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NAME

       ceph-post-file - post files for ceph developers

SYNOPSIS

       ceph-post-file [-d description] [-u *user] file or dir ...

DESCRIPTION

       ceph-post-file  will  upload  files  or directories to ceph.com for later analysis by Ceph
       developers.

       Each invocation uploads files or directories to a separate directory with  a  unique  tag.
       That   tag   can   be   passed   to   a  developer  or  referenced  in  a  bug  report  (‐
       http://tracker.ceph.com/).   Once  the  upload  completes,   the   directory   is   marked
       non-readable and non-writeable to prevent access or modification by other users.

WARNING

       Basic  measures are taken to make posted data be visible only to developers with access to
       ceph.com infrastructure.  However,  users  should  think  twice  and/or  take  appropriate
       precautions  before  posting  potentially  sensitive  data  (for  example,  logs  or  data
       directories that contain Ceph secrets).

OPTIONS

       -d *description*, --description *description*
              Add a short description for the upload.  This is a good opportunity to reference  a
              bug number.  There is no default value.

       -u *user*
              Set the user metadata for the upload.  This defaults to whoami`@`hostname -f.

EXAMPLES

       To upload a single log:

          ceph-post-file /var/log/ceph/ceph-mon.`hostname`.log

       To upload several directories:

          ceph-post-file -d 'mon data directories' /var/log/ceph/mon/*

AVAILABILITY

       ceph-post-file  is  part  of  Ceph, a massively scalable, open-source, distributed storage
       system.  Please  refer  to  the  Ceph  documentation  at  http://ceph.com/docs  for   more
       information.

SEE ALSO

       ceph(8), ceph-debugpack(8),

COPYRIGHT

       2010-2014, Inktank Storage, Inc. and contributors. Licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA