[openstack-dev] [nova][scheduler] Availability Zones and Host aggregates..
john at johngarbutt.com
Wed Mar 26 11:46:41 UTC 2014
Sounds like an extra weighter to try and balance load between your two AZs
might be a nicer way to go.
The easiest way might be via cells, one for each AZ . But not sure we
merged that support yet. But there are patches for that.
On 25 Mar 2014 20:53, "Sangeeta Singh" <singhs at yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
> The availability Zones filter states that theoretically a compute node
> can be part of multiple availability zones. I have a requirement where I
> need to make a compute node part to 2 AZ. When I try to create a host
> aggregates with AZ I can not add the node in two host aggregates that have
> AZ defined. However if I create a host aggregate without associating an AZ
> then I can add the compute nodes to it. After doing that I can update the
> host-aggregate an associate an AZ. This looks like a bug.
> I can see the compute node to be listed in the 2 AZ with the
> availability-zone-list command.
> The problem that I have is that I can still not boot a VM on the compute
> node when I do not specify the AZ in the command though I have set the
> default availability zone and the default schedule zone in nova.conf.
> I get the error "ERROR: The requested availability zone is not available"
> What I am trying to achieve is have two AZ that the user can select
> during the boot but then have a default AZ which has the HV from both AZ1
> AND AZ2 so that when the user does not specify any AZ in the boot command I
> scatter my VM on both the AZ in a balanced way.
> Any pointers.
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