All storage for proxmox virtual machines should be migrated to the "hyper-converged" ceph cluster co-hosted on the proxmox nodes.
|Resolved||vsellier||T2501 Proxmox reliability improvements (Summer 2020)|
|Resolved||olasd||T2502 Migrate VM storage to ceph|
|Resolved||olasd||T2503 Set up hyperconverged ceph cluster|
|Resolved||olasd||T2508 Update Ceph pool to use the default CRUSH replication rule|
|Resolved||olasd||T2504 Add hypervisor3 ssds as Ceph OSDs|
|Resolved||olasd||T2505 Migrate hypervisor3 vms to (temporary) ceph pool|
|Resolved||olasd||T2507 Set up temporary (single-host) ceph pool|
|Resolved||olasd||T2506 Add new beaubourg SSDs as Ceph OSDs|
|Resolved||vsellier||T2627 Recycle ceph-osd1 as staging database host|
|Resolved||vsellier||T2628 Recycle ceph-osd2 as objstorage/storage backend for staging|
|Resolved||olasd||T1872 staging infra: New vlan|
|Resolved||ardumont||T1874 staging infra: Setup gateway vm|
All production VMs have been migrated to proxmox storage.
Staging VMs are still on local SSD storage on orsay. Considering orsay is connected to the rest of the virtualization infra with gigabit, moving the VM disks to ceph would be counterproductive. There's also a bunch of VMs that are too large to be VMs (the database and objstorage hosts).