[Openstack-operators] HA solutions for L3-Agent and metadata-agent ?
thuleau at gmail.com
Fri Mar 7 09:29:44 UTC 2014
No, the  is an active/passive HA solution for the l3 stuff.
I would also point you a description page to test that functionality .
The routing distribution on the edge  and  will be close enough to an
The point of failure will be the compute node.
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 10:07 AM, Jesse Pretorius
<jesse.pretorius at gmail.com>wrote:
> On 6 March 2014 14:54, Alvise Dorigo <alvise.dorigo at pd.infn.it> wrote:
>> As stated in the mentioned thread there's no solution for making L3 agent
>> HA with the active/active paradigm. But I have to use the active/active
> There is a blueprint for a fully active-active L3 Agent that's close to
>> In the mentioned thread, Jay suggests to use a tool to replicate l3
>> agent's status to the other node upon failure of the current node (I
>> haven't used this tool yet).
> We use this in production and it works well. Essentially it doesn't give
> you true active-active high availability, but it does give you automated
> redundancy and you are able to use multiple L3 Agents actively.
> The path for packets will only every use one L3 Agent at a time, but if an
> Agent goes down, the tool will migrate the L3 Agent servicing the virtual
> routers to an alternative active agent. The tenant/project's L3 traffic
> will be lost only for the duration of the down-time detection and move. If
> the tool is run every minute in cron, the detection will happen within a
> minute. It has a random wait period of less than a minute before starting a
> move. The time it take for the move itself to complete depends on how many
> virtual routers need to be moved.
>> Reading the HA guide by Openstack (
>> there's not a solution active/active-based also for the metadata agent.
> The metadata agent is stateless and can be implemented in an active-active
> manner with load balancing using something like haproxy. We do this
> successfully in production.
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