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[openstack-dev] OpenStack-Ansible testing with OpenVSwitch

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Hello,

I am trying to build a Pike All-in-One instance for OpenStack Ansible

testing, currently I have a few OpenStack versions being deployed using the
default Linux Bridge implementation.

However I need a test environment to validate OpenVSwitch implementation,
is there a simple method to get an AIO installed?

I tried following
https://medium.com/@travistruman/configuring-openstack-ansible-for-open-vswitch-b7e70e26009d
however Neutron is blowing up because it can't determine the name for the
Neutron Server. I am not sure if that is my issue or not, a reference
implementation of OpenStack AIO with OpenVSwitch would help me a lot.

Thanks
Michael


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asked Oct 3, 2017 in openstack-dev by Michael_Gale (960 points)   1 9

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Hello,

We currently don't have a full scenario for openvswitch for an easy
"one line" install.
It still deserves more love. You could come on our channel in

openstack-ansible to discuss about it if you want. But the general

idea should be close to the same explained in the blog post.

Best regards,
JP

On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 12:13 AM, Michael Gale gale.michael@gmail.com wrote:
Hello,

I am trying to build a Pike All-in-One instance for OpenStack Ansible

testing, currently I have a few OpenStack versions being deployed using the
default Linux Bridge implementation.

However I need a test environment to validate OpenVSwitch implementation, is
there a simple method to get an AIO installed?

I tried following
https://medium.com/@travistruman/configuring-openstack-ansible-for-open-vswitch-b7e70e26009d
however Neutron is blowing up because it can't determine the name for the
Neutron Server. I am not sure if that is my issue or not, a reference
implementation of OpenStack AIO with OpenVSwitch would help me a lot.

Thanks
Michael


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responded Sep 27, 2017 by Jean-Philippe_Evrard (1,360 points)   2
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Hello JP,

Ok, I will do some more testing against the blog post and then hit up

the #openstack-ansible channel.

I need to finish a presentation on SFC first which is why I am looking into
OpenVSwitch.

Thanks
Michael

On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 6:25 AM, Jean-Philippe Evrard <
jean-philippe@evrard.me> wrote:

Hello,

We currently don't have a full scenario for openvswitch for an easy
"one line" install.
It still deserves more love. You could come on our channel in

openstack-ansible to discuss about it if you want. But the general

idea should be close to the same explained in the blog post.

Best regards,
JP

On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 12:13 AM, Michael Gale gale.michael@gmail.com
wrote:

Hello,

I am trying to build a Pike All-in-One instance for OpenStack Ansible

testing, currently I have a few OpenStack versions being deployed using
the
default Linux Bridge implementation.

However I need a test environment to validate OpenVSwitch
implementation, is
there a simple method to get an AIO installed?

I tried following
https://medium.com/@travistruman/configuring-openstack-ansible-for-open-
vswitch-b7e70e26009d
however Neutron is blowing up because it can't determine the name for the
Neutron Server. I am not sure if that is my issue or not, a reference
implementation of OpenStack AIO with OpenVSwitch would help me a lot.

Thanks
Michael



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responded Sep 28, 2017 by Michael_Gale (960 points)   1 9
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Hello JP,

Ok, I will do some more testing against the blog post and then hit up the

openstack-ansible channel.

I need to finish a presentation on SFC first which is why I am looking into
OpenVSwitch.

Hi Michael,

If your goal is not openstack-ansible, here's an AIO installer for Pike with OpenVSwitch:
https://github.com/DoclerLabs/openstack
(needs vagrant and VirtualBox)

Br,
György

Thanks
Michael


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responded Sep 29, 2017 by Gyorgy_Szombathelyi (1,580 points)   1 4
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Well, there are ppl already running OpenVSwitch on openstack-ansible,
so I guess it's just a question of a few bug fixes and adding a
scenario to make sure this is working forever :p

On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 8:22 AM, Gyorgy Szombathelyi
gyorgy.szombathelyi@doclerholding.com wrote:

Hello JP,

Ok, I will do some more testing against the blog post and then hit up the

openstack-ansible channel.

I need to finish a presentation on SFC first which is why I am looking into
OpenVSwitch.

Hi Michael,

If your goal is not openstack-ansible, here's an AIO installer for Pike with OpenVSwitch:
https://github.com/DoclerLabs/openstack
(needs vagrant and VirtualBox)

Br,
György

Thanks
Michael


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responded Oct 2, 2017 by Jean-Philippe_Evrard (1,360 points)   2
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I use openstack-ansible for all of my OpenStack testing and deployment
needs currently so if there was an AIO that I could use as a reference that
would be awesome. I personally found that having scenarios available in the
AIO helps drive upgrades and adoptions of new features. As an example I
deployed an AIO with the Magnum add-on to do a Kubernetes demo during an
innovation day.

Michael

On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 4:13 AM, Jean-Philippe Evrard <
jean-philippe@evrard.me> wrote:

Well, there are ppl already running OpenVSwitch on openstack-ansible,
so I guess it's just a question of a few bug fixes and adding a
scenario to make sure this is working forever :p

On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 8:22 AM, Gyorgy Szombathelyi
gyorgy.szombathelyi@doclerholding.com wrote:

Hello JP,

Ok, I will do some more testing against the blog post and then hit

up the

openstack-ansible channel.

I need to finish a presentation on SFC first which is why I am looking
into
OpenVSwitch.

Hi Michael,

If your goal is not openstack-ansible, here's an AIO installer for Pike
with OpenVSwitch:
https://github.com/DoclerLabs/openstack
(needs vagrant and VirtualBox)

Br,
György

Thanks
Michael



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responded Oct 3, 2017 by Michael_Gale (960 points)   1 9
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