[Openstack] Host aggregates and availability zones.
Balaji Narayanan (பாலாஜி நாராயணன்)
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Fri Nov 6 07:49:12 UTC 2015
I had this question a couple of days back and searching around found
this nice explanation:
So yes, if you create a new host aggregate, and pass an AZ name to it,
users can use that to boot VMs with the --availability-zoe option.
By default, default_schedule_zone points to nova in
/etc/nova/nova.conf. So when no AZ is explicitly called out, the VM
will boot in one of the default_schedule_zone.
On 5 November 2015 at 10:51, Ken D'Ambrosio <ken at jots.org> wrote:
> Trying to get a good idea of how they work. As I get it, host aggregates
> are collections of (not necessarily mutually exclusive) hosts that share a
> metadata value. And they can be part of availability zones which can be
> (say) specific to networking hardware, or CPU, or something. What I'm
> trying to accomplish is something where generic VMs being fired use the
> default zone, "nova", but *only* ones where I specify a different zone --
> say, superfastcpu -- will make use of that zone. Do I have it right? Or
> will VMs that I fire up where I don't specify a zone eventually make use of
> the superfastcpu zone?
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