[openstack-hpc] openstack heat multi tenant scenario

Charls D. Chap chapcharls at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 10:46:50 UTC 2017

I could't have a stack with the SAME name "mystack" for different tenants,
and i did specify OS_PROJECT_NAME.

It prompts error message, that stack with the same name already exists...

On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 6:51 PM, Fox, Kevin M <Kevin.Fox at pnnl.gov> wrote:
> A heat stack belongs to one tenant. It works as you describe below.
> You just have to specify which tenant to run which command under. like:
> OS_PROJECT_NAME=TenantA openstack stack create "mystack"
> OS_PROJECT_NAME=TenantB openstack stack create "mystack"
> Thanks,
> Kevin
> ________________________________________
> From: Charls D. Chap [chapcharls at gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 5:17 AM
> To: openstack-hpc at lists.openstack.org; openstack at lists.openstack.org
> Subject: [openstack-hpc] openstack heat multi tenant scenario
> Scenario:
> -DomainA (TenantA, TenantB)
> -TenantA(userA)
> -TenantB(userB)
> - A template which start OS:NOVA:SERVERS
> 1. Is it possible two run simultaneously the same openstack stack
> create command?
> 2.
> a. how can i specify that i want, in the first case, the VMs of the
> stack, beloging to TenantA
> and in the second case to TenantB
> b. for the OS::NOVA::SERVER as fas as i can see there is no such
> property to Distinguish project names
> c. I want to achieve something like this
> openstack stack create "mystack" for TenantA
> openstack stack create "mystack" for TenantB
>  openstack server list for TenantA
>             VM1 RUNNING
>             VM2 RUNNING
>             ....
> openstack server list for TenantB
>             VM1 RUNNING
>             VM2 RUNNING
>             ....
> So THE SAME VMs for both Tenants!
> 3. In the end, how is multi-tenancy achieved?
> So far, I have achieved it, by having two different stack names,
> tenantA and tenantB correspondingly, which take as input the same template,
> with the same parameters.
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