Mounting RBD at Boot Under CentOS 7

A quick and dirty guide on how to mount a ceph RBD at boot under CentOS 7
This tutorial covers mounting an RBD image at boot under CentOS 7. Make sure to unmount the RBD you want to have mount at boot before following this tutorial. This tutorial requires a CentOS 7 client with a client or admin keyring from Ceph, and a working Ceph cluster. This tutorial also assumes you have already created the RBD image you want to be mounted at boot. Let’s begin! Assumptions This tutorial assumes the node you are implementing this on has connectivity to a working ceph cluster and also assumes that kernel module RBD is enabled.