ehowton (ehowton) wrote,
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Building OpenStack; First Steps

i5 CPU (2.9GHz)/16GB RAM

/dev/sda2 52GB SSD partition mounted as /

Running openSUSE 15.1</blockquote>

/dev/sda2 300GB 7200rpm partition mounted as /~OpenStack

Contains VM ControllerNode1 2x4GB Running Centos 7

5GB storage (thin)

192.168.1.40 (enp0s3)

192.168.1.41 (enp0s8)

Contains VM ComputeNode1 4x6GB Running Centos 7

10GB storage (thin)

192.168.1.38 (enp0s3)

192.168.1.39 (enp0s8)

/dev/sdb3 152GB 7200rpm partition mounted as /VMs

Contains VM ObjectStorageNode1 1x2GB Running Centos 7

8GB storage (thin)

192.168.1.43 (enp0s3)

Contains VM ObjectStorageNode2 1x2GB Running Centos 7

8GB storage (thin)

192.168.1.44 (enp0s3)

/dev/sdc 30GB SSD-hybrid USB3.0 thumb mounted as /USB

Contains VM BlockStorageNode1 1x2GB Running Centos 7

4GB storage (thin)

192.168.1.42 (enp0s3)

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
(1.2 GHz/1GB RAM)

/dev/root 32GB microSD partition mounted as /

Running Raspian Buster

OpenMediaVault NAS

/dev/cloud 256GB RAID0
You can't RAID USB devices, so...

pool0 (64GB) shared to BlockStrorageNode1 as /pool0

pool1 (64GB) shared to BlockStrorageNode1 as /pool1

pool2 (64GB) ObjectStorageNode1 as /pool2

pool3 (64GB) ObjectStrorageNode2 as /pool3

Referenced resources:
https://www.openmediavault.org
https://docs.openstack.org/install-guide/environment-packages-rdo.html#finalize-the-installation
https://docs.openstack.org/keystone/latest/install/keystone-install-rdo.html#keystone-install-configure-rdo
https://docs.openstack.org/horizon/latest/install/install-rdo.html

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