So… assuming everything went according to plan… you should now have RADOS running:
Adding radosgw to
/etc/services allows tools like
netstat to resolve that for you.
I’m showing the output of netstat with/without service-name resolution here:
Okay! COOL! So RADOS is running! Wahoo!!!
FIRST, we need to create an admin user for global administration.
IF you use the ceph-dashboard, there’s some enablement to perform there.
[The ceph documentation]https://docs.ceph.com/en/quincy/mgr/dashboard/#dashboard-enabling-object-gateway for the OSG Dashboard integration is pretty straight forward.
After you’ve created the dashboard admin user, g/a and set these credentials in the dashboard: