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       ceph-conf - ceph conf file tool


       ceph-conf -c conffile --list-all-sections
       ceph-conf -c conffile -L
       ceph-conf -c conffile -l prefix
       ceph-conf key -s section1 ...
       ceph-conf [-s section ] [-r] --lookup key
       ceph-conf [-s section ] key


       ceph-conf  is  a  utility for getting information about a ceph configuration file. As with
       most Ceph programs, you can specify which Ceph configuration file to use with the -c flag.


       ceph-conf performs one of the following actions:

       -L, --list-all-sections
              list all sections in the configuration file.

       -l, --list-sections *prefix*
              list the sections with the given prefix. For  example,  --list-sections  mon  would
              list all sections beginning with mon.

       --lookup *key*
              search  and  print  the  specified  configuration  setting.  Note:  --lookup is the
              default action. If no other actions are given on the command line, we will  default
              to doing a lookup.

       -h, --help
              print a summary of usage.


       -c *conffile*
              the Ceph configuration file.

       --filter-key *key*
              filter section list to only include sections with given key defined.

       --filter-key-value *key* ``=`` *value*
              filter section list to only include sections with given key/value pair.

       --name **
              the  Ceph  name  in  which the sections are searched (default 'client.admin').  For
              example, if we specify --name osd.0,  the  following  sections  will  be  searched:
              [osd.0], [osd], [global]

       -r, --resolve-search
              search  for  the  first  file  that  exists and can be opened in the resulted comma
              delimited search list.

       -s, --section
              additional sections to search.  These additional sections will be  searched  before
              the  sections  that would normally be searched. As always, the first matching entry
              we find will be returned.


       To find out what value osd 0 will use for the "osd data" option:

          ceph-conf -c foo.conf  --name osd.0 --lookup "osd data"

       To find out what value will mds a use for the "log file" option:

          ceph-conf -c foo.conf  --name mds.a "log file"

       To list all sections that begin with "osd":

          ceph-conf -c foo.conf -l osd

       To list all sections:

          ceph-conf -c foo.conf -L

       To print the path of the "keyring" used by "client.0":

          ceph-conf --name client.0 -r -l keyring


       /etc/ceph/$cluster.conf, ~/.ceph/$cluster.conf, $cluster.conf

       the Ceph configuration files to use if not specified.


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




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