[Openstack] Manually freeing an IP address
sorlando at nicira.com
Wed Aug 7 16:10:28 UTC 2013
As Ashok said, Aaron is working on a patch for removing the need for
holding an IP.
This will make IP addresses immediately reusable, thus removing the 'hold'
This is however not likely to be backported to grizzly; it will be an
On 7 August 2013 17:44, Ashok Kumaran <ashokkumaran.b at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hope you might be interested in this
> On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 9:00 PM, Kenneth Koski <ken at songwhale.com> wrote:
>> I'm working with OpenStack Grizzly, and I'm looking to be able to remove
>> an assigned IP address and reassign it fairly quickly (in the course of
>> several seconds). However, it looks like Grizzly will hold on to an IP
>> address in accordance with the DHCP lease time. Right now, my solution
>> is to delete the row from the ipallocations table, but this doesn't
>> quite work. I believe that I need to modify the ipavailabilityranges
>> table as well in order to get it to work. It seems like there should be
>> a better way to do this, though. Is there some way of manually freeing
>> up an IP address and reassigning it?
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