After a power outage one of our servers which contains an osd shows down status on juju, regardless of being turned on and listed as deployed in MAAS. I performed a test on the server with MAAS and now the server shows as ready instead of deployed.
I would like to remove this osd form the cluster, and I was wondering what is the proper way to do it.
I am attaching juju and ceph status
geoint@MAAS-01:~$ juju show-status-log ceph-osd/6 Time Type Status Message 24 Jul 2022 15:52:53-05:00 workload active Unit is ready (1 OSD) geoint@MAAS-01:~$ juju ssh ceph-mon/0 sudo ceph status cluster: id: bf2cbfe8-9b3c-11ec-81ad-3fc481233260 health: HEALTH_WARN mons are allowing insecure global_id reclaim services: mon: 3 daemons, quorum juju-5025f7-0-lxd-0,juju-5025f7-1-lxd-0,juju-5025f7-2-lxd-0 (age 2d) mgr: juju-5025f7-0-lxd-0(active, since 3d), standbys: juju-5025f7-2-lxd-0, juju-5025f7-1-lxd-0 osd: 9 osds: 8 up (since 2d), 8 in (since 3d) rgw: 3 daemons active (3 hosts, 1 zones) data: pools: 19 pools, 197 pgs objects: 2.02M objects, 7.6 TiB usage: 23 TiB used, 160 TiB / 183 TiB avail pgs: 197 active+clean io: client: 60 KiB/s rd, 20 KiB/s wr, 60 op/s rd, 41 op/s wr Connection to 10.2.101.140 closed.
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