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2016-10-31 17:32:15 -0500 asked a question Hyper-v instance naming

I'm using OpenStack with nova on a Hyper-V host and was wondering if there is a way to specify the prefix given to the VM name in Hyper-V.

When I launch an instance on my controller, the Hyper-V VMs are spawned with a name resembling "instance-0000xx". I would like to be able to add a metadata value that would cause VMs spawned for that particular instance to be named "MyName-0000xx"

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2016-10-31 16:36:28 -0500 commented answer Change Glance image location

Ok got it working. Had to make the glance account owner of the mount point: (

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2016-10-30 04:28:55 -0500 commented answer Change Glance image location

It appeared to work, but when I try adding an image it fails with the

410 Gone: Error in store configuration. Adding images to store is disabled. (HTTP N/A)

Did some research on that and no changes in the glance-api.conf file that people recommended seemed to work.

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2016-10-24 02:11:28 -0500 asked a question Change Glance image location

I'm running an OpenStack all-in-one controller VM on a Hyper-V host build with v-magine/devstack/RDO. The images uploaded appear to be in a local XFS mount point:

[root@rdo ~(keystone_admin)]# df -h
Filesystem                   Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/centos_rdo-root   36G   33G  3.8G  90% /

Unfortunately, I would like to add more than 36G's of images--is there anyway to either change the location that Glance uses to store added images, or increase the size of centos_rdo-root?