[openstack-dev] [heat]How to manage the life cycle of resources in a stack?
sbaker at redhat.com
Wed Feb 24 19:04:09 UTC 2016
On 25/02/16 05:27, zhu4236926 wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I get some resources by creating a stack, e.g. ,the resources may
> be 2 volumes, volume A and volume B. If the volume A and volume B are
> useless, we can delete them by deleting the stack , we also can delete
> them by cinder.If they are deleted by cinder, though the volumes have
> been delete, the resources and stack are still exist, a tenant has
> the maxmum quantity of stacks, so I may couldn't create the stack if
> the number of left stacks exceed the limit . If I delete by deleting
> the stack, the volume A and volume B would be deleted both, may be I
> just want to delete the volume A and reservce volume B.
> So how should I manage the resources(volumeA and volumeB) created
> by heat, deleted by cinder or heat?
The best approach would be to modify the template to remove the volumes
that you no longer need then do a stack-update. Once the stack ends up
being empty you can choose to delete it.
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