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Is there a way to convert a nova-network install over to quantum?

asked 2013-03-27 15:25:06 -0500

I am using Rackspace Opencenter to install a Folsom based OpenStack deployment for various reasons, what I would like to do is translate this install over to use quantum instead of the flatDHCP multi_host mode network that it defaults to. I was wondering if someone had done this before and or knew if it there was a tried and true way of doing so, or is it "take a look at the docs and uninstall/reconfigure what is needed"

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answered 2013-03-27 16:55:25 -0500

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Hi Ryan,

Unfortunately, there's not automated way to do this. I know garyk has talked about working on something along these lines in the future.

Its also worth pointing out that the functional equivalent to nova multi-host will only be available in havana for quantum, though grizzly quantum is able to spread load across multiple network nodes for processing l3

dan

On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 8:26 AM, Ryan Wallner < question225282@answers.launchpad.net > wrote:

New question #225282 on quantum: https://answers.launchpad.net/quantum/+question/225282 (https://answers.launchpad.net/quantum...)

I am using Rackspace Opencenter to install a Folsom based OpenStack deployment for various reasons, what I would like to do is translate this install over to use quantum instead of the flatDHCP multi_host mode network that it defaults to. I was wondering if someone had done this before and or knew if it there was a tried and true way of doing so, or is it "take a look at the docs and uninstall/reconfigure what is needed"

Thanks


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answered 2013-03-27 17:07:46 -0500

thanks dan,

right, in this case I am not actually trying to duplicate the multi host functionality, it just so happens to be the default opencenter uses for the folsom install. Ultimately opencenter uses chef for devops, so supporting a quantum install for folsom may be the road I take.

thanks again for your response.

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