nova-cloud-controller not installing nova-network
qhartman at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 15:19:17 UTC 2014
Well, yes and no. At least, according to what I've found. I've looked
pretty hard at neutron, and it seems to require that the VM's / VM hosts be
in their own broadcast domain, even for the simple flat networking. All of
the testing I've done supports that. This is not a good fit for me for the
reasons stated in my original post.
But, this probably isn't the place for that conversation.
Has the installation and configuration of nova-network been removed from
the Trusty nova-cloud-controller charm intentionally? I suspect not, since
the docs haven't been updated to reflect that, and there still seems to be
at least some support for Essex in the charm, which I believe is a
pre-neutron/qauantum release of OS.
Even if it has been removed intentionally, the docs need to be updated to
reflect that, so this is an attempt to give feedback and inform people that
there is a disconnect between the stated and delivered features on this
For my own purposes though, assuming I stick w/ juju, is the best thing to
do a) fork this charm for my own use, b) write an entirely new charm to
handle just the nova-network components I need or c) something else
entirely? I'd like to work on whatever has the most likelihood to be useful
by others, but being new here, I don't really know the preferences of the
juju world for this sort of thing.
On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 6:41 PM, Sameer Zeidat <sameerz at yahoo.com> wrote:
> To my knowlege you can achieve the "flat" networking setup you described
> with neutron.
> In my opinion nova-networking is long gone, and you'll be better off
> learning neutron going forward.
> From: Quentin Hartman <qhartman at gmail.com>
> Sent: 30/04/2014 1:59 AM
> To: juju at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: nova-cloud-controller not installing nova-network
> On Trusty, the description of the nova-cloud-controller charm says it
> installs nova-network, and everything seems to indicate that it supports
> it, but the package doesn't seem to ever actually be installed.
> Is this by design to push people to Neutron, or is it an oversight?
> For what it's worth, there are still legit use cases for nova-networking.
> For example, I want to get openstack setup to create vms for serving a
> large number of local users. Having the VMs live directly on the local
> office network is not only simple, but it allows the best performance since
> I avoid having to shunt all the VM traffic through a single router, which
> Neutron seems to require.
> Manually installing nova-network package helps in that instances now
> launch, but there still isn't functional networking. What is the
> recommended way forward?
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