[Openstack-operators] [openstack-operators] Neutron HA
rpodolyaka at mirantis.com
Fri Jul 19 14:09:56 UTC 2013
Thanks, Akihiro and Simon! I didn't know we had such option.
>> Regarding 1, the configuration option "dhcp_agents_per_network" is
introduced. This options specifies the number of DHCP agents scheduled to
host a network.
>> If you set this option to the number of dhcp agents, you can do this.
>> It already exists in Havana by setting the dhcp_agents_per_network
parameter in neutron.conf .
>> Check this commit for details:
On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 4:35 PM, Simon Pasquier <simon.pasquier at bull.net>wrote:
> Le 19/07/2013 15:07, Roman Podolyaka a écrit :
> Hi Jacob, all
> 1. When a new Neutron network is created, it is automatically scheduled
> to one of DHCP-agents running in a cluster (actually, it's done lazily,
> when the first port on this network is created, but that's an
> implementation detail). Though, you have to manually schedule it to
> additional DHCP-agents to provide HA. I haven't seen any BPs adding such an
> option, but I agree, that it would be useful to have one.
> It already exists in Havana by setting the dhcp_agents_per_network
> parameter in neutron.conf .
> Check this commit for details:
> 2. Not sure we have one :( The solution from TelekomCloud guys seems to
> be the only way to go to provide HA for L3 agents in Active/Active mode
> 3. Every network or compute node in a cluster runs an L2-agent, which
> allows one to create L2 tenant networks and plug VMs/routers/DHCP-servers
> into network ports (the underlying implementation depends on the core
> plugin you use, e.g. OVS can use VLANs or GRE tunnels to provide tenant
> isolation). So L2 networking is ready to use when you've started an
> L2-agent and provided it with a correct configuration file.
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