[openstack-dev] [ceilometer] Why edited configuration get replaced after stack.sh
umarusaf902 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 12:53:10 UTC 2016
I already know these steps.But does this mean you have to update the
previous all custom configurations again and again whenever you stack.sh???
Is there any way possible that these changes don't get updated because in a
testing environment like mine I have to do it very often.
On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 5:36 PM, Rubab Syed <rubab.syed21 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Umar,
> As far as I know, you should follow these steps to make this work:
> 1- Run stack.sh
> 2- Add rules to policy.json in /etc/ceilometer
> 3- Restart ceilometer service. Follow this link  to see how can you
> restart a particular service.
> Hope this helps.
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 4:57 PM, Umar Yousaf <umarusaf902 at gmail.com>
>> I am pretty new to openstack and I have a very basic question to ask. I
>> have a single node liberty edition of devstack up and running.
>> I order to get *ceilometer events* for instances running on demo tenant
>> with admin token set I have heard about role based access control (rbac)
>> so I added those two rules in *policy.json * inside* /etc/ceilometer*
>> and in order to test its affect I ./stack.sh but after that I could not
>> find those two rules added by me. The file is updated again with its
>> default values.
>> Is there anyway that these changes remain intact after stack.sh too.
>> Isn't it a very general thing that you have to update the configuration in
>> order to override the default behavior and in testing environment such as
>> mine you will be doing stack.sh very often so these changes must not be
>> updated by the default ones again.
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