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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