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Re: No /etc/nova/nova.conf
Where would u like all the configs to be.
I can attempt to make this better in the new devstack2.
Might as well get it right the second time around ;)
On 1/24/12 1:28 PM, "David Kranz" <david.kranz@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In general, it is unfortunate that there is such a big difference in the
end result between deploying from source and from packages, even though
they are supposed to function the same. Ideally the process structure,
locations of configuration files, etc. could be the same. The location
of nova.conf is just one small piece. The current situation is confusing
to new users and makes it more difficult for old users to try new
versions of OpenStack in "real" environments. I realize this is a
difficult issue because different distros do the packaging differently.
On 1/24/2012 2:19 PM, Jesse Andrews wrote:
> There have been conversations about changing that. That nova should
> use /etc/nova/nova.conf
> On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:40 AM, Jorge Luiz Correa<correajl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> When using Devstack the files are written to /opt/stack/<component>. So, you
>> can find nova.conf in /opt/stack/nova/bin/.
>> On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 3:48 PM, Joe Smithian<joe.smithian@xxxxxxxxx>
>>> Hi All,
>>> I installed OpenStack using devsatck script (http://devstack.org/) on
>>> Ubuntu 11.10. Installation was successful but there is no /etc/nova/
>>> directory and It looks like that devstack script doesn't install all
>>> the nova services. Should I install them manually as described in the
>>> getting started documents?
>>> All the openStack are installed at /opt/stack/. Should I create
>>> symbolic link at /etc/nova?
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>> - MSc. Correa, J.L.
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