[Openstack] Newby question

Diego Parrilla Santamaría diego.parrilla.santamaria at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 08:31:33 UTC 2011

Hi Alexandre,

you can build a simple SingleNode in Flat Network mode with our StackOps
Distro: http://www.stackops.org

Once you have installed and configured the Single Node, then you can go to
/etc/nova/nova-controller.conf and you can find the configuration details.

If you feel brave enough to try a multi node deployment, then the Stackops
Distro will create a specific nova-network configuration file in

Don't forget that starting from Diablo some network configuration stuff
must be performed directly with nova-manage command.


Diego Parrilla
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On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 8:21 AM, Alexandre Parenteau
<aubonbeurre at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
> For my company, I'd like to set-up a nova-compute All-In-One node, to
> replace a eucalyptus cluster which is showing age.
> Unfortunately I'm not well versed in networking, and have trouble
> grasping the difference between the multiple network managers, but I
> think I would need a Flat mode in my case.
> I have a simple question: could someone please provide a functional
> euca.conf, that is using only one NIC, and the relative
> /etc/network/interfaces, for Ubuntu 11.10/Diablo?
> Help much appreciated!
> alex
> p.s.: as a side node, I tried everywhere  the web for an explanation
> of how 'nova-manage network' relates to the flags passed inside
> nova.conf.
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