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2015-05-11 07:23:46 -0600 commented answer On a production environment, can OpenStack controller nodes be run as virtual machines?

Thanks. So any specific challenges due to the fact that they are running as VMs? The reason why I ask this is, I don't see many reference architectures pointing to run the controllers as VMs.

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On a production setup, can OpenStack controller nodes be run as virtual machines? Are there any implications of running the controllers as VMs? Have you seen a production environment where the controllers are run as Highly Available virtual machines ?

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2014-08-25 02:51:42 -0600 asked a question z/vm support on Openstack

The 'HypervisorSupport Matrix' of Openstack does not list z/VM as a supported hypervisor but I see on wiki that some Nova-z/VM plugin is available. My Openstack lab consists of a controller node, network node and a compute node. The nodes are VMware esxi guests running RHEL 6.5 and use Icehouse version. I would want to add a z/VM compute node to this environment. Is this technically possible?

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2014-07-30 10:43:34 -0600 edited question Need help with neutron

Hi,

Can someone help me out. I am stuck here for more than a week now.

I am trying my hands with Openstack and having trouble setting up Neutron networking. I am following the 'Openstack Installation Guide for RHEL, centos and Fedora - Icehouse' verbatim and using 3 VMs running RHEL 6.5 on VMware workstation for my setup. This is the initial configuration that I created:

   **Controll Node**    
    Management network = 172.16.141.11 (host only, eth2)

**Network Node**
Management netowrk = 172.16.141.12 (host only, eth3)
Instance tunnel network = 192.168.10.132 (host only, eth1)
External network = eth2 - no ip (Bridged - 10.5.68.0/24)

**Compute Node**
Management netowrk = 172.16.141.13 (host only, eth2)
Instance tunnel network = 192.168.10.133 (host only, eth1)

Down the line I followed the exact steps to 'Create Initial network' and used 10.5.68.100 - 102 as the floating ip range, 10.5.68.1 as the gateway for the external network and 192.168.1.0/24 as the tenant network and 192.168.1.1 as the gateway for the tenant network.

After all this, when I ping the lowest floating Ip (10.5.68.100) as described in 'Verify connectivity it doesnt ping.

What am I missing here? Please let me know if you need any more config files. Any help will be much appreciated.

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