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Openstack resource integration

asked 2014-01-21 11:23:00 -0500

srinivaseu gravatar image

Hi,

I have two different physical servers installed with openstack.

First server is running with 20 vCPUs and second one is with 16 vCPUs.

Now i want to integrate both vCPU resources together and through one Dashboard i want to access combined(36 vCPUs) resources.

i referred Openstack Heat service to find solution,But didn't find any solution.

Any other tools or service will solve my problem?

simply My requirement is,Is there any possible way to cluster the resources of two openstack servers?

In vCenter server we can add Esxi hosts and make as cluster and we can use pool of resources right.?

In openstack also can we do this kind of aggregation?

Thanks&Regards, Srinivasa reddy.

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answered 2014-01-22 09:48:59 -0500

mrunge gravatar image

You didn't answer the question: Do you use two separate installations, i.e. two keystones etc...?

I'm afraid, there is no option to "merge" two OpenStack clusters in one (if that's the question).

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answered 2014-01-21 11:36:28 -0500

mrunge gravatar image

Do I understand this right, you're running two installations, i.e. two keystones? If you have one installation, with one keystone, you can have (nearly) as many compute nodes as you'd like to.

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