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Re: Instances lost after reboot
Yes i have Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and installed from pkg
Well in my scenario i need to have a powerful server(physical machine) that
so i considered cloud to be any time able to scale that and even for
redundancy.(starting from 1 server expanding to more possible)
Can i do it with nova with any way?or should i stay away from this project
I have CC also the list so anyone is able to suggest a solution i can read
On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 10:22 PM, Brian Schott <bfschott@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sorry, I misread your earlier post. Instances go away after a reboot of
> the host? This is expected behavior. The default OpenStack setup doesn't
> yet support Amazon-style Elastic Block Store or VmWare-style drive volumes.
> Bundling your instance as an image is the only option at the moment. I've
> used that feature on Amazon, but haven't tried to use the nova volume
> manager on Openstack. It's still a pretty new effort.
> Try this install if you have Ubuntu:
> Then this:
> Brian Schott
> On Feb 23, 2011, at 3:03 PM, George Argyrides wrote:
> > I am new into nova.
> > well i installed with nova.sh script and after they told me to install
> from trunk packages
> > where i find the database type that i use?
> > On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 9:46 PM, Brian Schott <bfschott@xxxxxxxxx>
> > How did you install and launch OpenStack? The instances are stored in a
> sqllite or mysql table depending on how things are configured.
> > Brian
> > Brian Schott
> > bfschott@xxxxxxxxx
> > On Feb 23, 2011, at 1:53 PM, George Argyrides wrote:
> > >
> > > Why do i lose instances after reboot?
> > > How can they remain permanent?
> > > does it have something to do that every reboot i need to source novarc?
> > >
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