[Openstack] How to expand /boot size in Fuel deployment?
vkozhukalov at mirantis.com
Thu May 26 08:43:20 UTC 2016
Currently boot size is hard coded  (for most cases 200M is enough), but
it is definitely possible to change it. The following procedure could help
dockerctl shell nailgun
sed "s;'calc_boot_size': lambda: 200,;'calc_boot_size': lambda: 300,;"
find -name "*.pyc" -delete
supervisorctl nailgun restart
Then add another node to the cluster, it should have 300M /boot partition.
On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 1:03 PM, Eddie Yen <missile0407 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone, this is my first time ask questions to this mailing list.
> Apologize first that I'm not good at English. I'll try to ask the question
> on English clearly.
> Welcome to ask if I got nay details that I'm not write it clear.
> I'm using Fuel 7.0 to deploy my OpenStack environment (Kilo, of course).
> Now I'm trying to add one of node into my exist environment.
> Problem is, this node will going to test kernel after the deployment.
> But the default /boot size is too small for me (which is 200MB only.)
> I searched Fuel documents and found that it can set on Fuel provisioning
> setting (by edit YAML file.)
> But I'm not sure how to edit it, because this node had 2 hard drives
> (without RAID).
> And I can see two /boot size options in YAML file.
> Does anyone know how to expand kernel partition?
> Many thanks,
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