[openstack-dev] [tripleO][Neutron] neutron-lbaas agent service placement
nmagnezi at redhat.com
Tue Mar 15 09:21:55 UTC 2016
Replied inline to your non-triple-o specific related questions.
Also regarding your following email, any specific reason you try to use
I highly recommend that you go with LBaaSv2 (you may still choose haproxy
if you wish), since LBaaSv1 is deprecated and will be removed
sometime in the future.
 https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Liberty --> Deprecated
On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 5:18 PM, Qasim Sarfraz <qasims at plumgrid.com> wrote:
> Hi Triple-O folks,
> I was planning to enable neutron-lbaas-agent on a overcloud deployment but
> couldn't find any useful documentation. Can someone please point me to the
> required documentation? Is there a heat/puppet workflow available for this
> Also I had following questions regarding neutron-lbaas service placement:
> - I am not able to find a network node or neutron node role in tripleo
> templates  consequently the service will be placed on controllers.
> - Is it possible to run multiple instances of this service and use
> HAproxy to provide VIP to the services?
> Do you mean HAProxy in from of the LBaaS agent? could you elaborate?
I have not tested this myself, but I suspect you will run into some
difficulties. The VIP for your loadbalancer is actually a neutron port. a
port contains a hostname in its binding information.
> - Is it possible to run the service on the compute nodes? If yes is
> there a installation workflow for this.
> Neutron wise, it should work as long as you have L2 agent (which you
should since it's a compute node) on your server.
> Tagged Neutron, as someone from the Neutron or sub-projects teams might
> have already have answers for these.
>  - https://github.com/openstack/tripleo-heat-templates
> Qasim Sarfraz
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