PLEASE NOTE: This document applies to v0.8 version and not to the latest stable release v1.3Documentation for other releases can be found by using the version selector in the left bottom of any doc page.
The Rook toolbox is a container with common tools used for rook debugging and testing.
The toolbox is based on CentOS, so more tools of your choosing can be easily installed with
Running the Toolbox in Kubernetes
The rook toolbox can run as a pod in a Kubernetes cluster. After you ensure you have a running Kubernetes cluster with rook deployed (see the Kubernetes instructions), launch the rook-ceph-tools pod.
Save the tools spec as
apiVersion: v1 kind: Pod metadata: name: rook-ceph-tools namespace: rook-ceph spec: dnsPolicy: ClusterFirstWithHostNet containers: - name: rook-ceph-tools image: rook/ceph-toolbox:v0.8.3 imagePullPolicy: IfNotPresent env: - name: ROOK_ADMIN_SECRET valueFrom: secretKeyRef: name: rook-ceph-mon key: admin-secret securityContext: privileged: true volumeMounts: - mountPath: /dev name: dev - mountPath: /sys/bus name: sysbus - mountPath: /lib/modules name: libmodules - name: mon-endpoint-volume mountPath: /etc/rook hostNetwork: false volumes: - name: dev hostPath: path: /dev - name: sysbus hostPath: path: /sys/bus - name: libmodules hostPath: path: /lib/modules - name: mon-endpoint-volume configMap: name: rook-ceph-mon-endpoints items: - key: data path: mon-endpoints
Launch the rook-ceph-tools pod:
kubectl create -f toolbox.yaml
Wait for the toolbox pod to download its container and get to the
kubectl -n rook-ceph get pod rook-ceph-tools
Once the rook-ceph-tools pod is running, you can connect to it with:
kubectl -n rook-ceph exec -it rook-ceph-tools bash
All available tools in the toolbox are ready for your troubleshooting needs. Example:
ceph status ceph osd status ceph df rados df
When you are done with the toolbox, remove the pod:
kubectl -n rook-ceph delete pod rook-ceph-tools
Troubleshooting without the Toolbox
The Ceph tools will commonly be the only tools needed to troubleshoot a cluster. In that case, you can connect to any of the rook pods and execute the ceph commands in the same way that you would in the toolbox pod such as the mon pods or the operator pod.
If connecting to the mon pods, make sure you connect to the mon most recently started. The mons keep the config updated in memory after starting and may not have the latest config on disk.
For example, after starting the cluster connect to the
mon2 pod instead of