Build Ceph into container images with upstream support for the latest few Ceph releases on Centos ceph-container also supports builds for multiple distributions.
Find available container image tags
Alternatively, you can run the following command (install jq first):
$ curl -s https://registry.hub.docker.com/v2/repositories/ceph/daemon/tags/ | jq '."results" .name'
Be careful, by default the Docker API returns the first page with its 10 elements.
To improve your
curl you can pass the
Since everyone doesn't use Docker Hub API and Docker Hub WebUI doesn't paginate. It's hard to see all available stable images.
Starting August 22th 2018, Ubuntu images are no longer supported. Only OpenSuse and Centos images will be shipped.
Here is a list of available stable Ceph images
ceph/daemon:v3.0.5-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7 ceph/daemon:v3.0.5-stable-3.0-jewel-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.5-stable-3.0-kraken-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.5-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.5-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7-aarch64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.3-stable-3.0-jewel-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.3-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.3-stable-3.0-kraken-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.2-stable-3.0-kraken-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.2-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.2-stable-3.0-jewel-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.1-stable-3.0-kraken-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.1-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:v3.0.1-stable-3.0-jewel-centos-7-x86_64 ceph/daemon:tag-stable-3.0-luminous-centos-7 ceph/daemon:tag-stable-3.0-jewel-centos-7
ceph/daemon-base: Base container image containing Ceph core components.
ceph/daemon: All-in-one container containing all Ceph daemons.
See README files in subdirectories for instructions on using containers.
make is used for ceph-container builds. See
make help for all make options.
Specifying flavors for make
make tooling allows the environment variable
FLAVORS to be optionally set by the user to
define which flavors to operate on. Flavor specifications follow a strict format that declares what
Ceph version to build and what container image to use as the base for the build. See
make help for
a full description.
Building a single flavor
Once the flavor is selected, specify its name in the
FLAVORS environment variable and call the
make FLAVORS=luminous,centos,7 build
Building multiple flavors
Multiple flavors are specified by separating each flavor by a space and surrounding the entire specification in quotes and built the same as a single flavor:
make FLAVORS="luminous,centos,7 kraken,opensuse,42.3" build
Flavors can be built in parallel easily with the
make FLAVORS="<flavor> <other flavor> <...>" build.parallel
Building with a specific version of Ceph
Some distributions can select a specific version of Ceph to install. You just have to append the required version to the ceph release code name.
The required version will be saved in
CEPH_POINT_RELEASE variable (including the version separator).
The version separator is usually a dash ('-') or an equal sign ('=').
CEPH_POINT_RELEASE remains empty if no point release is given.
CEPH_VERSION variable still feature the ceph code name, luminous in this example.
make FLAVORS=luminous-12.2.2,centos,7 build