[Openstack-operators] How to install magnum?
mismith at overstock.com
Thu Oct 29 02:18:26 UTC 2015
That would be great. I was so excited for magnum after the last summit, but had the following obstacles:
- The installation/configuration is very devstack-specific.
- Magnum isn’t yet packaged for RDO.
Eventually one of the Magnum team members pointed me to some RPMs that he built and I was able to use those to get things installed.
As a side note, I’m still very interested in Magnum, had to set it aside for now because the heat template used by magnum required an external network, which is something our specific implementation doesn’t use.
Principal Engineer / Cloud Team Lead
On Oct 28, 2015, at 7:51 PM, Mike Perez <thingee at gmail.com<mailto:thingee at gmail.com>> wrote:
On 12:35 Oct 28, JJ Asghar wrote:
On 10/28/15 10:35 AM, Mike Perez wrote:
On 14:09 Oct 16, hittang wrote:
Hello,everynoe. Can anybody help me for installing magnum? I have an
openstack installtion,which has one controller node, one network node, and
server computes node. Now, I want to install magnum, and to manage docker
I was not able to find this information in the Magnum wiki , except for the
developer quick start. Doing a quick search, other related threads point
to the dev docs for installation, which is developer centric.
Adrian, is this something missing in documentation, or did we miss it?
 - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Magnum
Yep, this would be awesome. It's neat to see the integrations with
DevStack, but getting it to work in a "prod" environment seems confusing
I've attempted a couple times now, and failed each one. I'm more then
willing to help debug/QA the docs that yall decide to put together.
Since we're doing so much talk about Magnum in Keynotes for the Tokyo OpenStack
summit, and there are install confusion, we should probably work on that.
I have raised this in the next meeting , which I will bring up this thread
 - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/Containers#Agenda_for_2015-11-03_1600_UTC
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