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Is there any way anlyzing nova log files to make sure Juno doesn't force file injection when launching VM ?

asked 2014-12-03 12:38:14 -0500

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Yes, testing value injection_partition (from -1 to - 2 ) in nova.conf on compute node as in the thread
it's possible to see that on CentOS 7 both options allow to boot instances. My question is : would it be possible to analyze Juno log files , most probably from /var/log/nova to verify that Juno doesn't force this feature and behaves here in the same way as IceHouse did. I was able to check nova/virt/libvirt/ (on Juno) and make sure that updates done for 2014.1 release are in the same place, but nothing is present in nova logs, regarding this question.

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answered 2014-12-10 03:36:58 -0500

The nova.virt.disk.api module has a method inject_data which is used for injecting the files. This method logs on debug level "Inject data ...". I would assume if this message is not available in your logs, the injection of files was not forced.

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