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With NFS-GANESHA, the NFS client talks to the NFS-GANESHA server instead, which is in the user address space already. NFS-GANESHA can access the FUSE filesystems directly through its FSAL without copying any data to or from the kernel, thus potentially improving response times. NFS-GANESHA can access the FUSE filesystems directly through its FSAL without copying any data to or from the kernel, thus potentially improving response times. Of course the network streams themselves (TCP/UDP) will still be handled by the Linux kernel when using NFS-GANESHA. Maybe > there is a way to workaround from ganesha level. > > However I can mount the nfs and list the root of the filesystem. But I > cannot list buckets or make any other operation for that manner. Is this > a known problem? > > I talked with Ceph radosgw PPL ale I know that this is probably aws > signature version 4 bug.
 

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FSAL: reach into op_ctx->ctx_export to get fs_root for fs_locations Currently, the FSAL populates a field in the fs_locations structure, but that seems cumbersome and somewhat of a layering violation. The op_ctx should have a record of the export, so we can just reach into there and grab the pseudoroot. nfs-ganesha supports the pNFS/V4.1 protocol FSAL architecture enables easy plugin into core protocol support for any filesystem Support for pNFS protocol ops added to FSAL_GLUSTER nfs-ganesha and GlusterFS integration means pNFS/V4.1 suppport for GlusterFS Volumes Issue. Configuring NFS-Ganesha for Rados Gateway in Red Hat Ceph Storage 2.x, fails to export the RGW buckets. The Rados Gateway logs show the following messages:
 

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Issue. Configuring NFS-Ganesha for Rados Gateway in Red Hat Ceph Storage 2.x, fails to export the RGW buckets. The Rados Gateway logs show the following messages: With the VFS FSAL (ext4) and the kernel nfs server (i.e. instead of nfs-ganesha), an active instance has a more or less current timestamp as long as the instance is active and writing to itself. The 'hung' timestamp just occurs on XFS mounts. Whats even weirder is when you start the instance the Access time and Change do begin to change. NFS-GANESHA can access the FUSE filesystems directly through its FSAL without copying any data to or from the kernel, thus potentially improving response times. Of course the network streams themselves (TCP/UDP) will still be handled by the Linux kernel when using NFS-GANESHA.

Change in ffilz/nfs-ganesha[next]: FSAL_GLUSTER: copy garry from tmp2_fd when resuing open state fd NFS-Ganesha is an extensible user-space NFS server that supports NFS v3, v4, v4.1, v4.2, pNFS, and 9P protocol. It has an easily pluggable architecture called FSAL (File System Abstraction Layer), which enables seamless integration with many filesystem backends (GlusterFS, Ceph, etc.). With the VFS FSAL (ext4) and the kernel nfs server (i.e. instead of nfs-ganesha), an active instance has a more or less current timestamp as long as the instance is active and writing to itself. The 'hung' timestamp just occurs on XFS mounts. Whats even weirder is when you start the instance the Access time and Change do begin to change.

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Bug 1402428 - [NFS-Ganesha]showmount is not listing exported volume if protocols version is set to 4 in volume export file. Summary: [NFS-Ganesha]showmount is not listing exported volume if protocols version is... NFS-Ganesha with libcephfs on Ubuntu 14.04 This week I’m testing a lot with CephFS and one of the things I never tried was re-exporting CephFS using NFS-Ganesha and libcephfs. NFS-Ganesha is a NFS server which runs in userspace.