[Openstack] Wordpress template

Scott Lowe scott.lowe at scottlowe.org
Tue Aug 12 12:23:14 UTC 2014

Kumar, check these two articles to see if they help at all:



If I'm correctly reading the sample template you're using, it looks like you should just need to create a Neutron port on each network (referencing the network's ID when creating it) and then reference those ports when creating the instance.

Also, refer to Clint Byrum's reply to you dated 08 Aug 2014, in which he mentioned adding this text to the properties section (I'm assuming he means the properties section of the web server):

       - { network: public }
       - { network: private }

I hope this helps.

On Aug 12, 2014, at 12:34 AM, <yalla.gnan.kumar at accenture.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I have a three node Icehouse installation on Ubuntu platform. I have installed neutron and provided networking to the instances. I used neutron to create two
> networks. One is private and other is public.  I have installed heat packages and want to test a simple wordpress template downloaded from the following link:
> https://raw.github.com/openstack/heat-templates/master/cfn/F17/WordPress_Composed_Instances.template
> But the stack creation is  failing showing that multiple networks are found.  I tried some methods but did not work. How can I mention the networks in the template ?
> Thanks
> Kumar

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