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Unescape IPv6 addresses for ceph_nfs_bind_addr

Currently we end up with IPv6 addresses in ganesha.conf that
are encapsulated in brackets so the file isn't parsed correctly
and the ceph_nfs container fails to start.

Closes-bug: #1840983
Change-Id: I035f945df3ea0519ce8b62daa6d0b313e84a508c
(cherry picked from commit 0478cd8923)
(cherry picked from commit a2cbb5044e)
(cherry picked from commit 022baa43f6)
tags/8.4.1
Tom Barron 1 month ago
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      docker/services/ceph-ansible/ceph-nfs.yaml

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docker/services/ceph-ansible/ceph-nfs.yaml View File

@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ outputs:
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         - ceph_nfs_ansible_vars:
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             map_merge:
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             - {get_attr: [CephBase, role_data, config_settings, ceph_common_ansible_vars]}
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-            - ceph_nfs_bind_addr: {get_param: [EndpointMap, GaneshaInternal, host]}
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+            - ceph_nfs_bind_addr: {get_param: [EndpointMap, GaneshaInternal, host_nobrackets]}
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               ceph_nfs_enable_service: false
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               ceph_nfs_use_pacemaker: true
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               ceph_nfs_dynamic_exports: true

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