Manila supports the notion of share types. Currently, we use this concept to determine to which backend a share create request is routed.
|Share Type Name||Purpose||Puppet resource name||Ceph end point||Comments|
|Geneva CephFS Testing||Testing||'test'||'cephmond:6790'||Usable for testing CephFS. Do not run production services here.|
|Meyrin CephFS||Production||'flax'||'cephflax'||Quota publicly available from the request form.|
|Meyrin CephFS Vault SSD A||Production||'levinson'||'cephlevinson'||Quota publicly available from the request form.|
In order to check to which share types you have access you can use:
[lxplus-cloud]$ manila type-list