SIG Status: Approved
The CentOS Storage Special Interest Group (SIG) is a collection of like-minded individuals coming together to ensure that CentOS is a suitable platform for many different storage solutions. This group will ensure that all Open Source storage options seeking to utilize CentOS as a delivery platform have a voice in packaging, orchestration, deployment, and related work.
The Storage SIG provides centos-release-<project> packages in the CentOS Extras repository. This makes it easy for users to install projects from the Storage SIG, only two steps are needed, i.e.:
# yum install centos-release-gluster # yum install glusterfs-server
NOTE: At this time, the centos-release-<project> packages from the Storage SIG are not included in CentOS Extras yet, packages are available for testing.
Available release packages that provide different repositories:
centos-release-gluster38 (provides centos-release-gluster = 3.8)
centos-release-gluster37 (provides centos-release-gluster = 3.7)
centos-release-storage-common (base dependency for all Storage SIG release packages)
Documentation that describes how to configure and use the projects have their own pages:
IRC Meetings will be held every other Friday from 15:30-16:30 UTC i.e. London time as per calendar
- Meeting will held on #centos-devel (Freenode)
- Meetings will be minuted, IRC sessions will be logged.
The Storage SIG meeting minutes can be seen on the Minutes Page
- Send self introduction to the mailing list above (share some basic info about yourself, your intentions within Storage SIG, what way you plan to help the SIG)
If you want to get access to CentOS Build System (CBS), follow this HowTo.
Generic Documentation For Storage SIG
- The Storage SIG will have a steering committee.
- New committers and steering committee members are appointed by the steering committee.
PatrickMcgarry - Ceph Project
LalatenduMohanty - Gluster Project
HumbleChirammal - Gluster Project
KaranbirSingh - Board member, CentOS Project
NielsDeVos - Gluster Project
FrançoisCami - Ceph Project
Committer privileges, once earned, do not expire unless revoked by the steering committee.