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What is the best practice to deploy an all in one node grizzly openstack infrastructure on a single server after a clean install on ubuntu12.04 [closed]

asked 2014-03-01 11:54:05 -0500

Kevin.TK gravatar image

Wondering what the best installation practice on grizzly openstack all in one node is for a single server on a clean install of ubuntu 12.04. After having some problems walking through some tutorials of the install I am going to start from scratch again and would really like to get this working as soon as possible. Thanks for any help !

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answered 2014-03-05 18:39:39 -0500

You can use the most current Havana devstack, and either use nova networking or neutron networking by following the guide on the devstack site. Basically you download the installer and then run it (./stack.sh) to build you environment.

http://devstack.org/

You will see a much updated GUI and the new features coming into play in Havana vs Grizzly.

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answered 2014-03-02 00:30:07 -0500

dheeru gravatar image
See if the following link help you which is written by you.

http://virtual2privatecloud.com/openstack-install-strategy-proof-concept-beginners/

If you need any help please reach out to me. I can surely help you.
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Hey Dheeru, is there anyway I can get your email, just have a couple more questions after reading your guide. I am a student trying to setup openstack for production with the all in one single node deployment. Thanks for any help. Much appreciated! I was planning on using http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/OpenStack:Grizzly:All-In-One%3C/p%3E (http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/OpenStack:Grizzly:All-In-One)

Kevin.TK gravatar imageKevin.TK ( 2014-03-04 17:31:59 -0500 )edit

try to use public channels to communicate (mailing list, maybe) so others can help and learn from your experience. Private channels prevent the community to grow.

smaffulli gravatar imagesmaffulli ( 2014-03-05 20:14:52 -0500 )edit

Sure. Based on the discussion with these guys, I always share it back my experience and troubleshooting to this forum itself as answer. I'm not keeping anything to myself. Many of these issues require continous chat and sending the logs back/forth and immediate response. I always did through skype or gmail. I openstack provides any such specific channel do let me know. I used freenode once. I mixed up so many conversations. Please remember I'm not keeping any of my experience/ans with me. I will be back here with answer.

dheeru gravatar imagedheeru ( 2014-03-05 22:27:36 -0500 )edit
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answered 2014-03-06 05:11:14 -0500

RomilGupta gravatar image

Hi,

Please find the link below to deploy Grizzly Openstack on single node:

http://ilearnstack.com/2013/04/26/setting-up-a-single-node-openstack-environment/

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answered 2014-03-05 22:25:58 -0500

waqasriaz gravatar image

Try this one

https://github.com/mseknibilel/OpenSt...

I installed single node openstack grizzly from this guide. It worked for me everytime.

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Okay so if i have my eth0 connected to my public network at the moment and eth1 for my internal network, would it be possible to just switch my eth0 and eth1 in the etc/network/interfaces to run these scripts?

Kevin.TK gravatar imageKevin.TK ( 2014-03-11 18:39:46 -0500 )edit

eth0 would be physically connected with public network. so just altering the interface scripts will not change the physical links, you have to interchange the ethernet connections also. In you case it would be better to use eth0 for public network and eth1 for internal network.

waqasriaz gravatar imagewaqasriaz ( 2014-03-12 01:36:23 -0500 )edit

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