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2014-12-21 05:27:31 -0600 commented answer Starting with RDO installation

--allinone Shorthand for --install-hosts=<local ipaddr=""> --novanetwork-pubif=<dev> --novacompute-privif=lo --novanetwork-privif=lo --os-swift-install=y --nagios-install=y , this option can be used to install an all in one OpenStack on the host

2014-12-21 05:26:08 -0600 commented answer Starting with RDO installation

--answer-file=ANSWER_FILE Runs the configuration in non-interactive mode, extracting all information from the configuration file. using this option excludes all other options

2014-12-21 05:24:46 -0600 commented answer Starting with RDO installation

--gen-answer-file=GEN_ANSWER_FILE Generate a template of an answer file, using this option excludes all other options

2014-12-21 05:21:45 -0600 answered a question Starting with RDO installation

i recommend you to use the answerfile option... this could save you a lot of headaches when running the allinone installation again (passwords, configuration, etc...)

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2014-11-20 07:55:30 -0600 commented answer can't remove router, spanning tree

isn't this a workaround? you can probably do everything from the DB, but will it be good for the environment? i don't like doing those kind of things (from experience) and i think there should be a procedure of openstack to do this...

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2014-11-19 06:13:12 -0600 commented question can't remove router, spanning tree

this is what i'm afraid of too, i'll update as soon as i'll be able to move/terminate the VMs

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2014-11-19 05:11:37 -0600 commented question can't remove router, spanning tree

tried that, getting the same error... i think that i need to remove all floating IPs and then i'll be able to delete the router, this probably means some downtime

2014-11-19 02:33:23 -0600 commented question can't remove router, spanning tree

i really don't need the extra router, it's actually the cause of the ping loss... i just want to remove the extra router if only i could get the router to detach itself from the private network...

2014-11-19 02:25:41 -0600 asked a question can't remove router, spanning tree

i have 2 networks (private and public), i have 2 routers (both routers are between the two networks),

now all instances created after the creation of the second router have low ping success rate, what should i do to solve the issue? (other then removing all and rebuilding my network...)

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2014-10-30 09:01:44 -0600 asked a question updating instances (yum / apt-get) hangs most times

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