[Openstack-operators] install packages while deploying instance

Gui Maluf guimalufb at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 13:40:26 UTC 2012

I think you can also use the default image, install apache and create a
snapshot of that image.

On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 4:34 AM, Soren Hansen <sorhanse at cisco.com> wrote:

> Den 21-09-2012 07:16, haynes.davis at accenture.com skrev:
>  How do we install packages (like apache) while deploying a instance in
>> OpenStack. Does nova supports this? Or do we have to use Puppet, Chef
>> etc. Please guide me to some docs.
> It depends on the image you're using. If you're using one of the official
> Ubuntu images, they already have cloud-init installed. cloud-init can,
> among many other things, install packages by specifying them in the
> user-data field.
> I believe this is the current documentation for cloud-init:
>    https://help.ubuntu.com/**community/CloudInit<https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CloudInit>
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> Soren Hansen
> Senior Software Engineer
> Office of the cloud CTO
> Cisco Systems, Inc.
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