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2017-08-07 04:33:21 -0600 asked a question Is RYU still supported in OpenStack?

Since OFAgent is not mantained after Mitaka, how could RYU controller be used in the latest OpenStack? Is there any lightweight SDN controller that can be supported in OpenStack except OpenDaylight? Thanks!!

2017-08-07 04:23:12 -0600 asked a question Neutron对RYU的支持

M版之后不再维护OFAgent,在OpenStack新版本中,Neutron还支持什么Plugin用于支持RYU吗?除了OpenDaylight,有什么轻量级SDN控制器可以在OpenStack中使用?

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2015-03-17 21:52:57 -0600 asked a question How could i log in openstack client with trust?

As openstackclient has the option "--os-trust-id", i tried to log in using the following command: openstack --os-auth-type v3password --os-identity-api-version 3 --os-username B --os-password 123456 --os-trust-id a4fd9e8daa0343998ac50dcb7feb7f90 --os-auth-url http://controller:35357/v3 But as i tapped in any command, i got error "ERROR: openstack No valid authentication is available". Is there anything wrong? Thx!

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2015-03-17 03:00:45 -0600 asked a question Trust is recursive or not?

Hi! A trust is an OpenStack Identity extension that enables delegation and, optionally, impersonation through keystone. As Administrator Guide writes, a trust has a field representing the delegation depth and the trustor is able to define whether the trust is recursive or not. But I didn't find the delegation depth field in trusts. How to define the trust to be recursive? Trusts are recursive or not actually? Thanks!

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2014-12-18 09:37:51 -0600 asked a question What is the trust-scoped token?

Hi! As I'm learning about Keystone and the process of authenticating and issuing tokens, I meet with the concept of scope. I've heard about the domain-scoped and tenant/project-scoped token, but what does the trust-scoped token mean? What's the difference between trust-scope tokens and the former two types?

Thanks! :)