Baremetal attach volume in Multi-tenancy
geguileo at redhat.com
Fri May 10 10:39:29 UTC 2019
On 10/05, zack chen wrote:
> This is a normal Cinder in Openstack deployment
> I'm using ceph as cinder backend, RBD drvier.
If you are using a Ceph/RBD cluster then there are some things to take
- You need to have the ceph-common package installed in the system.
- The images are mounted using the kernel module, so you have to be
careful with the features that are enabled in the images.
- If I'm not mistaken the RBD attach using the cinderclient extension
will fail if you don't have the configuration and credentials file
already in the system.
> My ideas the instance should communicate with Openstack platform storage
> network via the vrouter provided by neutron. The vrouter gateway should
> communicate with Openstack platform. is or right?
I can't help you on the network side, since I don't know anything about
> Gorka Eguileor <geguileo at redhat.com> 于2019年5月9日周四 下午5:28写道：
> > On 08/05, zack chen wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > I am looking for a mechanism that can be used for baremetal attach volume
> > > in a multi-tenant scenario. In addition we use ceph as the backend
> > storage
> > > for cinder.
> > >
> > > Can anybody give me some advice?
> > Hi,
> > Is this a stand alone Cinder deployment or a normal Cinder in OpenStack
> > deployment?
> > What storage backend will you be using?
> > What storage protocol? iSCSI, FC, RBD...?
> > Depending on these you can go with Walter's suggestion of using
> > cinderclient and its extension (which in general is the best way to go),
> > or you may prefer writing a small python script that uses OS-Brick and
> > makes the REST API calls directly.
> > Cheers,
> > Gorka.
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