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[Xen-API] Best-Practice XEN and Ceph

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  • From: Martin Herrholz <Martin.Herrholz@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 20:53:39 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: Best-Practice XEN and Ceph

Hi there,


Can anyone give me a hint on what would be best practice to integrate xen/xcp and ceph? (Especially considering high-available solutions.)

I had a go at installing the old experimental tech-preview from David Scott but that’s nothing someone should use in production.




I seen Florian Heigls “Xen Ceph Support” Script at github, but didn’t have a go at it yet, doesn’t seem production ready, too.


Is the only (stable) way at the moment to use tgt/ceph so Xen connects via iscsi?


Best Regards

Martin Herrholz



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