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I know you don't want to use DevStack, but one thing you could try is to deploy DevStack Newton, grab all the configuration files of all the services, and then use them as a working reference to deploy DevStack on a multi-node testbed and change the configuration files as needed.

I've written a detailed blog to deploy DevStack Newton if you'd like to refer:

https://communities.cisco.com/community/developer/openstack/blog/2016/12/03/how-to-stack-devstack-newton-on-centos-7-in-virtualbox-on-mac

I know you don't want to use DevStack, but one thing you could try is to deploy DevStack Newton, grab all the configuration files of all the services, and then use them as a working reference to deploy DevStack on a multi-node testbed and change the configuration files as needed.

I've written a detailed blog to deploy DevStack Newton if you'd like to refer:

https://communities.cisco.com/community/developer/openstack/blog/2016/12/03/how-to-stack-devstack-newton-on-centos-7-in-virtualbox-on-mac

I know you don't want to use DevStack, but one thing you could try is to deploy DevStack Newton, grab all the configuration files of all the services, and then use them as a working reference to deploy DevStack Newton on a multi-node testbed and change the configuration files as needed.

I've written a detailed blog to deploy DevStack Newton if you'd like to refer:

https://communities.cisco.com/community/developer/openstack/blog/2016/12/03/how-to-stack-devstack-newton-on-centos-7-in-virtualbox-on-mac