"[Kolla][Kolla-Ansible] Ironic Node Deployment"
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Mon Aug 9 09:38:43 UTC 2021
On Mon, Aug 9, 2021 at 10:53 AM Lokendra Rathour <lokendrarathour at gmail.com>
> Hi Mark,
> Thanks for the reply.
> As it looks that getting ironic installed in Kolla-Ansible is not that
> As we know that Kayobe is also using Kolla-ansible underneath, so we may
> have a similar line of challenges when deploying ironic over Kayobe ?
It will be the same experience, except for handling of the server
provisioning layer and setting up networking for you.
I suggest you try it as it gives you more out of the box and may help you
spot the issue in your previous setup.
Ironic works just fine with Kolla Ansible but requires more understanding
of your baremetal layer than the other services.
Also, do note Kayobe will use Ironic (via Bifrost) to provision your nodes
so you will test Ironic from yet another angle.
> Best Regards,
> On Mon, Aug 9, 2021 at 1:46 PM Mark Goddard <mark at stackhpc.com> wrote:
>> Hi Lokendra,
>> We regularly use Ironic with Kolla. Unfortunately it can be quite
>> challenging to get working, but it is possible. tcpdump and console
>> logs are your friends.
>> On Thu, 5 Aug 2021 at 12:32, Lokendra Rathour <lokendrarathour at gmail.com>
>> > Hi Team,
>> > I was trying to deploy Ironic Node on Kolla Ansible Setup.
>> > Document used for reference:
>> > Although this document says
>> > : " Ironic works well in Kolla, though it is not thoroughly tested as
>> part of Kolla CI, so may be subject to instability"
>> > We have tried 2 node Kolla Ansible 12.0.0 in order to deploy
>> OpenStack wallaby release with enabled ironic for Bare-metal nodes
>> provisioning. But facing issues in "Node Provisioning"
>> > So, has anyone tried the Baremetal Provisioning on Koll Setup?
>> > Please share /suggest any approach to achieve this.
>> > --
>> > ~ Lokendra
>> > skype: lokendrarathour
> ~ Lokendra
> skype: lokendrarathour
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