The following settings are tunable for the Store component’s daemon service.
The following etcd keys are set by the store-daemon component, typically in its /bin/boot script.
|/deis/store/osds/$HOST||Ceph OSD ID for this OSD instance (generated by Ceph)|
The following etcd keys are used by the store-daemon component.
|/deis/store/adminKeyring||keyring for an admin user to access the Ceph cluster (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/fsid||Ceph filesystem ID (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/hosts/*||deis-monitor hosts (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/maxPGsPerOSDWarning||threshold for warning on number of placement groups per OSD (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/monKeyring||keyring for the monitor to access the Ceph cluster (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/monSetupComplete||set when the Ceph cluster setup is complete (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/monSetupLock||host of store-monitor that completed setup (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/minSize||minimum number of store-daemons necessary for the cluster to accept writes (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/pgNum||number of Ceph placement groups for the storage pools (set by store-monitor)|
|/deis/store/size||number of replicas for data stored in Ceph (set by store-monitor)|
You can use a custom Docker image for the store-daemon component instead of the image supplied with Deis:
$ deisctl config store-daemon set image=myaccount/myimage:latest
This will pull the image from the public Docker registry. You can also pull from a private registry:
$ deisctl config store-daemon set image=registry.mydomain.org:5000/myaccount/myimage:latest
Be sure that your custom image functions in the same way as the stock store-daemon image shipped with Deis. Specifically, ensure that it sets and reads appropriate etcd keys.