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Re: [Rdo-list] Packstack and rdo-manager, looking forward.

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 12:50 PM, Adam Young <ayoung redhat com> wrote:
On 08/14/2015 09:07 PM, Dave Neary wrote:
Hi Adam,

Revising this thread with my own reasons...

On 08/05/2015 03:33 PM, Adam Young wrote:
RDO Manager does a lot more than packstack.  Too much, for many use
cases, which is why we have people continuing to use packstack. Where do
people use packstack?

1.  Demos
2.  Development Work
3.  CI

Installing OpenStack on low-end hardware (1 NIC, no IPMI)

I'm guessing IPMI  is a requirement of the Ironic driver.

or in VMs with nested virt.

This would work with the overcloud approach.

Personally, I have some NUCs for a personal OpenStack cluster. I also have access to an internal OpenStack cloud and I want to test ODL for Neutron on that.

What it seem like we want is to get the capabilities of the Undercloud installable on a single Fedora box, and then be able to install the Overcloud on top of that.  An "undercloud light" based on libvirt?

Id plainly like to see a breakdown of how this compares to say FUEL, or HP Helion, or IBMs openstack deployments
Though Id also like to see someone get RDO to work with XENServer deployments also, seems RDO is pretty much kvm based only


Ultra simple deployment architecture (no HA, one controller, N compute nodes, or all-in-one on a home server).

Personally, I'm OK manually powering on a host (when prompted) to PXE boot an undercloud host. I don't know if it's even possible, but if we could detect that hosts have only one NIC, using the same NIC for management, data and provisioning, that would be awesome.


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