I want to deploy openstack using openstack-ansilbe. I am having difficulty
in understanding where to define baremetal host deployment and how to
define multiple vlans that can be used to separate the networks(mgmt,
tunnel, external). I went through
t; N:1 mapping:
> [[HTTP client VM]*----LB---[HTTP server VM]*]*]*
> this could be a separate extension.
> Let me know if you'd like to do this and we can help navigate the code.
> From: Akshay Kumar Sanghai <akshaykumar
> From: Akshay Kumar Sanghai <akshaykumarsang...@gmail.com>
> Date: Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 1:46 AM
> To: "Yichen Wang (yicwang)" <yicw...@cisco.com>, Alec Hothan <
> Cc: "OpenStack Developme
> On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 1:02 PM, Akshay Kumar Sanghai
> <akshaykumarsang...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a couple on questions on octavia. Please answer or redirect me to
I have a couple on questions on octavia. Please answer or redirect me to
- Assume listener is listening on 443 and client hits the vip on port 80,
the connection will be refused. Is it possible to configure http to https
- For the barbican config, the only
I saw in specs of kilo that ssl re-encryption will be introduced in later
phase. Is the ssl re-encryption feature available in the mitaka release? I
understand ssl offload is available, but I want to try the ssl
re-encryption on octavia lbaas.
This link refers to v1 probably
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 3:17 PM, Akshay Kumar Sanghai
> <akshaykumarsang...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a multinode openstack installation (3 controller, 3 network nodes,
> > and some compute nodes).
> > Like l3 agent, is high avail
I have a multinode openstack installation (3 controller, 3 network nodes,
and some compute nodes).
Like l3 agent, is high availability feature available for the lbaas v2
> On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 8:44 PM, Akshay Kumar Sanghai <
> akshaykumarsang...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Jaume and Antoni.
>> I tried the installation by git cloning the kuryr repo. I did pip install
>> -r requirements.t
> On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 11:20 AM, Jaume Devesa <devv...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Akshay,
>> responses inline:
>> On Wed, 25 May 2016 10:48, Akshay Kumar Sanghai wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I have a 4 node openstack setup (1 controlle
I have a 4 node openstack setup (1 controller, 1 network, 2 compute nodes).
I want to install kuryr in liberty version. I cannot find a package in
-How do i install kuryr?
- what are the components that need to be installed on the respective
- Do i need to install magnum
I have a 4 node setup of openstack liberty. 1 controller , 2 compute node
and 1 network node. I did a apt-get barbican-api barbican-worker
barbican-keystone-listener and installed the components. The deployment is
pointing to the ubuntu liberty repository. The database used by all the
I have a 4 node working setup of openstack (1 controller, 1 network node, 2
I am trying to use ssl offload feature of lbaas v2. For that I need tls
containers, hence barbican.
I did a git clone of barbican repo from
I am trying to use lbaas v2 for loadbalancing in openstack. I have few
queries. I don't know whether I should directly ask you guys or not. If you
can answer, then that would be great.
- Is the v1 of octavia released? The documentation details the v0.5 design
and under v1 project specs, there
> Thanks very much!
> *From:* Alec Hothan (ahothan)
> *Sent:* Tuesday, April 5, 2016 9:54 AM
> *To:* Akshay Kumar Sanghai <akshaykumarsang...@gmail.com>; Yichen Wang
> (yicwang) <yicw...@cis
n] As I explained above, KB-Proxy is the bridge between internal VM
> and external world (like the host you are running KloudBuster from).
> “Setting up redis connection” means the KloudBuster is trying to connect to
> the redis server on the KB-Proxy node. You may see some retries because it
override its setup() method - create single router per tenant and then
> attach it to each created network, like here
> Ask me if you need more help
> On Tue, Mar 15,
gt; But the key is - you should really have a fully working openstack
> deployment before using kloudbuster. Nobody has never tried so far to use
> kloudbuster without such basic service as cinder working.
> From: Akshay Kumar Sanghai <aksha
where you can ping
> You can either use a local VM to run the kloudbuster image (vagrant,
> virtual box...) or just simpler, install kloudbuster locally using git
> clone or pip install (see the installation instructions in the doc
I am trying to use cloudbuster for the scale testing of openstack setup.
I have a openstack setup with 1 controller, 1 network and 2 compute node. I
am trying to use to use kloudbuster for scale testing of the setup. I
created one VM with kloudbuster image. I accessed the web UI and clicked
I have a openstack setup with 1 controller node, 1 network node and 2
compute nodes. I want to perform scale testing of the setup in the
- Create 10 tenants
- Create 1 router per tenant
- Create 100 neutron networks across 10 tenants attached to the router
- Create 500 VMs
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