[Openstack-operators] Confused by user management
jon at jonproulx.com
Tue Aug 14 16:36:30 UTC 2012
On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 12:27 PM, Lorin Hochstein
<lorin at nimbisservices.com> wrote:
> All management of users, tenants and service endpoints should be done using
> the "keystone" client. Don't use "nova-manage user *", those commands
> predate keystone and are now obsolete.
I do think you will still need 'nova-manage project quota ' though
creating the users and tenants through keystone. If that's not
current info I'd love to know the "right way"
But, presuming that's still current:
to show quotas:
root at nimbus-0:~# nova-manage project quota 98333a1a28e746fa8c629c83a818ad57
To change these values you append --key and --value flags to the above
command, so to increase tig's quota of floating IPs from 10 to 20:
root at nimbus-0:~# nova-manage project quota
98333a1a28e746fa8c629c83a818ad57 --key floating_ips --value 20
Confusingly nova-manage project quota will silently accept any trash
at the end and report the default quotas. This is what happens if you
enter the project/tenant name rather than ID, it won't complain it
will just lie....
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