Provided by: open-infrastructure-ceph-tools_20190301-lts1-2_all
ceph-log - store Ceph cluster log as a logfile
When operating a Ceph storage cluster, the command ceph -w let’s the system administrator watch everything that is happening in a ceph cluster, such as the health state of the cluster, any cluster changes and any commands and mounts from clients that are happening. Unfortunately the ceph -w command is a tool that a system administrator uses for real time information, means there is no history or looking backward what happened at a given time. The ceph-log program stores the output of ceph -w into a logfile and rotate its. This allows the system administrator to go back and check what exactly happened in detail within a Ceph storage cluster at any given time.
The ceph-log program has no options.
The following files are used: /etc/open-infrastructure/ceph-tools.conf Configuration file. /var/log/open-infrastructure/ceph-watch.log Ceph cluster logfile.
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storage-tools was written by Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>.