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RDO allinone on CentOS disk usage [closed]

asked 2015-07-08 11:58:28 -0600

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updated 2015-07-10 10:01:08 -0600

I have installed RDO allinone (kilo) on a CentOS image. I am looking for details on the disk setup. From what I see, I have two Volume Groups - 'centos' (swap, home, and root) and 'cinder-volumes' that is mapped over a loopback file (/var/lib/cinder/cinder-volumes ~22gig). I also have another fs in fstab (/srv/node/swiftloopback) mounted over a loopback file (/srv/loopback-device/swiftloopback ~ 2gig). I want to expand/move the backing disk for cinder and swift from the smaller looback files to some SAN storage. Also, I have read that the cinder volume may not be available after a boot (as its not in the fstab - is that true?). I am trying to build a proof of concept system on a single host that has plenty of disk (expandable SAN). Any help on with a roadmap to get to the SAN based storage would be a big help (and an explanation of the differences of the cinder vs swift definitions of the loopback files). Thanks in advance! Update: Reboot of host did not lose cinder-volume.

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Closed for the following reason question is not relevant or outdated by rbowen
close date 2016-07-05 09:30:38.824873

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answered 2016-07-05 09:30:31 -0600

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The version you have asked about has been marked End Of Life. Please open a new issue if you're still experiencing the problem in a supported release of OpenStack. (See http://releases.openstack.org/ )

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