CephFS On Windows 10

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Hi All,

 I'm looking for some pointers/help as to why I can't get my Win10 PC to connect to our Ceph Cluster's CephFS Service. Details are as follows:

Ceph Cluster:

- IP Addresses:,,

- Each node above is a monitor & an MDS

- Firewall Ports: open (ie 3300, etc)

- CephFS System Name: my_cephfs

- Log files: nothing jumps out at me

Windows PC:

- Keyring file created and findable: ceph.client.me.keyring

- dokany installed

- ceph-for-windows installed

- Can ping all three ceph nodes

- Connection command: ceph-dokan -l v -o -id me --debug --client_fs my_cephfs -c C:\ProgramData\Ceph\ceph.conf

Ceph.conf contents:


  mon_host =,,
  log to stderr = true
  log to syslog = true
  run dir = C:/ProgramData/ceph
  crash dir = C:/logs/ceph
  debug client = 2
  keyring = C:/ProgramData/ceph/ceph.client.me.keyring
  log file = C:/logs/ceph/$name.$pid.log
  admin socket = C:/ProgramData/ceph/$name.$pid.asok

Windows Logfile contents (ieC:/logs/ceph/client.me.NNNN.log):


2024-02-28T18:26:45.201+1100 1  0 monclient(hunting): authenticate timed out after 300 2024-02-28T18:31:45.203+1100 1  0 monclient(hunting): authenticate timed out after 300 2024-02-28T18:36:45.205+1100 1  0 monclient(hunting): authenticate timed out after 300


Additional info from Windows CLI:


failed to fetch mon config (--no-mon-config to skip)


So I've gone through the doco and done some Google-foo and I can't work out *why* I'm getting a failure; why I'm getting the authentication failure. I know it'll be something simple, something staring me in the face, but I'm at the point where I can't see the forest for the trees - please help.

Any help greatly appreciated

Thanks in advance


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