Re: Ceph 16.2.x excessive logging, how to reduce?

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Any input from anyone, please?

On Tue, 19 Sept 2023 at 09:01, Zakhar Kirpichenko <zakhar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi,
> Our Ceph 16.2.x cluster managed by cephadm is logging a lot of very
> detailed messages, Ceph logs alone on hosts with monitors and several OSDs
> has already eaten through 50% of the endurance of the flash system drives
> over a couple of years.
> Cluster logging settings are default, and it seems that all daemons are
> writing lots and lots of debug information to the logs, such as for
> example: (it's just a snippet, but there's
> lots and lots of various information).
> Is there a way to reduce the amount of logging and, for example, limit the
> logging to warnings or important messages so that it doesn't include every
> successful authentication attempt, compaction etc, etc, when the cluster is
> healthy and operating normally?
> I would very much appreciate your advice on this.
> Best regards,
> Zakhar
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