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2017-01-26 07:03:38 -0600 commented answer display the openstack version

It works ! Thank you so much !

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2017-01-26 06:26:56 -0600 answered a question display the openstack version

Thanks for your answers

The command nova-manage doesn't exist in my Openstack .I have HP Openstack (HPE Helion) it's probably the cause

The commands "neutron --version" / "nova --version" / "openstack --version" works !

"Openstack --version" return : openstack 1.7.3

What is this 1.7.3 ??

Thank you

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2017-01-25 09:28:39 -0600 asked a question display the openstack version

Hello

I am looking for which command to display the openstack version? "Nova-manage --version" does not work

I'm using HP Helion

thank you

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2016-12-20 20:59:27 -0600 asked a question Tools to compare two platforms?

Hello,

I manage an OpenStack cloud and I would like to know if there are tools to compare two platforms? (For example the tool analyzes and marks that on a platform there is such module and not on the other, that there are 2 compute nodes more, that it uses x of disk space etc ...)

Does it exist?

Thank you

2016-12-20 20:59:27 -0600 asked a question Tool to compare two platforms?

Hello,

I run an Openstack cloud and I would like to know if there are tools to compare two platforms? (For example the tool analyzes and marks that on a platform there is such a module and not on the other, that there are 2 compute nodes more, that uses so much disk space etc ...)

Is there an existing tool to compare two platforms?

thank you