below command can be used. This creates an export for the
/testrgw pseudo path on an existing bucket bkt4exp as an example. You could use
/testrgw pseudo for nfs mount operation afterwards.