[Openstack] Fwd: Re: How to make DevStack install OpenStack with Neutron?
Ian Y. Choi
ian at naimnetworks.com
Tue Oct 7 02:50:12 UTC 2014
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제목: Re: [Openstack] How to make DevStack install OpenStack with Neutron?
날짜: Tue, 07 Oct 2014 11:48:35 +0900
보낸 사람: Ian Y. Choi <ian at naimnetworks.com>
받는 사람: Mike Spreitzer <mspreitz at us.ibm.com>
I'm not sure which Linux distribution you are using such as Redhat and
But, Hope that the two videos and localrc file would be helpful for you.
- DevStack installation on VirtualBox: Icehouse with Neutron
Video 1: http://youtu.be/zoi8WpGwrXM (Part 1: Installing Ubuntu Linux on
Video 2: http://youtu.be/1GgODv34E08 (Part 2: Installing DevStack with
Localrc file: http://goo.gl/OeOGq
Mike Spreitzer wrote, on 10/7/2014 8:56 AM:
> > From: Salvatore Orlando <sorlando at nicira.com>
> > To: Mike Spreitzer/Watson/IBM at IBMUS
> > Cc: OpenStack <openstack at lists.openstack.org>
> > Date: 10/06/2014 05:40 PM
> > Subject: Re: [Openstack] How to make DevStack install OpenStack with
> > Some (hopefully) helpful answer inline.
> > Salvatore
> > On 6 October 2014 22:45, Mike Spreitzer <mspreitz at us.ibm.com> wrote:
> > Is it possible to use DevStack to install OpenStack, including
> > Neutron, so that OpenStack can make a VM that can communicate with
> > the world beyond OpenStack? I am looking for a simple localrc or
> > local.conf that will do this.
> > This is a localrc I have been using for ages for launching neutron
> > (with a few changes over time, of course): http://
> > paste.openstack.org/show/119143/
> When I open http://paste.openstack.org/show/119143/in my browser, I
> see this:
> *Internal Server Error*
> The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete
> your request. Either the server is overloaded or there is an error in
> the application.
> > Let us take a concrete example. Suppose I have a machine with one
> NIC, at
> > 10.84.133.238/28. It has a simple routing table: one entry for the
> > local subnet, one default route through a gateway at 10.84.133.225.
> > I have nothing else on the 10.84.133.238/28 subnet, I can use the
> > other addresses (aside from .224 and .239) for VMs. What do I put in
> > my localrc? Do I have to fix up anything after stack.sh completes?
> > If that's your only interface, there is no need to specify anything
> > in localrc.
> You mean I do not have to set PUBLIC_NETWORK_GATEWAY=10.84.133.225 in
> my localrc? I guess I am still confused about a basic fact about
> PUBLIC_NETWORK_GATEWAY: is this the IP address of a pre-existing
> gateway between my host's subnet and the wider world, or is it the IP
> address that DevStack will assign to a gateway that DevStack creates
> between OpenStack's external and private networks?
> > I rarely do that, but if you wish to use flat or vlan networking
> > you'll probably need to specify the name of a bridge in localrc.
> To start with, I'll settle for anything that works.
> > Once I have a working OpenStack, the remaining questions are about
> > how to use it to create a VM with the desired ability. That would
> > be as the demo user, in the demo tenant, right? I would need a
> > security group that allows the desired communication, of course.
> > Create the VM on the private net, give it a floating IP on the
> > public network. Any tricks missed here?
> > Devstack will give you a private network connected to a router which
> > is uplinked to the external network. So you're right - you just need
> > to boot a vm and assign a floating ip to its port.
> > Does it matter whether my machine at 10.84.133.238 is a bare metal
> > machine or a VM in some undercloud?
> > I don't think it matters, at least with the ML2 plugin and OVS/LB
> > mech drivers - plus other plugins I know of. But restrictions might
> > exist with other plugins of which I'm not aware.
> > Does it matter whether my machine has multiple ethN interfaces that
> > have been bonded to make the interface (named bond0) in use?
> > I don't think it matters at all, especially if you have a single
> node setup.
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