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Applies to SUSE Enterprise Storage 7

Part IV Accessing Cluster Data Edit source

21 Ceph Object Gateway

This chapter introduces details about administration tasks related to Object Gateway, such as checking status of the service, managing accounts, multisite gateways, or LDAP authentication.

22 Ceph iSCSI gateway

The chapter focuses on administration tasks related to the iSCSI Gateway. For a procedure of deployment refer to Section 5.4.3.5, “Deploying iSCSI Gateways”.

23 Clustered file system

This chapter describes administration tasks that are normally performed after the cluster is set up and CephFS exported. If you need more information on setting up CephFS, refer to Section 5.4.3.3, “Deploying Metadata Servers”.

24 Export Ceph data via Samba

This chapter describes how to export data stored in a Ceph cluster via a Samba/CIFS share so that you can easily access them from Windows* client machines. It also includes information that will help you configure a Ceph Samba gateway to join Active Directory in the Windows* domain to authenticate a…

25 NFS Ganesha

NFS Ganesha is an NFS server that runs in a user address space instead of as part of the operating system kernel. With NFS Ganesha, you can plug in your own storage mechanism—such as Ceph—and access it from any NFS client. For installation instructions, see Section 5.4.3.6, “Deploying NFS Ganesha”.

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