[Openstack] api to get info on compute node

raghavendra.lad at accenture.com raghavendra.lad at accenture.com
Thu Aug 1 07:28:40 UTC 2013


I do not see the Network node. But al other nodes are visible.

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Raghavendra Lad

From: Tiantian Gao [mailto:gtt116 at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 9:07 AM
To: mcheung63
Cc: openstack at lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [Openstack] api to get info on compute node

you can try:
nova --debug host-list

the output looks like:
| host_name   | service     | zone     |
| tt-devstack | conductor   | internal |
| tt-devstack | compute     | az2,az   |
| tt-devstack | cert        | internal |
| tt-devstack | network     | internal |
| tt-devstack | scheduler   | internal |
| tt-devstack | consoleauth | internal |

2013/7/30 mcheung63 <mcheung63 at hotmail.com<mailto:mcheung63 at hotmail.com>>
hi all
    is there any api to retrieve the informat of comoute nodes? i want to know how many compute node is connected to control node(horizon)?

stupid question: why always a [Openstack] in the email subject?

from Peter

-------- 原有訊息 --------
由: Andrew Ruthven <andrew at etc.gen.nz<mailto:andrew at etc.gen.nz>>
日期: 2013-07-30 19:03 (GMT+08:00)
至: openstack at lists.openstack.org<mailto:openstack at lists.openstack.org>
主題: [Openstack] Inaugral Meeting of the NZ OpenStack Users Group


A bunch of us who are working with OpenStack in New Zealand are putting
together a users group. If you're working with or on OpenStack, or even
if you just want to, then we'd love to hear from you.

The first meeting is to determine where everyone is at with OpenStack.
Do you have a 3 node or a 10,000 node cluster[1]? Are you a core
developer on an OpenStack project, or do you want to be? (Does that
thought terrify you? That's okay as well.)

>From this initial meeting we'd like to work out what topic areas are of
interest to the larger group, and who is willing to talk about their
areas of interest.

Practical details:

When:     6pm on 26 August
Duration: Probably an hour and a half
Website:  http://www.meetup.com/New-Zealand-OpenStack-User-Group
  Level 3
  Catalyst House
  150 Willis Street
  New Zealand

The front door of Catalyst House locks at 6pm, there'll be a sign on the
door with someones' phone number on it.

There'll be beer, non-beer and nibbles. [2]


[0] This footnote pointed to http://www.openstack.org for non-OpenStack folks
[1] You don't need to have a cluster to come along, that's okay, we can
help there as well.
[2] Thank you to Catalyst IT for sponsoring this event.

Andrew Ruthven, Wellington, New Zealand
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