[Openstack] Question About Multinode and Swift

Mahardhika mahardika.gilang at andalabs.com
Thu Sep 5 06:28:27 UTC 2013

So, in this case we can't separate them to another server?
so thats mean we need large hardisk for compute node, is that right?
On 9/5/2013 12:48 PM, Gangur, Hrushikesh (HP Converged Cloud - R&D - 
Sunnyvale) wrote:
> vm instances' root and ephemeral disk data are stored in compute node's /var/lib/nova/instances. for storing user data i.e persistent, you must use cinder's block storage or swifts object store.
> Cheers ~hrushi
> On Sep 4, 2013, at 10:19 PM, "Mahardhika" <mahardika.gilang at andalabs.com> wrote:
>> Dear all, i have some question around my head.
>> 1. i have compute node and running KVM hypervisor in there, controller node and network node.
>> question is, in where data that instance run store? is it on compute node?
>> 2. if i want to store all data in separate node let say using swift (swift node), can this happen?
>> 3. what is flavor used to store data? i mean when i create instance with selected flavor(ex:10GB), where that space that would be create? in swift node?
>> 4. So if this can be done, in my compute node is just run KVM, and no data store that. right?
>> Thanks before.
>> -- 
>> Regards,
>> Mahardhika Gilang
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