On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 6:51 PM, Fox, Kevin M Kevin.Fox@pnnl.gov wrote:
A heat stack belongs to one tenant. It works as you describe below.
You just have to specify which tenant to run which command under. like:
OSPROJECTNAME=TenantA openstack stack create "mystack"
OSPROJECTNAME=TenantB openstack stack create "mystack"
From: Charls D. Chap [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 5:17 AM
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Subject: [openstack-hpc] openstack heat multi tenant scenario
-DomainA (TenantA, TenantB)
- A template which start OS:NOVA:SERVERS
- Is it possible two run simultaneously the same openstack stack
a. how can i specify that i want, in the first case, the VMs of the
stack, beloging to TenantA
and in the second case to TenantB
b. for the OS::NOVA::SERVER as fas as i can see there is no such
property to Distinguish project names
c. I want to achieve something like this
openstack stack create "mystack" for TenantA
openstack stack create "mystack" for TenantB
openstack server list for TenantA
openstack server list for TenantB
So THE SAME VMs for both Tenants!
- In the end, how is multi-tenancy achieved?
So far, I have achieved it, by having two different stack names,
tenantA and tenantB correspondingly, which take as input the same template,
with the same parameters.
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