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heat minimum number of instances and autoscaling

asked 2015-10-07 04:39:16 -0500

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hi,

I have a heat script that implements an auto scaling group. I have defined a minimum of two instances and a maximum of five. After the stack is deployed I have two instances. When I put one instance unnder load I see the number of VMs increase to five. I have a few questions about the results I got with some test that are not what I expected;

  1. After the deployment I delete (not stop, but delete) one instance. I expected the heat script to create a new Vm since I specified a minimum number of two. It does not.

  2. After putting one under load I got five VMs. The four machines not having any load are under the threshold i defined to scale down. The system starts to scale down and eliminates four VMs. Two things are strange here:

  3. I expected only three since my minimum specified was two, and more surprising
  4. the VM under load got killed, I end up with a VM that does not have any load.

Anyone to comment on this. My openstack version is juno and there is no loadbalances between the VMs.

Tnx in advance for any answers.

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answered 2016-04-08 00:23:55 -0500

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Someting smells like bugs. Well, we now have the senlin service released with Mitaka. It is a clustering service (http://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/senlin). Requirements like this one can be easily met using senlin now.

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