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       ceph-detect-init - display the init system Ceph should use


       ceph-detect-init [--verbose] [--use-rhceph] [--default init]


       ceph-detect-init  is  a  utility  that  prints the init system Ceph uses. It can be one of
       sysvinit, upstart or systemd.  The init system Ceph uses  may  not  be  the  default  init
       system  of the host operating system. For instance on Debian Jessie, Ceph may use sysvinit
       although systemd is the default.

       If the init system of the host operating  system  is  unknown,  return  on  error,  unless
       --default is specified.


              When  an  operating system identifies itself as Red Hat, it is treated as if it was
              CentOS. With --use-rhceph it is treated as RHEL instead.

       --default INIT
              If the init system of the host operating system is unknown,  return  the  value  of
              INIT instead of failing with an error.

              Display additional information for debugging.


       ceph-detect-init  is  used  by ceph-disk to figure out the init system to manage the mount
       directory of an OSD. But only following combinations are fully tested:

       · systemd on Ubuntu 15.04 and up

       · systemd on Debian 8 and up

       · systemd on RHEL/CentOS 7 and up

       · systemd on Fedora 22 and up


       ceph-detect-init is part of Ceph, a massively scalable, open-source,  distributed  storage
       system.   Please  refer  to  the  Ceph  documentation  at  for  more


       ceph-disk(8), ceph-deploy(8)


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