.Mounting the NFS Ganesha file server in a containerized IPv6 cluster no longer fails
When a containerized IPv6 Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster with an `nfs-ganesha-rgw` daemon was deployed by using the `ceph-ansible` utility, an attempt to mount the NFS Ganesha file server on a client failed with the `Connection Refused` error. Consequently, I/O requests were unable to run. This update fixes the default configuration IPv6 connections, and mounting the NFS Ganesha server works as expected in this case.
How can we know if it's a Ganesha issue or an issue on our side? Does Ganesha support IPV6? Does this work on non-container env?
Yes Ganesha is supported with ipv6.It was tested on RHEL(ipv6) in non-container env and it worked fine.But it was tested manually during 3.0 i.e without deploying through ceph-ansible.And also this is the first time nfs-ganesha-rgw is is being tested on ipv6 container env.
Additional info: In ipv4 containerized cluster deployed through ceph-ansible i was able to mount nfs-ganesha.
After discussed with Daniel Gryniewicz, it looks like it's a ganesha bug.
Changing component to nfs-ganesha
9a2dd014d "Fix default config IPv6 connections" is in nfs-ganesha V22.214.171.124, so we'll fix this as part of the rebase in bz 1593000
Looks good to me.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
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