Re: [Openstack] Keystone's stable/diablo branch

2011-11-14 Thread Thierry Carrez
Mark McLoughlin wrote: We still have a problem with versioning, though. - Essex keystone will be 2012.1 - Diablo keystone was tagged as 2011.3 - Diablo keystone was actually versioned as 1.0 (see setup.py) even though version() returns 0.9 - stable/diablo is now

[Openstack] Upcoming change in use of FixReleased status in Launchpad

2011-11-14 Thread Thierry Carrez
Hello everyone, TL;DR summary: Currently FixReleased means fix landed in an official release of OpenStack. With this proposal FixReleased will mean fix landed in a given milestone, which will allow us to track bugs that landed on master and are wanted in the milestone. This should not change

[Openstack] Nexenta Driver proposal

2011-11-14 Thread Yuriy Taraday
Hello. The Openstack block volume storage demands high reliability and management automation. This can be achieved with specialized storage solutions, but Openstack still lacks integration with this type of storage back-ends. We have created a blueprint

Re: [Openstack] Nexenta Driver proposal

2011-11-14 Thread Diego Parrilla SantamarĂ­a
Hi all, we have modified the Solaris volume driver code to work with Nexenta Block Storage. Actually, we have succesfully deployed solutions with Nexenta and Nova already. You can check the code here: https://github.com/StackOps/nova/tree/stable/diablo So, we are happy to collaborate on this.

Re: [Openstack] Keystone's stable/diablo branch

2011-11-14 Thread Mark McLoughlin
On Mon, 2011-11-14 at 10:22 +0100, Thierry Carrez wrote: Mark McLoughlin wrote: We still have a problem with versioning, though. - Essex keystone will be 2012.1 - Diablo keystone was tagged as 2011.3 - Diablo keystone was actually versioned as 1.0 (see setup.py) even

Re: [Openstack] Keystone's stable/diablo branch

2011-11-14 Thread Thierry Carrez
Mark McLoughlin wrote: You seem to be suggesting that incubating projects should follow a different versioning scheme until they are accepted? I'd much rather see incubating projects show that they can align themselves with the other projects, rather than have them do something different.

[Openstack] DashBoard errors - Floating IPs

2011-11-14 Thread Martin van Wilderen - JDN BV
Hi List, I followed the Openstack training at Londen a few weeks ago, realy nice. I went back to the office and standard building my Openstack test setup. There is just one thing i can't get to work. Can someone help me on this one? The Floating IPs works really nice when i use the API. The

[Openstack] nova-network cannot start because 'host' set in db

2011-11-14 Thread mao weijie
Hi, I have found something maybe bug in nova-network ie: using FLATDHCP my br100 is set 10.200.200.2,hostname=node1 when I start nova-network, br100 will be add an other ip, maybe 10.200.200.5 here in nova db, fixed_ips table , 'host' field of address=10.200.200.5 entry will be set to

[Openstack] [OpenStack] [Nova] slowdowns during instance start

2011-11-14 Thread Nick Sokolov
Hi guys, I perform some tests with mass instance start on OpenStack, and faced with slowdowns when run instances using euca-run-instances -n. Up to nearly 80 instances all is OK (nearly 16 per minute), but after that point instance running freezes (during 10 minutes nearly 5 fired up), and after

Re: [Openstack] Nexenta Driver proposal

2011-11-14 Thread Yuriy Taraday
All driver code is stamped with Apache Public License 2.0. Is it compatible with OpenStack licensing model? Currently driver supports Diablo branch of Nova, but we're working on changes to make it work on master. This driver was developed and tested in tight cooperation with Nexenta team, and will

[Openstack] OSAPI and Zones

2011-11-14 Thread Doude
Hi all, I'm trying to understand the multi-zone architecture of OpenStack. I saw zone commands (list, show, select ...) have been added to the OSAPI v1.1 (not as an extension but as a core component of the API) but I cannot find any documentations in the OSAPI book:

Re: [Openstack] OSAPI and Zones

2011-11-14 Thread Jorge Williams
Last time I had a conversation about this, I believe the goal was to refractor and document Zone support as an extension to the core API. We're just not there yet. -jOrGe W. On Nov 14, 2011, at 9:49 AM, Doude wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to understand the multi-zone architecture of

Re: [Openstack] OSAPI and Zones

2011-11-14 Thread Anne Gentle
Hi Édouard - I believe zones are documented in the Developer docs in http://nova.openstack.org/devref/zone.html. The howto scenarios are documented using the nova python client only currently (probably due to the refactoring Jorge mentions). When you run into these gaps, please do log a bug

[Openstack] Supercomputing 2011 birds-of-a-feather session in Seattle this week?

2011-11-14 Thread Brian Schott
Our team will be out in Seattle this week at the Supercomputing conference. Anyone else planning to be there? Was looking for a BOF session but didn't see one. - Brian Schott, CTO Nimbis Services, Inc. brian.sch...@nimbisservices.com ph:

Re: [Openstack] Supercomputing 2011 birds-of-a-feather session in Seattle this week?

2011-11-14 Thread Brian Schott
Great! Nimbis Services is sharing a booth with Ohio Supercomputer Center booth (#2713). If there are enough of us maybe we can crash a cloud-related BOF one or pick a bar at one of the vendor parties :-). Brian PS: the company name, Nimbis Services, is supposed be a clever use of the

Re: [Openstack] Supercomputing 2011 birds-of-a-feather session in Seattle this week?

2011-11-14 Thread Korambath, Prakashan
Thanks. I will drop by. Prakashan Korambath UCLA. From: openstack-bounces+ppk=ats.ucla@lists.launchpad.net [openstack-bounces+ppk=ats.ucla@lists.launchpad.net] On Behalf Of Brian Schott [brian.sch...@nimbisservices.com] Sent: Monday, November

Re: [Openstack] OSAPI and Zones

2011-11-14 Thread Sandy Walsh
Jorge is correct. The zones stuff was added before the API was finalized and before the extensions mechanism was in place. We simply haven't taken the time to convert it yet. -S From: openstack-bounces+sandy.walsh=rackspace@lists.launchpad.net

Re: [Openstack] describing APIs for OpenStack consumers

2011-11-14 Thread Rupak Ganguly
Is the WADL for Nova and or its extensions available somewhere to look at? Thanks, Rupak Ganguly Ph: 678-648-7434 On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 3:17 AM, Bryan Taylor btay...@rackspace.com wrote: On 10/27/2011 05:52 PM, Mark Nottingham wrote: Generating WADL (or anything else) from code is fine,

Re: [Openstack] describing APIs for OpenStack consumers

2011-11-14 Thread Anne Gentle
Hi Rupak - You can get a copy of the Compute API WADL files at https://github.com/openstack/compute-api/tree/master/openstack-compute-api-1.1/src Anne On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Rupak Ganguly rup...@gmail.com wrote: Is the WADL for Nova and or its extensions available somewhere to look

[Openstack] Reminder: Nova EC2 API Team Meeting Tomorrow.

2011-11-14 Thread Chuck Short
Hi, Just a friendly reminder that the first team meeting of the Nova EC2 API is tomorrow at 15:00 UTC on #openstack-meeting. The agenda is the following: 1. Introduction 2. Testing 3. Bug work flow. Regards chuck ___ Mailing list:

Re: [Openstack] describing APIs for OpenStack consumers

2011-11-14 Thread Jorge Williams
The core API WADL is here: https://github.com/openstack/compute-api/blob/master/openstack-compute-api-1.1/src/os-compute-1.1.wadl Keystone also has a number of WADLs here: https://github.com/openstack/keystone/tree/master/keystone/content -jOrGe W. On Nov 14, 2011, at 2:21 PM, Rupak Ganguly

[Openstack] Update Container Metadata.

2011-11-14 Thread easco
I am working with OpenStack through the published API. (i.e. I am a client of the OpenStack API, not one implementing OpenStack internals). I hope that my questions will not be out-of-place on this mailing list and beg your indulgence (and correction) if they are.The current developer

Re: [Openstack] Update Container Metadata.

2011-11-14 Thread Anne Gentle
Hi Scott - You're in fact correct, though I'm puzzled as to how the OpenStack documents are missing the Container chapter. If you need quick info, you can refer to Cloud Files API reference info: http://docs.rackspace.com/files/api/v1/cf-devguide/content/Create_Container-d1e1694.htmlyou'll see

Re: [Openstack] Update Container Metadata.

2011-11-14 Thread Anne Gentle
Woops, the chapter isn't missing, nor is the information. Scott, you'll find it in http://docs.openstack.org/api/openstack-object-storage/1.0/content/create-container.html- you can assign metadata when you create the container. I'll let one of the Swift devs answer about the ability to update

Re: [Openstack] Update Container Metadata.

2011-11-14 Thread easco
Anne,Thank you for your help, and you're correct, that is the case I am pursuing.In both sets of documentsit is clear to me that one can add metadata to a Containerwhen it is created. However, the documentation does not seem to mention anything aboutchangingthe metadata on a Containerafterit has

Re: [Openstack] describing APIs for OpenStack consumers

2011-11-14 Thread Rupak Ganguly
Hi Anne/Jorge, Thanks a lot for the links. Thanks, Rupak Ganguly Ph: 678-648-7434 On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 3:50 PM, Jorge Williams jorge.willi...@rackspace.com wrote: The core API WADL is here:

Re: [Openstack] Update Container Metadata.

2011-11-14 Thread John Dickinson
Updating existing container metadata with a POST is entirely supported and intended behavior. (The same also applies to adding/updating metadata on an account.) --John On Nov 14, 2011, at 8:10 PM, easco wrote: Anne, Thank you for your help, and you're correct, that is the case I am

Re: [Openstack] Update Container Metadata.

2011-11-14 Thread Caitlin Bestler
John Dickinson wrote: Updating existing container metadata with a POST is entirely supported and intended behavior. (The same also applies to adding/updating metadata on an account.) Having read those exact sequences recently to determine some implications of something I was