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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Oct 21, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Oct 21, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Oct 21, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Oct 20, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Sep 29, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Sep 25, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Sep 20, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Sep 20, 2017 in openstack
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When I setup my OS cluster over a year ago, I chose to use distributed LBaaSv2. That sounded like the most sensible thing - redundancy is the primary goal with me choosing OS in the first place! However, it turned out that there’s a very ...

responded Sep 18, 2017 in openstack
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Hi all, I am trying to setup a mail server in ubuntu cloud image. The procedure I am following is: installing sendmail and mailutils run below cmd in /etc/mai/ # m4 sendmail.mc > sendmail.cf # service sendmail restart Then to send mail: # ...

responded Apr 7, 2017 in openstack
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Hi all, I am trying to setup a mail server in ubuntu cloud image. The procedure I am following is: installing sendmail and mailutils run below cmd in /etc/mai/ # m4 sendmail.mc > sendmail.cf # service sendmail restart Then to send mail: # ...

responded Apr 6, 2017 in openstack
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Hi all, I am trying to setup a mail server in ubuntu cloud image. The procedure I am following is: installing sendmail and mailutils run below cmd in /etc/mai/ # m4 sendmail.mc > sendmail.cf # service sendmail restart Then to send mail: # ...

responded Apr 6, 2017 in openstack
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I'm trying to figure out a way to setup a [number of] 'OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember’ resource, from a list of IPs… I’m setting up my initial resources like this: —— s n i p —— resources: lbaas: type: Turbo::LoadBalancer ...

responded Mar 12, 2017 in openstack
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I'm trying to figure out a way to setup a [number of] 'OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember’ resource, from a list of IPs… I’m setting up my initial resources like this: —— s n i p —— resources: lbaas: type: Turbo::LoadBalancer ...

responded Mar 12, 2017 in openstack
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I'm trying to figure out a way to setup a [number of] 'OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember’ resource, from a list of IPs… I’m setting up my initial resources like this: —— s n i p —— resources: lbaas: type: Turbo::LoadBalancer ...

responded Mar 12, 2017 in openstack
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I'm trying to figure out a way to setup a [number of] 'OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember’ resource, from a list of IPs… I’m setting up my initial resources like this: —— s n i p —— resources: lbaas: type: Turbo::LoadBalancer ...

responded Mar 12, 2017 in openstack
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I'm trying to figure out a way to setup a [number of] 'OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember’ resource, from a list of IPs… I’m setting up my initial resources like this: —— s n i p —— resources: lbaas: type: Turbo::LoadBalancer ...

responded Mar 12, 2017 in openstack
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Hi all, Issue : I tried to attach floating ip to a VM, it attached but its not accessible from from outside. For admin project its working fine, successfully attached and also available from outside via floating IP. But for other project ...

responded Feb 27, 2017 in openstack
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Hi all, Issue : I tried to attach floating ip to a VM, it attached but its not accessible from from outside. For admin project its working fine, successfully attached and also available from outside via floating IP. But for other project ...

responded Feb 27, 2017 in openstack
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What in Openstack is it that records if a service is UP or DOWN? Every time I have to turn of my whole stack, it takes lots and lots of trials, restarts of services etc etc to get things up and running. Looking at the logs, there’s ...

responded Feb 6, 2017 in openstack
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