[kolla] [train] Changing default quotas

Pierre Riteau pierre at stackhpc.com
Fri Jan 8 15:29:21 UTC 2021

Hi Albert,

You can change your default Neutron quotas via neutron.conf. This is
described in the latest Neutron documentation:

Kolla-Ansible doesn't provide a full configuration file for OpenStack
services. Instead, it includes specific options that are changed from
defaults. Create a /etc/kolla/config/neutron.conf file with your own
[quotas] settings, which will be merged into the default configuration
templated by Kolla-Ansible. For more details see

Best wishes,

On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 at 14:05, Braden, Albert <C-Albert.Braden at charter.com> wrote:
> I’m trying to change default quotas on a Train kolla POC, and I can change compute, but when I try to change a network quota such as subnets I get an error:
> (openstack) [root at adjutant-poc openstack]# openstack quota set --class --subnets 2 default
> Network quotas are ignored since quota class is not supported.
> When I google around I find some old documents talking about setting neutron quotas in /etc/neutron/neutron.conf but I can’t find anything recent, and I don’t see any mention of quotas when I look at /etc/neutron/neutron.conf in our neutron_server containers. What is the best way to change neutron default quotas in kolla?
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