Deleting a project leaves associated routers and instances behind

asked 2015-03-19 04:25:55 -0600

ipuc gravatar image

updated 2015-03-19 17:10:09 -0600

smaffulli gravatar image

Hi, I've installed OpenStack(Juno) with 5 compute node, 1 network node and 1 controller node, using CentOS 7. I have a problem now. If the admin delete a project without before deleting router and instances(with floating ip) associated they remain in the ports of the external-network and I have to disassociate from the mariadb. It is normal? I've another question. I should add the storage node. It is possibile to configure it(Juno) with CentOS 6 even if the other node use the CentOS 7? thank you

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answered 2015-03-31 02:13:27 -0600

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about the second question, I try it with a different version of Centos in the storage node and it not works!!!

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answered 2015-04-01 20:52:50 -0600

don gravatar image

Use ospurge ( ) for deleting a user or tenant and cleaning up their resources.

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answered 2015-03-19 07:40:02 -0600

Regarding your second question, Yes you can. As long as the storage node (or any other node) is able to communicate using the endpoints, it should be fine.

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answered 2015-03-19 08:00:48 -0600

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There is an entry in answer-file :-


During multinode packstack deployment it will result cinder-volume service to run on particular host. It also requires correct configuration of entries

# A single or comma separated list of gluster volume shares to mount,
# eg: ip-address:/vol-name, domain:/vol-name

# A single or comma seprated list of NFS exports to mount, eg: ip-
# address:/export-name

I am not sure about CentOS versions.

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