[Openstack] 答复: cleaning up orphans

Chenrui (A) kiwik.chenrui at huawei.com
Wed Oct 23 07:43:44 UTC 2013

Results of the discussions of this bug might solve your problem


发件人: James [mailto:jameszee13 at gmail.com]
发送时间: 2013年10月23日 9:57
收件人: Razique Mahroua
抄送: openstack at lists.openstack.org
主题: Re: [Openstack] cleaning up orphans

Thanks for reply Razique. We are running Grizzly.

Is there a programmatic way to do this, via API? Would be nice to script this using the API if possible.

A related question: is there a way to force the deletion of all related objects when a tenant is removed?


On Tuesday, October 22, 2013, Razique Mahroua wrote:
Hi James,
which version of OpenStack?
Everything is saved into DB, so retrieve the tenant ID (you can maybe go through the "instances" table inside Nova DB), and that would be a good start I think.

Le 2013-10-22 à 17:30, James <jameszee13 at gmail.com<javascript:;>> a écrit :

> All,
> Let's say a tenant is removed via keystone without first removing
> networks, routers or instances. Is there a good way to "find" these
> orphan objects to then remove them manually?
> Looking to clean some "hanging" objects in a fairly large cloud.
> Thanks!
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