https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/497904 came through the other
day, which is a request to submit ceph-deploy from SUSE:SLE-12-SP3:GA to
openSUSE:Leap:42.3. If accepted, that will bring ceph-deploy up to
version 1.5.34 in Leap 42.3. I don't think there's anything wrong with
that, so we should probably accept it, given that ceph-deploy is already
in Leap and Tumbleweed (although, in Tumbleweed it's slightly newer --
version 1.5.36, same as in filesystems:ceph).
This leads me to the question though, what to do with ceph-deploy on
openSUSE going forwards. I'm personally supportive of dropping it in
favour of deepsea, except for the fact that ceph-deploy still features
prominently in the upstream ceph docs. Also, upstream has been doing
minor works (they're up to 1.5.38 now, which includes support for ceph-mgr).
So, what next for ceph-deploy on openSUSE? Leave it as-is? Keep it
indefinitely (and periodically pull updates in from upstream)?
Eventually deprecate and remove it?
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