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Applies to SUSE Enterprise Storage 6

About This Guide Edit source

SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 is an extension to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1. It combines the capabilities of the Ceph (http://ceph.com/) storage project with the enterprise engineering and support of SUSE. SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 provides IT organizations with the ability to deploy a distributed storage architecture that can support a number of use cases using commodity hardware platforms.

This guide helps you understand the concept of the SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 with the main focus on managing and administrating the Ceph infrastructure. It also demonstrates how to use Ceph with other related solutions, such as OpenStack or KVM.

Many chapters in this manual contain links to additional documentation resources. These include additional documentation that is available on the system as well as documentation available on the Internet.

For an overview of the documentation available for your product and the latest documentation updates, refer to https://documentation.suse.com.

1 Available Documentation Edit source

The following manuals are available for this product:

Administration Guide

The guide describes various administration tasks that are typically performed after the installation. The guide also introduces steps to integrate Ceph with virtualization solutions such as libvirt, Xen, or KVM, and ways to access objects stored in the cluster via iSCSI and RADOS gateways.

Deployment Guide

Guides you through the installation steps of the Ceph cluster and all services related to Ceph. The guide also illustrates a basic Ceph cluster structure and provides you with related terminology.

HTML versions of the product manuals can be found in the installed system under /usr/share/doc/manual. Find the latest documentation updates at https://documentation.suse.com where you can download the manuals for your product in multiple formats.

2 Feedback Edit source

Several feedback channels are available:

Bugs and Enhancement Requests

For services and support options available for your product, refer to http://www.suse.com/support/.

To report bugs for a product component, log in to the Novell Customer Center from http://www.suse.com/support/ and select My Support › Service Request.

User Comments

We want to hear your comments and suggestions for this manual and the other documentation included with this product. If you have questions, suggestions, or corrections, contact doc-team@suse.com, or you can also click the Report Documentation Bug link beside each chapter or section heading.

Mail

For feedback on the documentation of this product, you can also send a mail to doc-team@suse.de. Make sure to include the document title, the product version, and the publication date of the documentation. To report errors or suggest enhancements, provide a concise description of the problem and refer to the respective section number and page (or URL).

3 Documentation Conventions Edit source

The following typographical conventions are used in this manual:

  • /etc/passwd: directory names and file names

  • placeholder: replace placeholder with the actual value

  • PATH: the environment variable PATH

  • ls, --help: commands, options, and parameters

  • user: users or groups

  • Alt, AltF1: a key to press or a key combination; keys are shown in uppercase as on a keyboard

  • File, File › Save As: menu items, buttons

  • Dancing Penguins (Chapter Penguins, ↑Another Manual): This is a reference to a chapter in another manual.

4 About the Making of This Manual Edit source

This book is written in GeekoDoc, a subset of DocBook (see http://www.docbook.org). The XML source files were validated by xmllint, processed by xsltproc, and converted into XSL-FO using a customized version of Norman Walsh's stylesheets. The final PDF can be formatted through FOP from Apache or through XEP from RenderX. The authoring and publishing tools used to produce this manual are available in the package daps. The DocBook Authoring and Publishing Suite (DAPS) is developed as open source software. For more information, see http://daps.sf.net/.

5 Ceph Contributors Edit source

The Ceph project and its documentation is a result of the work of hundreds of contributors and organizations. See https://ceph.com/contributors/ for more details.

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