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       ceph-immutable-object-cache - Ceph daemon for immutable object cache




       ceph-immutable-object-cache  is  a  daemon  for  object  cache of RADOS objects among Ceph
       clusters. It will promote the objects to a  local  directory  upon  promote  requests  and
       future reads will be serviced from these cached objects.

       It  connects  to local clusters via the RADOS protocol, relying on default search paths to
       find ceph.conf files, monitor addresses and  authentication  information  for  them,  i.e.
       /etc/ceph/$cluster.conf, /etc/ceph/$cluster.keyring, and /etc/ceph/$cluster.$name.keyring,
       where $cluster is the human-friendly name of the cluster, and $name is the rados  user  to
       connect as, e.g. client.ceph-immutable-object-cache.


       -c ceph.conf, --conf=ceph.conf
              Use  ceph.conf  configuration  file  instead  of the default /etc/ceph/ceph.conf to
              determine monitor addresses during startup.

       -m monaddress[:port]
              Connect to specified monitor (instead of looking through ceph.conf).

       -i ID, --id ID
              Set the ID portion of name for ceph-immutable-object-cache

       -n TYPE.ID, --name TYPE.ID
              Set the rados user name for the gateway (eg. client.ceph-immutable-object-cache)

       --cluster NAME
              Set the cluster name (default: ceph)

       -d     Run in foreground, log to stderr

       -f     Run in foreground, log to usual location


       ceph-immutable-object-cache  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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