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Re: [Cinder] Re: Multiple machines hosting cinder-volumes with Folsom ?
Thanks but it didn't match my needs. I already know how to deploy Cinder
on a single host, my point was more relative to deploying a second
Cinder-volume instance, and if yes, what to do.
Nevermind, I successed in deploying a second Cinder-volume, just by
looking at the packages and the confs. It's pretty straightforward, so
I'm not surprised it wasn't documented. Nevertheless, I think that the
Grizzly doc I mentioned  is confusing : by looking at it, I was
thinking Cinder was unable to have two distinct volumes with Folsom
release. Maybe updating the folsom branch for Cinder documentation,
precising it *is* possible, is worth a try ?
Anyway, I'm documenting out the process in my own (new) blog. Keep
tuned, I'll post the URL out there.
Le 31/05/2013 11:39, Jérôme Gallard a écrit :
Maybe the folsom documentation for cinder will help you:
On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 9:21 AM, Sylvain Bauza
<sylvain.bauza@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:sylvain.bauza@xxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Putting openstack-ops@ in the loop :-)
Le 30/05/2013 17:26, Sylvain Bauza a écrit :
Le 30/05/2013 15:25, Sylvain Bauza a écrit :
It sounds quite unclear for me about the possibility *in
Folsom* to have two distinct Cinder hosts having each one
LVM backend called cinder-volumes ?
As per the doc , I would say the answer is no, but
could you please confirm ?
If so, do you have any idea on how to trick a nearly full
LVM cinder-volumes VG ? (I can't hardly add a new disk for
adding a second PV).
Replying to myself. As per , it seems having a multiple
cinder-volume setup in Folsom is achiveable. Could someone
from Cinder confirm that this setup is OK ?
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