if your failure domain is "host" and you have enough redundancy (e.g.
replicated size 3 or proper erasure-code profiles and rulesets) you
should be able to reboot without any issue. Depending on how long the
reboot would take, you could set the noout flag, the default are 10
minutes until OSDs are marked "out".
Zitat von Jeffrey Turmelle <jefft@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
I have a Nautilus cluster with 7 nodes, 210 HDDs. I recently added
the 7th node with 30 OSDs which are currently rebalancing very
slowly. I just noticed that the ethernet interface only negotiated
a 1Gb connection, even though it has a 10Gb interface. I’m not sure
why, but would like to reboot the node to get the interface back to
Is it ok to do this? What should I do to prep the cluster for the reboot?
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