Canonical’s Ceph-Containers Repository is the home for apparatus to build Ubuntu based Ceph container Images. These can be used with popular containerised ceph deployment and orchestration tools like Cephadm and Rook.
Listing the contents of the repository:
ceph.defaults confd/ custom-image-spec Dockerfile Dockerfile.daemon_base Dockerfile.service docker_scripts/ LICENSE README.md s3cfg scripts/ test/
You see that we provide a Dockerfile that can be used to build the image and the supporting scripts that go with it. Hence we can simply use Docker to build an image:
$ sudo docker build -t canonical/ceph:latest . Sending build context to Docker daemon 1.655MB Step 1/27 : FROM ubuntu:jammy ---> 6b7dfa7e8fdb ... ... ---> Running in f431f665b976 Removing intermediate container f431f665b976 ---> 4edce85e2d97 Successfully built 4edce85e2d97 Successfully tagged canonical/ceph:latest
All images available locally can be checked through:
$ sudo docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE canonical/ceph latest 4edce85e2d97 About a minute ago 1.49GB ubuntu jammy 6b7dfa7e8fdb 4 weeks ago 77.8MB
This freshly baked Image can now be used for deploying Ceph using: