I am happy to run next Tuesday's meeting.
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> On Sep 8, 2016, at 2:22 PM, Tom Fifield wrote:
> Hi Ops Meetups Team,
> Apologies for the absence - I'm back from holiday now :)
> Congratulations to all of you for the
You should have an IP address configured on the br-vxlan interface of each host.
- Can you confirm connectivity between the hosts using the IP
addresses assigned to br-vxlan? Ping from within the neutron_agents container,
as well, since this is ultimately where the Neutron
Hi Ops Meetups Team,
Apologies for the absence - I'm back from holiday now :)
Congratulations to all of you for the excellent meetup held in NYC! Its
success is a strong statement that having these events organised "in
It's now time to organise Barcelona -- we need to
Due to unforeseen circumstances, today's AUC meeting today will _*not*_
be held today.
Catch you all next week.
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It is a difficult calculation to make for me:
- Shared services like Facilities/Hardware repair/Network…
- Expectation for new functions since upstream has made them available
- The user support effort has increased significantly as more users
I completely agree about the general rule of thumb. I am only looking at the
team that specifically supports openstack. For us frontend support for public
clouds is handled by another team/org all together.
So what I am looking at is the people who are in charge of the care/feeding of
On Wed, Sep 7, 2016 at 7:24 PM, Joseph Bajin wrote:
> I'm not sure if this fits what you need, but the Kolla project produces a
> lot of default values that are included in their deployments. You could
> check that out and see if it works for you.
Joseph, I'll take a
I'm running OpenStack Liberty release.
My question is if cinder supports volume multi-attach ?
Can the same volume be attached to more than one instances ?
Should anything be changed in the code level to make it work?
Currently I was able to create a new volume with --allow-multiattach
thanks for replying, configs below:
The following are from the neutron agents container.
# Ansible managed:
# ML2 general
type_drivers = flat,vlan,vxlan,local
Hello Grant ,
Possible to share ml2_conf.ini , dhcp_agent.ini and l3_agent.ini files ?
From: Grant Morley
Date: Thursday 8 September 2016 at 15:12
To: OpenStack Operators
We are working off the OSA deployment for a new cloud system we are
building and everything seems to be working apart from the tenant VXLAN
network. We have tried various troubleshooting but the initial DHCP
request, is not making it out of the linux bridge on the compute node.
thanks Saverio. I checked, and project_user_quotas is an empty set.
I cannot find the project_id in the table nova.quotas too. I'm not sure
where the quotas are stored than, is there anywhere else I should look for
quotas stored in the DB for a tenant?
I'm not sure if the error message is a red
once I had a very weird problem with quotas. Usually the quota is per
tenant/project. But somehow you can limit the quota per specific user.
Please can you check in your nova database if this table is empty:
mysql> describe project_user_quotas;
I've been debugging cinder api.log and there are no errors. I believe it is
a horizon (?) issue. All my components are Liberty.
*$ openstack quota show shows volumes = 8.*
If the user and project are created through the dashboard I do not seem the
problem. It seems like some
> I was hoping to poll other operators to see what their average team size vs’s
> deployment size is,
> as I am trying to use this in an internal company discussion.
> Right now we are in the order of ~260 Compute servers per Openstack
> So trying to see how we compare with
apologies again. so you said with cli everything works.
do you have both horizon and cinder and keystone in Liberty ? or mixed
to debug this I would go in the logs of cinder api to see the requests that
returns not enough quota. I would compare the logs with the CLI case where
Sorry you are on Liberty Centos !!
Did you try openstack quota show ?
What do you see ?
Then try to create a Volume from the CLI. Usually you get better errore
Il 08 set 2016 9:05 AM, "Saverio Proto" ha scritto:
> please tell us at least the version of
please tell us at least the version of openstack :)
Il 07 set 2016 4:31 PM, "William Josefsson" ha
> When I create projects with quotas configured, e.g. number volumes 8, and
> try to provision a VM, I get:
> *The requested instance cannot
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