[Gluster-users] just discovered that OpenShift/OKD dropped GlusterFS storage support...

Aravinda VK aravinda at kadalu.io
Thu Mar 19 03:27:29 UTC 2020

Hi Arman,

Not sure about Openshift dropping the support for GlusterFS. But a few GlusterFS maintainers started a new project “Kadalu” to provide persistent storage solutions based on GlusterFS for applications running in Kubernetes/Openshift/Rancher(or any other variant of K8s).

More details about the project is available here https://kadalu.io <https://kadalu.io/>

A few highlights of Kadalu,

- Based on GlusterFS
- Not using management layer of GlusterFS(ie.., Glusterd), instead integrated natively with Kubernetes APIs to manage GlusterFS
- RWO and RWX PVs are supported
- Easy to setup and use

Blog: https://kadalu.io/blog <https://kadalu.io/blog>
Github: https://github.com/kadalu/kadalu <https://github.com/kadalu/kadalu>

We are making a steady progress towards Goal of making storage easy in Kubernetes and our v1.0 release. Please try Kadalu Storage and provide feedback.

Aravinda Vishwanathapura

> On 18-Mar-2020, at 10:19 PM, Arman Khalatyan <arm2arm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> any reason why  OpenShift/OKD dropped GlusterFS storage support?
> now in the documentation
> https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/4.2/migration/migrating_3_4/planning-migration-3-to-4.html#migration-considerations <https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/4.2/migration/migrating_3_4/planning-migration-3-to-4.html#migration-considerations>  
>  is only:
> Support for the following persistent storage options from OpenShift Container Platform 3.11 has changed in OpenShift Container Platform 4.2:
> GlusterFS is no longer supported.
> CephFS is no longer supported.
> Ceph RBD is no longer supported.
> iSCSI is now Technology Preview.
> migrations to 4.x becoming really painfull
> thanks, 
> Arman.
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