[Openstack] Using DevStack for exploring energy efficient VM placement algorithms

Mark Kirkwood mark.kirkwood at catalyst.net.nz
Mon Feb 23 21:33:05 UTC 2015

You can certainly use devstack with multiple nodes:


With respect to controlling which compute node gets a given instance, I 
think you will need to mess with the Nova Scheduler (filters):




On 23/02/15 23:18, Claudio Pupparo wrote:
> Hi,
> My master's thesis is about VM consolidation in OpenStack. I have done
> an extension to OpenStack Neat
> http://openstack-neat.org/
> I have used a cluster for testing, but I think you can also use DevStack
> in a multi node installation.
> About temperature, I've found this in the Ceilometer documentation
> http://docs.openstack.org/developer/ceilometer/measurements.html#ironic-hardware-ipmi-sensor-data
> Cheers,
> Claudio
> http://docs.openstack.org/developer/ceilometer/measurements.html#ironic-hardware-ipmi-sensor-data
> Il 23/02/2015 05:49, #PATHANGI JANARDHANAN JATINSHRAVAN# ha scritto:
>> Hi everyone,
>>                  My PhD thesis is based on improving data center
>> efficiency by using a different VM placement algorithm. Is it possible
>> to use DevStack for testing these algorithms? Can I modify nova to use
>> parameters like temperature?

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