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Answer above will provide you set up running a bunch hardly restart-able openstack daemons which might good only for testing the most recent commits in upstream git repos.

Any Openstack deployment presumes reading by configuration utility ( packstack or TripleoO ) configuration files and setup required services on each node mentioned in config files along with proper vlans set up (TripleO/TripleO QuickStart )

See https://www.rdoproject.org/install/quickstart/

Answer above will provide you set up running a bunch hardly restart-able openstack daemons which might be good only for testing the most recent commits in upstream git repos.

Any Openstack deployment presumes reading by configuration utility ( packstack or TripleoO ) configuration files and setup required services on each node mentioned in config files along with proper vlans set up (TripleO/TripleO QuickStart )

See https://www.rdoproject.org/install/quickstart/

Answer above Devstack will provide you set up running a bunch hardly restart-able openstack daemons which might be good only for testing the most recent commits in upstream git repos.

Any Openstack deployment presumes reading by configuration utility ( packstack or TripleoO ) configuration files and setup required services on each node mentioned in config files along with proper vlans set up (TripleO/TripleO QuickStart )

See https://www.rdoproject.org/install/quickstart/