Checking the cluster's status is the most common and the most frequent operation when managing a Ceph cluster. You can check the status of your cluster using the ceph command and status as the option:
# ceph status
Instead of the status subcommand, you can also use a shorter version, -s, as an option:
# ceph -s
The following screenshot shows the status of our cluster:
This command will dump a lot of useful information for your Ceph cluster:
- cluster: This command represents the Ceph unique cluster ID.
- health: This command shows the cluster health.
- monmap: This command represents the monitor map epoch version, ...