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masakari with devstack rocky installation set up

asked 2019-04-08 11:10:43 -0600

sanjay khuntia gravatar image

Hi All, I have currently a working devstack rocky setup running in a single node installation with all minimal services configured to run through the configuration file local.conf. I want to add the new masakari service introduced in rocky release to this existing installation. What additional configuration changes do I have to make so that this new services will be added to my already created openstack environment? Is there any other pre-requisite services except nova and keystone to be installed before masakari can be added to the existing environment?

Is there any additional deployment tools to include masakari to any existing openstack environment?

thanks a lot for your replies. best rgds,

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answered 2019-04-09 23:55:36 -0600

updated 2019-04-10 00:04:34 -0600

According to the overview page, nothing else is needed..

If you don’t mind setting up Devstack from scratch once more, there are instructions how to include Masakari in the Devstack deployment. If you want to add it to the running Devstack, you clone it from Git and configure it manually. You could follow the Devstack scripts.

As far as general deployment is concerned, it looks like you will have to clone it from Git.

DISCLAIMER: I have never used or even studied this service.

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Thank you Bernd Bausch. The above links are really helpful to me. I followed the steps but somehow I am facing issues with the installation. I will post the issues in a separate forum question. best rgds

sanjay khuntia gravatar imagesanjay khuntia ( 2019-04-11 10:35:04 -0600 )edit

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