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2014-02-13 22:51:30 -0500 commented answer Associate public ip to vm's interface

BTW - why can't you use a floating-ip? It's still technically nat, but it should work with pretty much anything.

2014-02-13 22:50:44 -0500 commented answer Associate public ip to vm's interface

If you can't delete it thats a bug - file that please. Do you have DHCP enabled on your public network range? If not, thats why it didn't get an IP. YOu might want to have the VM be dual-legged - eth0 on the overlay private network, eth1 on the public network.

2014-02-13 20:29:56 -0500 answered a question Associate public ip to vm's interface

You need to boot the vm with the --nic net_id=UUID_OF_PUBLIC_NET and then it will get plugged directly in. Your hypervisor needs access to that provider network of course.

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2013-10-21 21:03:43 -0500 answered a question how many openstack deployments are there?

http://personal.crocodoc.com/4YprKmn - there are over 151 cloud operators out there according to the user survey, and 197 reported deployments.

2013-07-23 06:32:56 -0500 answered a question Where is the image?

I'm not sure where a pre-built image is, but disk-image-create outputs to . by default. so -o hadoop_1_1_2 will build ./hadoop_1_1_2.qcow2