[Openstack] How to expand /boot size in Fuel deployment?
missile0407 at gmail.com
Thu May 26 12:17:32 UTC 2016
Hi Vladimir, Thanks for reply & answer!
I'll try it!
2016-05-26 16:43 GMT+08:00 Vladimir Kozhukalov <vkozhukalov at mirantis.com>:
> 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
> cd /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/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.
> Vladimir Kozhukalov
> 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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