[Deepsea-users] Which SuSE version is best for deapsea "exploring"

Rainer Krienke krienke at uni-koblenz.de
Wed Nov 14 02:31:18 MST 2018

Hello Joshua,

thanks for your information. So I'll wait a while and then try to find a
new deapsea version for luminous/42.3, and downgrade the salt-version to
2016.11 and then try again.

Have a nice day

Am 12.11.18 um 13:22 schrieb Joshua Schmid:
> Hi Rainer,
> Rainer Krienke <krienke at uni-koblenz.de> wrote on Fri, 09. Nov 09:08:
>> Hello,
>> In the article they used openSuSE42.3 for testing and so did I., I set
>> up four citrix VMs running 42.3 and added the deapsea repos:
>> https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/filesystems:/ceph:/luminous/openSUSE_Leap_42.3
>> The salt-master has version: salt-master-2018.3.0-20.1.x86_64
> Deepsea releases are tied to certain version of salt, opensuse and
> ceph. This is our 'stable' combination of versions.
> DeepSea versions 0.8.x -> Ceph Luminous -> openSUSE 42.3 -> salt
> 2016.11.x
> We are currently working on a DeepSea v 0.9.x on Ceph Nautilus but
> that can't be considered as stable yet. 
> I just noticed that https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/filesystems:ceph:luminous
> has a rather outdated version of deepsea. I'll push a new version to
> this repo soon.

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