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CloudGear

Here we are going to deploy openstack on a single node, i.e all openstack components Nova, Glance, Keystone, Quantum and Horizon will be running in the same box. Nova-compute is also running on the same machine which will provision virtual machines on the KVM.

Requirements:

  • Ubuntu 12.04 running on Oracle VirtualBox with two NIC ‘s.

  • Setup a ubuntu virtual machine in virtualBox. (can follow Guide http://ilearnstack.wordpress.com/2013/04/13/setting-ubuntu-vm-in-virtualbox/)

  • Add a second NIC to the VM.

  • Power Off the Virtual Machine

  • In the Network Section select Adapter 2 tab

  • Select “Attached to:” to internal

  • Power On the VM

  • When the VM boots up configure to network for second NIC Edit /etc/network/interfaces to something like

  • Restart Network service service networking restart

  • You can verify your network setting using “ ifconfig ”

Deploying Openstack

  • Login to the ubuntu VM.

  • Change the user to root. sudo -i

  • If your network is behind proxy then please export proxy variables. export http_proxy= export https_proxy= export no_proxy=”localhost,127.0.0.1″

  • Install git on the machine apt-get install git -y

  • Clone the CloudGear git to install Openstack git clone https://github.com/ilearnstack/cloudgear.git

  • Execute the script to set up openstack cd cloudgear/ python cloudgear.py

  • Open Openstack Dashboard in browser from URL http:///horizon

  • Login with credentials admin/secret

Link to the detailed description of Deployment

You can refer to the step by step guide at Our Blog http://ilearnstack.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/setting-up-a-single-node-openstack-environment/ Please Post your Comments to the page or write to us at learnstack@googlegroups.com for any issues faced with the script.