Ceph Blog

  • v0.38 released

    by sage

    It”s a week delayed, but v0.38 is ready. The highlights:osd: some peering refactoringosd: “replay”…

  • Atomicity of RESTful radosgw operations

    by yehudasa

    A while back we worked on radosgw doing atomic reads and writes.The first issue was making sure…

  • Cephalopods

    by sage

    The name Ceph comes from cephalopod, a class of mollusks that includes the octopus and squid. The…

  • v0.37 released

    by sage

    v0.37 is ready. Notable changes this time around:radosgw: backend on-disk format changesradosgw:…

  • RBD Status Update

    by yehudasa

    Just a quick update on the current status of RBD.The main recent development is that librbd the…

  • v0.36 released

    by sage

    It’s been three weeks and v0.36 is ready. The most visible change this time around is that the…

  • v0.35 released

    by sage

    WARNING: There is a disk format change in this release that requires a bit of extra care to upgrade…

  • Roadmap update

    by sage

    We spent some time this week working on our technical roadmap for the next few months. It’s all…

  • v0.34 released

    by sage

    Another 2 weeks, another release. Notable changes in v0.34:radosgw: atomic GET and PUT and some…

  • v0.33 released

    by sage

    v0.33 is out. Notable changes this time around:osd: internal heartbeat mechanism to detect internal…

  • v0.32 released

    by sage

    We’ve released v0.32. Notable in this release:common: perfcounter instrumentation now accessible…

  • v0.31 released

    by sage

    We’ve released v0.31. Notable changes include:librados, libceph: can now access multiple clusters…