[Openstack-operators] Generate list of default configuration parameters
dtrainor at redhat.com
Thu Sep 8 15:09:50 UTC 2016
On Wed, Sep 7, 2016 at 7:24 PM, Joseph Bajin <josephbajin at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure if this fits what you need, but the Kolla project produces a
> lot of default values that are included in their deployments. You could
> check that out and see if it works for you.
Joseph, I'll take a closer look at that, thank you.
>> I assuming with your mention of the the python-openstackclient and
>> undercloud.conf that you are talking about TripleO in particular here.
>> Unfortunately at this stage there is no such integration for what you
>> request. If you are interested in all configuration options for
>> undercloud.conf, you can see them in
I should have been more explicit in my initial question - yes, I was
referring to python-tripleoclient, specifically, the values that the
undercloud install would have used as a combination of program defaults and
what was found in an undercloud.conf file. I am familiar with what
undercloud.conf offers out of the box. I was hoping for an interface where
I could query these values and use them programatically, something a little
less messy than using awk sed grep etc.
>> It's worth noting that the functionality you describe by puppet and what
>> is given in 'openstack configuration show' is slightly different as
>> well. Puppet aims to print/provide all possible configuration options
>> you might use in a server or agent configuration
>> (/etc/puppet/puppet.conf) while 'openstack configuration show' provides
>> high level overview of how the openstack cloud is configured including
>> api versions, auth urls, etc. It hasn't got the ability to provide or
>> interrogate specific components about all their potential configuration
>> options for their config files (at least, this is my understanding,
>> someone can correct me here).
Noted, thank you so much for clarifying.
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