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2016-10-21 04:08:05 -0500 answered a question Is it wise to set up a sdn controller on an openstack VM

Personally, I think this setup doesn't have a clear structure. SDN controller, if launched in a VM, will be connected to a flow switch controlled by the SDN controller itself. I feel rather comfortable if the SDN controller is deployed as a openstack service or neutron plugin if available and exposes itself to orchestration via a Rest API.

2016-10-19 04:54:47 -0500 asked a question Openstack deployment in vPoD of Intel RSA

Hi,

Does anyone know if there is a solution available to deploy Openstack in a vPoD created op top of Intel RSA? As far as I understand, a vPoD can be created in RSA so a group of baremetal instances will be available for openstack installation. But how would this work together with openstack deployment tool, such as Redhat director and Mirantis Fuel master?

BR/Guan Ye

2016-10-11 03:51:44 -0500 asked a question Why customized interfaces not persistent after hard rebooting?

I have started a VyOSVM via Horizon. The VM has five network interfaces attached to OVS bridge br-int. For experiment, I further added two more interfaces manually to this VM in its libvirt.xml, following instructions in https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/5415/customize-libvirtxml-for-an-instance/ (https://ask.openstack.org/en/question...). these two interfaces are connected to br-ex instead of br-int.

However, after hard rebooting VM (soft rebooting doesn't work) the two newly added interfaces disappear and only the initial five remains.

My question: how to make this manual update survive against rebooting?