Hi Tim and All,
I remember there is a topic named "role assignment for service users" in the
Tokyo Summit. Since I have not heard any message of this topic. Does anyone
could contribute some information for me? I think it is vital for my design of
Congress UI in horizon. Thanks a lot!
Excerpts from Doug Hellmann's message of 2015-11-27 10:21:36 -0500:
> We're making good progress on adding reno to service projects as
> we head to the Mitaka-1 milestone. Thank you!
> We also need to add reno to all of the other deliverables with
> changes that might affect
Excerpts from Victor Stinner's message of 2015-11-27 17:23:05 +0100:
> I noticed that ChangBo Guo (aka gcb) is very active in various Oslo
> projects, to write patches but also to review patches written by others.
> He attend Oslo meetings, welcome reviews, etc. It's a pleasure to work
From: Jay Lau >
Reply-To: OpenStack Development Mailing List
Date: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at 3:15 PM
To: OpenStack Development Mailing List
Technically your solution is possible. Murano agent can be installed
manually. All queue names are in agent's config file. Murano can talk to
that manually installed agent and put files to that server.
However I strongly advice not to do that. First of all it is not secure.
Is it a good idea to add a configuration item for dvr, to disable any arp entry
processing, and reuse arp response from L2population?
When no static arp entry is found in qrouter namespace, it would cause a temp
arp request, then it reached the br-tun, and replied by the OVS flow table.