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2015-05-12 17:22:06 -0500 asked a question Is there a feature on the Dashboard/Horizon GUI to display/monitor Open vSwitch port byte/packet counts?

Is there a feature on the Dashboard/Horizon GUI to display/monitor Open vSwitch port byte/packet counts on a network or compute node? Based on service descriptions, it seems the Telemetry service/Ceilometer project might be the best place to look for such a feature. I have done DevStack, Juno, and Kilo installs including Ceilometer and have not seen evidence of such a feature. Perhaps this is something that is added after standard install.

2015-05-12 17:12:15 -0500 asked a question Is there a feature on the Dashboard/Horizon GUI to add-flow, mod-flow, or del-flow in Open vSwitch?

Clearly OpenStack utilizes Open vSwitch (OVS) on both neutron and compute. Just wondering if there is a feature to add-flow or XYZ-flow on the Horizon GUI and have the change propagate to the OVS running on the Compute node. I have done installations of DevStack, Juno, and Kilo an have not found evidence of such a feature. Also, is it safe to assume one can use any of the ovs-xyz CLIs of Open vSwitch (OVS) from the command line on the compute node to perform flow modifications while OpenStack is up and running on the compute node?

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2015-05-11 14:02:34 -0500 asked a question How does one tell when an incremental (point) update release is coming after the 4/30/15 (kilo) release but before the next six month release (Liberty)?

Hi, I'm new to the OpenStack community. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I searched wiki.openstack.org and couldn't seem to find the information on whether an incremental (point) update release after the 4/30/15 (kilo) release but before the next six month release(Liberty) is scheduled or performed on an as needed basis. Based on looking at https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Kilo_..., it looks like the 4/30/15 (kilo) release is tagged 2015.1.0, my guess is an incremental (point) update release might be tagged 2015.1.1? Has it been determined when 2015.1.1 is coming?

2015-05-11 13:35:57 -0500 commented question I upgraded from juno to kilo, why am I missing the openstack script/program used in the kilo install manual?

Thank you codebauss. pip got me the missing script/program, openstack. Additionally, in looking for instructions on pip, the link at at http://docs.openstack.org/user-guide/... confirms codebauss's understanding, keystone is deprecated.

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2015-05-08 17:32:35 -0500 asked a question I upgraded from juno to kilo, why am I missing the openstack script/program used in the kilo install manual?

After upgrading from juno to kilo on Ubuntu 14.04, the script/program named "openstack" seems to be absent. Prior to the upgrade, juno seemed to be running fine. The first of many steps in the install manual that use the "openstack" script/program is the step 'openstack service create --type identity --description "OpenStack Identity" keystone' on page 38 of the 5/6/2015 kilo install manual for Ubuntu 14.04.

Does the "openstack" script/program replace the keystone CLI ( script/program)?

I performed the upgrade on all physical machines by doing the following all from page 28 of same manual:

# apt-get install ubuntu-cloud-keyring
# echo "deb http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical.com/ubuntu" "trusty-updates/kilo main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cloudarchive-kilo.list
# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade

A lot of items were installed/ updated but not the "openstack" script/program.

I could not find instructions on upgrading from juno to kilo elsewhere.

2015-05-08 17:32:35 -0500 asked a question I upgraded from juno to kilo, why am I missing the openstack script/program from the kilo install manual?

After upgrading from juno to kilo on Ubuntu 14.04, the script/program named "openstack" seems to be absent. Prior to the upgrade, juno seemed to be running fine. The first of many steps in the install manual that use the "openstack" script/program is the step 'openstack service create --type identity --description "OpenStack Identity" keystone' on page 38 of the 5/6/2015 kilo install manual for Ubuntu 14.04.

Does the "openstack" script/program replace the keystone CLI ( script/program)?

I performed the upgrade on all physical machines by doing the following all from page 28 of same manual:

# apt-get install ubuntu-cloud-keyring
# echo "deb http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical.com/ubuntu" "trusty-updates/kilo main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cloudarchive-kilo.list
# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade

A lot of items were installed/ updated but not the "openstack" script/program.

I could not find instructions on upgrading from juno to kilo elsewhere.