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Re: some issues about devstack
devstack is not for production environments... But answering your questions, you can change
nova.conf as you like and then unstack and rejoin-stack
On 22 Jul 2013, at 04:25, 姚牧阳 <yaomuyang1992@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, all
> I have been using openstack for quite a long time and recently I want to deploy an experimental environment on 8 machines using devstack. Everything seems to work fine but there is still some issues that disturbs me
> (1) nova logs:
> In a productive deployment, as I did before, I can freely read the logs from "/var/log/nova". However, it seems that in devstack, I can only use the SYSLOG configuration to gather the logs. However, the logs of 8 machine is too large to handle and I want to read specificly the nova-scheduler logs.
> How can I make it log to "/var/log/nova" as before?
> (2) compute-scheduler choices
> What I really want to do in nova is to add some new features by modifying the compute-scheduler. So I need to modify "compute_scheduler_driver" in "/etc/nova/nova.conf" and use a new scheduler class. But how can I do this via devstack? I tried to add "SCHEDULER=~~" in "devstack/localrc" but it didn't work. Anyone have any idea on that?
> (3) use the modified /etc/nova/nova.conf
> After I changes some configurations in nova.conf, the services need to be restarted to use the configs. But the only way to do so (as far as I'm concerned) is to ./unstack.sh + ./stack.sh, which will overwrite all the previous changes in "nova.conf". Is there any way that I can stop a certain service and then start it over to use the new configurations.
> Eric Yao
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