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Ceph Cookbook - Second Edition by Karan Singh, Michael Hackett, Vikhyat Umrao

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How to do it…

As demonstrated in the earlier chapters, we will boot up a virtual machine using Vagrant and configure that as our RGW node:

  1. Launch rgw-node1 using vagrantfile, as we have done for Ceph nodes in Chapter 1, Ceph – Introduction and Beyond. Make sure you are on the host machine and under the Ceph-Cookbook-Second-Edition repository before bringing up rgw-node1 using Vagrant:
        # cd Ceph-Cookbook-Second-Edition        # vagrant up rgw-node1
  1. Once rgw-node1 is up, check the Vagrant status, and log into the node:
        $ vagrant status rgw-node1
        $ vagrant ssh rgw-node1
  1. Upgrade to the latest CentOS 7.4, you can use the following command:

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