[Openstack-operators] Setting up openstack to use 2 pools of compute nodes on essex?
fishlikehexagon at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 20:59:35 UTC 2013
Thanks, isn't the concept of availability zones being phased out in folsom
in favor of cells? I read about this here.
do you think it would be hard to transition once we upgrade to folsom?
On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 3:16 PM, Lorin Hochstein
<lorin at nimbisservices.com>wrote:
> I think you can use availability zones for this. Set the
> node_availability_zone flag in nova.conf to, say, "zone1" for the compute
> hosts in one pool, and "zone2" for the other one.
> When you call "nova boot" to start an instance, use the
> --availability-zone flag to specify zone1 or zone2.
> Take care,
> On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 3:05 PM, Zach Easterbrook <
> fishlikehexagon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi there, I'm an intern at a tech company and we're beginning to use
>> openstack for a project within my team. Right now we have a small rack with
>> 7 servers- one of these is set up as the controller node with glance /
>> keystone / horizon / nova stuff, etc., The other 6 servers are very basic
>> and just have the nova-api, nova-cert, nova-compute, and nova-network
>> packages installed.
>> So you may have noticed we're on essex for now..we tried getting folsom
>> to work but there were some hiccups.
>> Does anyone know how we could separate our compute nodes into two
>> different pools and then be able to deploy a VM to one of the pools? i.e,
>> we'd put three nodes into pool1 and 3 into pool2, then from the CLI / web
>> interface we'd be able to select pool1 as the target of deployment.
>> If anyone has any ideas let me know, it'd be appreciated. If I'm on the
>> wrong track letting me know about that would also be appreciated.
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>> OpenStack-operators at lists.openstack.org
> Lorin Hochstein
> Lead Architect - Cloud Services
> Nimbis Services, Inc.
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