I'm not sure what the latest scaling numbers are. But to answer your second
question, many neutron servers can be launched to support extra compute
nodes. They all connect into the same message bus and service requests off
of it.

On Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 11:56 PM, wujiangtaoh...@163.com <
wujiangtaoh...@163.com> wrote:

> hi,all:
>
>     I have some questions about neutron:
>
>     1、how many compute nodes can be supported by one neutron-server ?
>     2、If one neutron-server can't support two many nodes , for example
> 1000 servers, can two neutron-servers work together in active-active mode ?
>
>     Thans a lot !
>
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