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CLI to print complete open-stack configuration?

asked 2018-12-17 01:44:59 -0500

M Raghu gravatar image

I created a bunch of VMs, Nets, Sub nets etc. Now I forgot what configs I've done in past. Is there a command ( single command) to dump my entire open stack and it's components configuration..? Just like "show running-config" in router, if any network folks are here.

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answered 2018-12-17 02:39:36 -0500

You mean a list of all the resources you created in the cloud, correct?

The short answer is no, but it should not be too hard to write a script that first lists all resources (openstack server list etc), then shows their details (openstack server show etc).

Alternatively, or as a complement, you can use the GUI. It even has a graphical representation (actually not one, but two) of your network resources.

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