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EdgeFS Cluster CRD
Rook allows creation and customization of storage clusters through the custom resource definitions (CRDs).
To get you started, here is a simple example of a CRD to configure a EdgeFS cluster with just one local per-host directory /data:
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster dataDirHostPath: /data storage: useAllNodes: true # use only for test deployments
or if you have raw block devices provisioned, it can dynamically detect, format and utilize all raw devices on all nodes with simple CRD as below:
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster dataDirHostPath: /data storage: useAllNodes: true # use only for test deployments useAllDevices: true
or if you want to just install it on single node1, single SSD device /dev/sdb, use this sample:
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster dataDirHostPath: /data sysRepCount: 1 failureDomain: "device" storage: useAllNodes: false useAllDevices: false config: useAllSSD: "true" useMetadataOffload: "false" nodes: - name: "node1" devices: - name: "sdb"
or if you want to just install it on single node1, single directory /media, use this sample:
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster dataDirHostPath: /data sysRepCount: 1 failureDomain: "device" storage: useAllNodes: false useAllDevices: false directories: - path: /media # global for all nodes, cannot be per-node! nodes: - name: "node1"
In addition to the CRD, you will also need to create a namespace, role, and role binding as seen in the common cluster resources below.
Settings can be specified at the global level to apply to the cluster as a whole, while other settings can be specified at more fine-grained levels, e.g. individual nodes. If any setting is unspecified, a suitable default will be used automatically.
name: The name that will be used internally for the EdgeFS cluster. Most commonly the name is the same as the namespace since multiple clusters are not supported in the same namespace.
namespace: The Kubernetes namespace that will be created for the Rook cluster. The services, pods, and other resources created by the operator will be added to this namespace. The common scenario is to create a single Rook cluster. If multiple clusters are created, they must not have conflicting devices or host paths.
edgefsImageName: EdgeFS image to use. If not specified then
edgefs/edgefs:latestis used. We recommend to specify particular image version for production use, for example
dataDirHostPath: The path on the host (hostPath) where config and data should be stored for each of the services. If the directory does not exist, it will be created. Because this directory persists on the host, it will remain after pods are deleted. If
storagesettings not provided then provisioned hostPath will also be used as a storage device for Target pods (automatic provisioning via
- On Minikube environments, use
/data/rook. Minikube boots into a tmpfs but it provides some directories where files can be persisted across reboots. Using one of these directories will ensure that Rook’s data and configuration files are persisted and that enough storage space is available.
- WARNING: For test scenarios, if you delete a cluster and start a new cluster on the same hosts, the path used by
dataDirHostPathmust be deleted. Otherwise, stale information and other config will remain from the previous cluster and the new target will fail to start. If this value is empty, each pod will get an ephemeral directory to store their config files that is tied to the lifetime of the pod running on that node. More details can be found in the Kubernetes empty dir docs.
- On Minikube environments, use
dataVolumeSize: Alternative to
dataDirHostPath. If defined then Cluster CRD operator will disregard
dataDirHostPathsetting and instead will automatically claim persistent volume. If
storagesettings not provided then provisioned volume will also be used as a storage device for Target pods (automatic provisioning via
sysRepCount: overrides the default (3) system replication count value. Can be set to 1 or 2 for a cluster with limited number of failure domains. For example, a signle node setup with two disks can provide up to 2 replicas per chunk and requires
sysRepCountto be set to 1 or 2.
failureDomain: identifies the way chunk replicas are distributed accross cluster’s disks. The
devicedomain requires each replicas to resides on different disks, the
hostdomains implies one replica per node and the
zonedomain is for one replica per zone. If
failureDomainoption isn’t specified, then the failure domain is set to
zonedepending on nodes config (see below). The
failureDomainallows to specify the failure domain explicitly. For example, a single-node cluster with multiple nodes requires the
dashboard: This specification may be used to override and enable additional EdgeFS UI Dashboard functionality.
localAddr: Specifies local IP address to be used as Kubernetes external IP.
network: network configuration settings
devicesResurrectMode: When enabled, this mode attempts to recreate cluster based on previous CRD definition. If this flag set to one of the parameters, then operator will only adjust networking. Often used when clean up of old devices is needed. Only applicable when used with
restore: Attempt to restart and restore previously enabled cluster CRD.
restoreZap: Attempt to re-initialize previously selected
devicesprior to restore. By default cluster assumes that selected devices have no logical partitions and considered empty.
restoreZapWait: Attempt to cleanup previously selected
devicesand wait for cluster delete. This is useful when clean up of old devices is needed. Additional containers count should be specified if cluster was originally created with a total per-node capacity that exceeding
devicesResurrectMode: "restoreZapWait: 2".
serviceAccount: The service account under which the EdgeFS pods will run that will give access to ConfigMaps in the cluster’s namespace. If not set, the default of
rook-edgefs-clusterwill be used.
chunkCacheSize: Limit amount of memory allocated for dynamic chunk cache. By default Target pod uses up to 75% of available memory as chunk caching area. This option can influence this allocation strategy.
placement: placement configuration settings
resourceProfile: Cluster segment wide resource utilization profile (Memory and CPU). Can be
performance(default). In case of
performanceeach Target pod requires at least 8Gi of memory and 4 CPU cores in terms of to operate efficiently. If
resourceslimits are set to less then 8Gi of memory then operator will automatically set profile to
embeddedprofile case, Target pod requires 1Gi of memory and 2 CPU cores, where memory allocation is split between number of PLevels (see
rtPLevelOverrideoption) with 64Mi minimally per one PLevel, 64Mi for Target pod itself and the rest for chunk cache (see
chunkCacheSizeoption) that allocates up to 75% of available memory.
resources: resources configuration settings
storage: Storage selection and configuration that will be used across the cluster. Note that these settings can be overridden for specific nodes.
false, indicating if all nodes in the cluster should be used for storage according to the cluster level storage selection and configuration values. If individual nodes are specified under the
nodesfield below, then
useAllNodesmust be set to
nodes: Names of individual nodes in the cluster that should have their storage included in accordance with either the cluster level configuration specified above or any node specific overrides described in the next section below.
useAllNodesmust be set to
falseto use specific nodes and their config.
- storage selection settings
- storage configuration settings
skipHostPrepare: By default all nodes selected for EdgeFS deployment will be automatically configured via preparation jobs. If this option set to
truenode configuration will be skipped.
trlogProcessingInterval: Controls for how many seconds cluster would aggregate object modifications prior to processing it by accounting, bucket updates, ISGW Links and notifications components. Has to be defined in seconds and must be composite of 60, i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30. Default is 10. Recommended range is 2 - 20. This is cluster wide setting and cannot be easily changed after cluster is created. Any new node added has to reflect exactly the same setting.
trlogKeepDays: Controls for how many days cluster need to keep transaction log interval batches with version manifest references. If you planning to have cluster disconnected from ISGW downlinks for longer period time, consider to increase this value. Default is 3. This is cluster wide setting and cannot be easily changed after cluster is created.
maxContainerCapacity: Overrides default total disks capacity per target container. Default is “132Ti”.
useHostLocalTime: Force usage of the host’s /etc/localtime inside EdgeFS containers. Default is
Nodes can be added and removed over time by updating the Cluster CRD, for example with
kubectl -n rook-edgefs edit cluster.edgefs.rook.io rook-edgefs.
This will bring up your default text editor and allow you to add and remove storage nodes from the cluster.
This feature is only available when
useAllNodes has been set to
In addition to the cluster level settings specified above, each individual node can also specify configuration to override the cluster level settings and defaults. If a node does not specify any configuration then it will inherit the cluster level settings.
name: The name of the node, which should match its
config: Config settings applied to all VDEVs on the node unless overridden by
directories. See the config settings below.
- storage selection settings
- storage configuration settings
Storage Selection Settings
Below are the settings available, both at the cluster and individual node level, for selecting which storage resources will be included in the cluster.
false, indicating whether all devices found on nodes in the cluster should be automatically consumed by Targets. This is recommended for controlled environments where you will not risk formatting of devices with existing data. When
true, all devices will be used except those with partitions created or a local filesystem. This can be overridden by
deviceFilter. warning Don’t set this option to
truefor RTKVS disk backend.
deviceFilter: A regular expression that allows selection of devices to be consumed by target. If individual devices have been specified for a node then this filter will be ignored. This field uses golang regular expression syntax. For example:
sdb: Only selects the
sdbdevice if found
^sd.: Selects all devices starting with
^sd[a-d]: Selects devices starting with
^s: Selects all devices that start with
^[^r]: Selects all devices that do not start with
devices: A list of individual device names belonging to this node to include in the storage cluster. Mixing of
directorieson the same node isn’t supported.
name: The name of the device (e.g.,
fullpath: The full path to the device (e.g.,
/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-35000c5008335c83f). If specified then
namecan be omitted.
config: Device-specific config settings. See the config settings below.
directories: A list of directory paths on the nodes that will be included in the storage cluster. Note that using two directories on the same physical device can cause a negative performance impact. Since EdgeFS is leveraging StatefulSet, directories can only be defined at cluster level. Mixing of
directorieson the same node isn’t supported unless
rtkvsdisk engine is used. ** note **: For the
rtkvsdisk engine, at least one directory needs to be provided in order to store some small amount of metadata. For performance reasons, it would be better to have one directory per disk.
path: The path on disk of the directory (e.g.,
config: Directory-specific config settings. See the config settings below.
Storage Configuration Settings
The following storage selection settings are specific to EdgeFS and do not apply to other backends. All variables are key-value pairs represented as strings. While EdgeFS supports multiple backends, it is not recommended to mix them within same cluster. In case of
devices (physical or emulated raw disks), EdgeFS will automatically use
rtrd backend unless
useRtkvsBackend is specified. In the latter case, the
rtkvs engine will be chosen. In all other cases
rtlfs (local filesystem) will be used.
IMPORTANT: Keys needs to be case-sensitive and values has to be provided as strings.
useRtkvsBackend: forces the cluster use the
rtkvsdisk engine and setting’s value selects a key-value backend to be used. At the moment there is only backend named the
kvssdfor Samsung’s KV SSD. The usage of
rtkvsengine implies definition of one or several
device.fullpathsettings which have to point to backend’s disk entries (see cluster_kvsdd.yaml).
walMode: allows to enable/disable the Write-Ahead log (WAL). For
rtkvsthere are two options:
onto enable or
offto disable. It’s better to keep it
useRtkvsBackendare used. For
rtkvs, there is an extra option:
metadatawhich implies usage of WAL for data types which aren’t stored on
rtkvsbackend (a KVSSD).
useMetadataOffload: Dynamically detect appropriate SSD/NVMe device to use for the metadata on each node. Performance can be improved by using a low latency device as the metadata device, while other spinning platter (HDD) devices on a node are used to store data. Typical and recommended proportion is in range of 1:1 - 1:6. Default is false. Applicable only to
useMetadataMask: Defines what parts of metadata needs to be stored on offloaded devices. Default is 0xff, offload all metadata. To save SSD/NVMe capacity, set it to 0x7d to offload all except second level manifests. Applicable only to
useMetadataOffloadis true, enable use of BCache. Default is false. Applicable only to
rtrdand when host has “bcache” kernel module preloaded.
useBCacheis true, this option can enable use of BCache write-back cache. By default BCache only used as read cache in front of HDD. Applicable only to
useAllSSD: When set to true, only SSD/NVMe non rotational devices will be used. Default is false and if
useMetadataOffloadnot defined then only rotational devices (HDDs) will be picked up during node provisioning phase. Is not applicabel to
rtPLevelOverride: In case of large devices or directories, it will be automatically partitioned into smaller parts around 500GB each. In case of embedded use cases, lowering the value would allow to operate with smaller memory footprint devices at the cost of performance. This option allows partitioning number override. Default is automatic. Typical and recommended range is 1 - 32. For
rtkvsrecomended plevel is 16.
hddReadAhead: For all HDD or hybrid (SSD/HDD) use cases, adjusting hddReadAhead may provide significant boost in performance. Set to a value higher then 0, in KBs. Not applicable to
mdReserved: For hybrid (SSD/HDD) use case, adjusting mdReserved can be necessary when combined with BCache read/write caches. Allowed range 10-99% of automatically calcuated slice. Not applicable to
rtVerifyChid: Verify transferred or read payload. Payload can be data or metadata chunk of flexible size between 4K and 8MB. EdgeFS uses SHA-3 variant to cryptographically sign each chunk and uses it for self validation, self healing and FlexHash addressing. In case of low CPU systems verification after networking transfer prior to write can be disabled by setting this parameter to 0. In case of high CPU systems, verification after read but before networking transfer can be enabled by setting this parameter to 2. Default is 1, i.e. verify after networking transfer only. Setting it to 0 may improve CPU utilization at the cost of reduced availability. However, for objects with 3 or more replicas, availability isn’t going to be visibly affected.
lmdbPageSize: Defines default LMDB page size in bytes. Default is 16384. For capacity (all HDD) or hybrid (HDD/SSD) systems consider to increase this value to 32768 to achieve higher throughput performance. For all SSD and small database workloads, consider to decrease this to 8192 to achieve lower latency and higher IOPS. Please be advised that smaller values MAY cause fragmentation. Acceptable values are 4096, 8192, 16384 and 32768. Not applicable to
lmdbMdPageSize: Defines SSD metadata offload LMDB page size in bytes. Default is 8192. For large amount of small objects or files, consider to decrease this to 4096 to achieve better SSD capacity utilization. Acceptable values are 4096, 8192, 16384 and 32768. Not applicable to
sync: Defines default behavior of write operations at device or directory level. Acceptable values are 0, 1 (default), 2, 3.
0: No syncing will happen. Highest performance possible and good for HPC scratch types of deployments. This option will still sustain crash of pods or software bugs. It will not sustain server power loss an may cause node / device level inconsistency.
1: Default method. Will guarantee node / device consistency in case of power loss with reduced durability.
2: Provides better durability in case of power loss at the cost of extra metadata syncing.
3: Most durable and reliable option at the cost of significant performance impact.
rtlfs, defines maximum allowed size to use per directory in gigabytes. For
rtkvsthis is the maximum space the disk’s metadata table can occupy.
zone: Enables the node’s failure domain number. Default value is 0 (no zoning). Zoning number is a logical failure domain tagging mechanism and if enabled then it has to be set for all the nodes in the cluster. See also, the
noIP4Frag: When set to
trueit prevents sending fragmented UDP traffic. IMPORTANT: maximum data chunk size will be redused significantly.
sysMaxChunkSize: Set maximum allowed data chunk size expressed in bytes. Must be a power of two value. Default is 1M.
payloadS3URL: When set, it activates payload data chunk forwarding to an external S3 server. The value is an URL of the S3 bucket the payload chunks will be put to. Example: http://s3.aws-region.amazonaws.com/bucket. Only applicable for RTRD (raw disk) engine. Disabled by default.
payloadS3Region: S3 server region. Default is
us-east-1. Only applicable when the
payloadS3MinKb: a minimal payload chunk size to trigger the forwarding to the S3 bucket. Data chunks smaller than this value will be stored locally. Only applicable when the
payloadS3CapacityGB: capacity of the external S3 bucket expressed in GB. This is an artificial value used to report accurate usage summary and to limit storage size. Only applicable when the
payloadS3Secret: name of a Kubernetes secret to be used as an external S3 bucket credential. The secret needs to be pre-creted before deployment of the EdgeFS cluster and resides in the same namespace as the cluster. Secret’s key neeed to be set to
credand value format is as follow:
<aws_key>,<aws_secret>. See an example in the s3PayloadSecret.yaml
Placement Configuration Settings
Placement configuration for the cluster services. It includes the following keys:
all. Each service will have its placement configuration generated by merging the generic configuration under
all with the most specific one (which will override any attributes).
A Placement configuration is specified (according to the Kubernetes PodSpec) as:
nodeAffinity: Kubernetes NodeAffinity
podAffinity: Kubernetes PodAffinity
podAntiAffinity: Kubernetes PodAntiAffinity
tolerations: list of Kubernetes Toleration
mgr pod does not allow
Pod affinity or anti-affinity. This is because of the mgrs having built-in anti-affinity with each other through the operator. The operator chooses which nodes are to run a mgr on. Each mgr is then tied to a node with a node selector using a hostname.
Network Configuration Settings
Configure the network that will be enabled for the cluster and services. This is optional and if not defined then the cluster default network’s
eth0 will be used to construct cluster bucket network.
provider: Specifies the network provider that will be used to connect the network interface. You can choose between
selectors: List the network selector that will be used associated by a key. The available keys are
server: Specifies data daemon host’s networking interface name or multus’s network attachment selection annotation.
broker: Specifies broker daemon host’s networking interface name or multus’s network attachment selection annotation.
multus network provider, an already working cluster with multus networking is required. Network attachment definition that later will be attached to the cluster needs to be created before the Cluster CRD.
You can add the multus network attachment selection annotation selecting the created network attachment definition on
selectors. Make sure to define the interface name that will be assigned by multus and choose only one syntax either the short or JSON form to define all the available keys.
Cluster-wide Resources Configuration Settings
Resources should be specified so that the rook components are handled after Kubernetes Pod Quality of Service classes. This allows to keep rook components running when for example a node runs out of memory and the rook components are not killed depending on their Quality of Service class.
You can set resource requests/limits for rook components through the Resource Requirements/Limits structure in the following keys:
mgr: Set resource requests/limits for Mgrs.
target: Set resource requests/limits for Targets.
For more information on resource requests/limits see the official Kubernetes documentation: Kubernetes - Managing Compute Resources for Containers.
requests: Requests for cpu or memory.
cpu: Request for CPU (example: one CPU core
1, 50% of one CPU core
memory: Limit for Memory (example: one gigabyte of memory
1Gi, half a gigabyte of memory
limits: Limits for cpu or memory.
cpu: Limit for CPU (example: one CPU core
1, 50% of one CPU core
memory: Limit for Memory (example: one gigabyte of memory
1Gi, half a gigabyte of memory
Kubernetes node labeling and selection
By default each Kubernetes node, available to deploy EdgeFS over it, will be treated as “target” EdgeFS instance. But cluster administrator able to label node as “gateway” node, such node will have no devices prepared for EdgeFS and will be used as EdgeFS dedicated service node.
To mark a node as a “gateway”, the administrator can add a specific label to a node.
edgefs-namespace is current namespace for EdgeFS cluster deployment, by default is
kubectl label node "k8s node name" rook-edgefs-nodetype=gateway
Here are several samples for configuring EdgeFS clusters. Each of the samples must also include the namespace and corresponding access granted for management by the EdgeFS operator. See the common cluster resources below.
Storage configuration: All devices, All SSD/NVMes.
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/rook serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster # cluster level storage configuration and selection storage: useAllNodes: true useAllDevices: true deviceFilter: location: config: useAllSSD: true
Storage Configuration: Specific devices
Individual nodes and their config can be specified so that only the named nodes below will be used as storage resources. Each node’s ‘name’ field should match their ‘kubernetes.io/hostname’ label.
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/rook serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster # cluster level storage configuration and selection storage: useAllNodes: false useAllDevices: false deviceFilter: location: config: rtVerifyChid: "0" nodes: - name: "172.17.4.201" devices: # specific devices to use for storage can be specified for each node - name: "sdb" - name: "sdc" config: # configuration can be specified at the node level which overrides the cluster level config rtPLevelOverride: 8 - name: "172.17.4.301" deviceFilter: "^sd."
Storage Configuration: Samsung’s KV SSD
A single nodes configuration with 2 KV SSDs. The host’s /media directory should have at least 64GB of free space for metadata.
spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:1.2.0 serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/edgefs sysRepCount: 2 failureDomain: "device" storage: useAllNodes: false directories: - path: /media useAllDevices: false config: useRtkvsBackend: kvssd rtPLevelOverride: "16" maxSizeGB: "32" sync: "0" walMode: "off" nodes: - name: "node1" devices: - fullpath: "/dev/disk/by-id/nvme-SAMSUNG_MZQLB3T8HALS-000AZ_S3VJNY0J600450" - fullpath: "/dev/disk/by-id/nvme-SAMSUNG_MZQLB3T8HALS-000AZ_S3VJNY0K303383"
Storage Configuration: payload forwarding to S3
A 4-nodes configuration with S3 payload forwarding enabled. Follow the next steps:
- Create an EdgeFS namespace, default name is “rook-edgefs”:
kubectl create ns rook-edgefs
- Create a S3 payload secrets in the EdgeFS namespace:
apiVersion: v1 kind: Secret metadata: name: node185-s3payload-secret namespace: rook-edgefs type: Opaque data: cred: bm9kZTEsbm9kZTEK # aws key/secret made by a command "echo node1,node1 | base64" --- apiVersion: v1 kind: Secret metadata: name: node186-s3payload-secret namespace: rook-edgefs type: Opaque data: cred: bm9kZTIsbm9kZTIK --- apiVersion: v1 kind: Secret metadata: name: cluster-s3payload-secret namespace: rook-edgefs type: Opaque data: cred: Y2x1c3RlcixjbHVzdGVyCg==
- Create EdgeFS cluster:
spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:1.2.0 serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/edgefs storage: useAllNodes: false useAllDevices: false config: useAllSSD: "true" # allSSD is a preferable configuration useMetadataOffload: "false" # useMetadataOffload is not allowed payloadS3URL: "http://http://s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/bucket # Default S3 bucket for all nodes payloadS3Region: "us-west-1" payloadS3MinKb: "128" # Payloads larger than 128K will got to S3 bucket payloadS3CapacityGB: "1024" # S3 bucket capacity is 1TB payloadS3Secret: "cluster-s3payload-secret" # Secter for default S3 bucket nodes: - name: node183 # node level storage configuration devices: - name: "sdb" - name: "sdc" - name: node184 # node level storage configuration devices: # specific devices to use for storage can be specified for each node - name: "sdb" - name: "sdc" - name: node185 # node level storage configuration devices: # specific devices to use for storage can be specified for each node - name: "sdb" - name: "sdc" config: # configuration can be specified at the node level which overrides the cluster level config payloadS3URL: "http://s3.asia.amazonaws.com/bucket185" payloadS3Region: "asia" payloadS3Capacity: "1099511627776" payloadS3Secret: "node185-s3payload-secret" - name: node186 # node level storage configuration devices: # specific devices to use for storage can be specified for each node - name: "sdb" - name: "sdc" config: # configuration can be specified at the node level which overrides the cluster level config payloadS3URL: "http://s3.asia.amazonaws.com/bucket186" payloadS3Region: "asia" payloadS3Capacity: "1099511627776" payloadS3Secret: "node186-s3payload-secret"
To control where various services will be scheduled by Kubernetes, use the placement configuration sections below. The example under ‘all’ would have all services scheduled on Kubernetes nodes labeled with ‘role=storage’ and tolerate taints with a key of ‘storage-node’.
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/rook serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster placement: all: nodeAffinity: requiredDuringSchedulingIgnoredDuringExecution: nodeSelectorTerms: - matchExpressions: - key: role operator: In values: - storage-node tolerations: - key: storage-node operator: Exists mgr: nodeAffinity: tolerations: target: nodeAffinity: tolerations:
To control how many resources the rook components can request/use, you can set requests and limits in Kubernetes for them.
You can override these requests/limits for Targts per node when using
useAllNodes: false in the
node item in the
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/rook serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster # cluster level resource requests/limits configuration resources: storage: useAllNodes: false nodes: - name: "172.17.4.201" resources: limits: cpu: "2" memory: "4096Mi" requests: cpu: "2" memory: "4096Mi"
Network Configuration: Multus network
An example on how to configure the cluster network to use multus network. Here, a NetworkAttachmentDefinition named flannel on rook-edgefs namespace is assumed.
apiVersion: edgefs.rook.io/v1 kind: Cluster metadata: name: rook-edgefs namespace: rook-edgefs spec: edgefsImageName: edgefs/edgefs:latest dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/rook serviceAccount: rook-edgefs-cluster network: provider: multus selectors: server: flannel@net1 broker: flannel@net2
Common Cluster Resources
Each EdgeFS cluster must be created in a namespace and also give access to the Rook operator to manage the cluster in the namespace. Creating the namespace and these controls must be added to each of the examples previously shown.
apiVersion: v1 kind: Namespace metadata: name: rook-edgefs --- apiVersion: v1 kind: ServiceAccount metadata: name: rook-edgefs-cluster namespace: rook-edgefs --- kind: Role apiVersion: rbac.authorization.k8s.io/v1beta1 metadata: name: rook-edgefs-cluster namespace: rook-edgefs rules: - apiGroups: [""] resources: ["configmaps"] verbs: [ "get", "list", "watch", "create", "update", "delete" ] - apiGroups: [""] resources: ["pods"] verbs: [ "get", "list" ] --- # Allow the operator to create resources in this cluster's namespace kind: RoleBinding apiVersion: rbac.authorization.k8s.io/v1beta1 metadata: name: rook-edgefs-cluster-mgmt namespace: rook-edgefs roleRef: apiGroup: rbac.authorization.k8s.io kind: ClusterRole name: rook-edgefs-cluster-mgmt subjects: - kind: ServiceAccount name: rook-edgefs-system namespace: rook-edgefs-system --- # Allow the pods in this namespace to work with configmaps kind: RoleBinding apiVersion: rbac.authorization.k8s.io/v1beta1 metadata: name: rook-edgefs-cluster namespace: rook-edgefs roleRef: apiGroup: rbac.authorization.k8s.io kind: Role name: rook-edgefs-cluster subjects: - kind: ServiceAccount name: rook-edgefs-cluster namespace: rook-edgefs --- apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: PodSecurityPolicy metadata: name: privileged spec: fsGroup: rule: RunAsAny privileged: true runAsUser: rule: RunAsAny seLinux: rule: RunAsAny supplementalGroups: rule: RunAsAny volumes: - '*' allowedCapabilities: - '*' hostPID: true hostIPC: true hostNetwork: false --- apiVersion: rbac.authorization.k8s.io/v1 kind: ClusterRole metadata: name: privileged-psp-user rules: - apiGroups: - apps resources: - podsecuritypolicies resourceNames: - privileged verbs: - use --- apiVersion: rbac.authorization.k8s.io/v1 kind: ClusterRoleBinding metadata: name: rook-edgefs-system-psp namespace: rook-edgefs roleRef: apiGroup: rbac.authorization.k8s.io kind: ClusterRole name: privileged-psp-user subjects: - kind: ServiceAccount name: rook-edgefs-system namespace: rook-edgefs-system