On 12/07/13 11:33 +0200, Julien Danjou wrote:
On Fri, Jul 12 2013, Alessandro Barabesi wrote:
I have the following problems with query fields in filters.
1) Filtering by metadata.size in v2/meters/image apparently is not working.
The following request returns also samples with
On 02/07/13 11:29 +0200, Emanuel Marzini wrote:
It's true that in Havana disappear Healthnmon that will be merge with
Not that I am aware of, Ceilometer is just getting Alarming
2013/7/2 Angus Salkeld asalk...@redhat.com
On 01/07/13 13:42
On 01/07/13 13:42 +0200, Emanuel Marzini wrote:
I want to retrive Vm information from Openstack. I am interested of CPU
I known that someone use collectd, libvirt ecc.. or product like Ceilometer
I am also interested to receive alarm information from the
On 27/05/13 11:14 -0300, Bruno Oliveira wrote:
I'm having a really hard time setting up ceilometer-api so I thought
if I could ask you guys for some enlightment.
I can clearly see data being pulled in the screens that are running
On 28/02/13 15:30 +0800, 蒋闻天 wrote:
I have heat and quantum in my devstack, just like:
Then I restart my compute, ./rejoin-stack.sh
All Service OK.
Then I run some thing like:
On 01/11/12 13:58 -0700, Jeffrey Budzinski wrote:
Thanks for putting that together Sandy. Very nice!
From my perspective, there are two major things that are undesirable for us:
1) Putting this data through the queue is not something that feels right. We'd like to
have to option to use other
On 02/11/12 10:47 -0500, Paras pradhan wrote:
Well, What I am trying to find is if an instance in nova is low in
resources, then another instance should be automatically created and
Is this possible or any tools are out for this?
You can give the heat project a go.
On 26/10/12 13:07 +0700, Frans Thamura wrote:
Yes, we use it here, but still finding to configure with OpenStack, to
bring scale in this case communicate with openstack nova controller,
we just use it now here..
You could use the heat project to provide autoscaling.
The way this would work is
On 25/10/12 10:16 +0200, Julien Danjou wrote:
On Thu, Oct 25 2012, Angus Salkeld wrote:
If you do auto scaling you will have a similar problem. Here you
want to monitor the group (with instances comming and going) as
a logical unit. One way would be to tag the instances and then
On 25/10/12 17:04 -0400, Doug Hellmann wrote:
On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 10:22 AM, Julien Danjou jul...@danjou.info wrote:
On Thu, Oct 25 2012, Doug Hellmann wrote:
That would be one way, but adding dimensions to the meters also makes
sense because it reduces the need to collect the data more
On 24/10/12 23:35 +0200, Julien Danjou wrote:
On Wed, Oct 24 2012, Dan Dyer wrote:
Use Case 1
Service Owned Instances
There are a set of use cases where a service is acting on behalf of a user,
the service is the owner of the VM but billing needs to be attributed to the
end user of the
On 24/10/12 23:35 +, Sandy Walsh wrote:
Great to chat during the summit last week, but it's been a crazy few days of
catch-up since then.
The main takeaway for me was the urgent need to get some common libraries under
So, to that end ...
1. To those
On 07/09/12 12:39 +0200, Nick Barcet wrote:
On 09/05/2012 11:51 AM, Nick Barcet wrote:
Thanks for asking, I was just about to come up with this. So based on
the poll, it seems that the 3-4pm UTC time slot received the most favors
with 9 yes, 1 if need be and 1 no. So I guess we'll have to do
On 05/09/12 12:19 +0200, Nick Barcet wrote:
PLEASE NOTE THE NEW MEETING TIME, ONE HOUR EARLIER
The metering project team holds a meeting in #openstack-meeting,
Thursdays at 1500 UTC
It's at 1am now (I might make
On 29/08/12 19:21 -0700, Nick Barcet wrote:
As we are observing that the current meeting time is not very convenient
for a few contributors, we would like to propose to change the date and
time to something that would suit a larger number. I propose that we do
this in a two phase
previously also contacted me about Quantum + Load-balancing as a
service. I'm probably leaving out some other people who have contacted me
about this as well, but hopefully they are on the ML and can speak up.
On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Angus Salkeld asalk...@redhat.com wrote:
author of the HA feature (Angus Salkeld).
I have just added a template demonstating an instance sending
healthchecks and getting restarted if it fails to send a healthcheck
within a specified period.
Anyways, nice project.
All of the documents and code are not set in stone and we’re writing
here specifically to ask for feedback and collaboration from
On 16/07/12 15:02 -0400, Mohammad Banikazemi wrote:
Would someone please comment on the status of Donabe and if there are any
new work/documents/code that can be shared with the community.
I am not sure if Donabe has had any new work done, but you
might like to try Heat
On 16/07/12 18:36 -0500, Miguel Alejandro González wrote:
Last time I deployed OpenStack, I recall it didn't have any performance
monitoring of VM instances or any auto scaling (up/down like Amazon ec2)
features. I would like to know if any incubated projects support or plan to
blueprint link is broken. Is this idea obsolete? Or is it implemented?
(this was created 2nd April 2012, so I think it's not implemented yet).
Me too (I also have been wondering about it), I was quite keen on this
and contacted the authors, but no response...
On 13/04/12 18:48 -0700, Stefano Maffulli wrote:
On 04/11/2012 02:52 PM, Stefano Maffulli wrote:
We're not yet sure to be able to offer this. Wait for an official
Here is a brief update regarding the live streaming situation.
Here is the good news:
Cisco kindly offered
Drop in at #heat on freenode or email our mailing list
On 10/04/12 15:36 -0700, Justin Santa Barbara wrote:
The immediate use case I have in mind is to support this:
That design requires periodic checkins between an instance agent and a
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