These commands operate on the CephFS filesystems in your Ceph cluster. Note that by default only one filesystem is permitted: to enable creation of multiple filesystems use ceph fs flag set enable_multiple true.
fs new <filesystem name> <metadata pool name> <data pool name>
fs rm <filesystem name> [--yes-i-really-mean-it]
fs reset <filesystem name>
fs get <filesystem name>
fs set <filesystem name> <var> <val>
fs add_data_pool <filesystem name> <pool name/id>
fs rm_data_pool <filesystem name> <pool name/id>
These commands act on specific mds daemons or ranks.
mds fail <gid/name/role
This command deactivates an MDS causing it to flush its entire journal to backing RADOS objects and close all open client sessions. Deactivating an MDS is primarily intended for bringing down a rank after reducing the number of active MDS (max_mds).
mds deactivate <role>
tell mds.<daemon name>
mds metadata <gid/name/role>
mds repaired <role>
fs flag set <flag name> <flag val> [<confirmation string>]
“flag name” must be one of [‘enable_multiple’]
Some flags require you to confirm your intentions with “–yes-i-really-mean-it” or a similar string they will prompt you with. Consider these actions carefully before proceeding; they are placed on especially dangerous activities.
These commands are not required in normal operation, and exist for use in exceptional circumstances. Incorrect use of these commands may cause serious problems, such as an inaccessible filesystem.
mds compat rm_compat
mds compat rm_incompat
mds compat show
mds stat mds dump # replaced by "fs get" mds stop # replaced by "mds deactivate" mds set_max_mds # replaced by "fs set max_mds" mds set # replaced by "fs set" mds cluster_down # replaced by "fs set cluster_down" mds cluster_up # replaced by "fs set cluster_up" mds newfs # replaced by "fs new" mds add_data_pool # replaced by "fs add_data_pool" mds remove_data_pool #replaced by "fs remove_data_pool"