Mount OLCF Filesystems¶
OLCF shared filesystems can be mounted into a container running in Slate. The mountpoints will be the same as a cluster node. The Kubernetes object will need to be annotated in order to get the necessary configuration injected into the container at runtime.
|Marble||ccs.ornl.gov/fs||olcf||/ccs/sw, /ccs/home, /ccs/sys, /ccs/proj, /gpfs/alpine|
|Marble||ccs.ornl.gov/fs||olcf-nfs||/ccs/sw, /ccs/home, /ccs/sys, /ccs/proj, /gpfs/alpine|
|Onyx||ccs.ornl.gov/fs||ccsopen||/ccsopen/sw, /ccsopen/home, /ccsopen/proj, /gpfs/wolf|
|Onyx||ccs.ornl.gov/fs||ccsopen-nfs||/ccsopen/sw, /ccsopen/home, /ccsopen/proj|
If you already have a Deployment running you can add the annotation with the client
oc annotate deployment web ccs.ornl.gov/fs=olcf
You cannot annotate an existing pod because the injection happens at pod creation time
Annotating a pod not managed by a deployment with
oc annotate pod test ccs.ornl.gov/fs=olcfwill not work. Instead delete the pod and add the annotation to the metadata and recreate it.
You can also add the annotations to any workload object’s YAML such as a Pod, Deployment, or DeploymentConfig.
metadata: annotations: ccs.ornl.gov/fs: olcf
Full example of a deployment mounting the OLCF shared filesystems:
apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: test-fs annotations: ccs.ornl.gov/fs: olcf spec: replicas: 1 selector: matchLabels: app: test-fs template: labels: app: test-fs spec: containers: - name: test-fs image: busybox:latest args: - cat stdin: true stdinOnce: true
There are no requirements in the container image in order to mount OLCF filesystems