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# Copyright 2014, Rackspace US, Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
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# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
#
# Overview
# ========
#
# This file contains the configuration for OpenStack Ansible Deployment
# (OSA) core services. Optional service configuration resides in the
# conf.d directory.
#
# You can customize the options in this file and copy it to
# /etc/openstack_deploy/openstack_user_config.yml or create a new
# file containing only necessary options for your environment
# before deployment.
#
# OSA implements PyYAML to parse YAML files and therefore supports structure
# and formatting options that augment traditional YAML. For example, aliases
# or references. For more information on PyYAML, see the documentation at
#
# http://pyyaml.org/wiki/PyYAMLDocumentation
#
# Configuration reference
# =======================
#
# Level: cidr_networks (required)
# Contains an arbitrary list of networks for the deployment. For each network,
# the inventory generator uses the IP address range to create a pool of IP
# addresses for network interfaces inside containers. A deployment requires
# at least one network for management.
#
# Option: <value> (required, string)
# Name of network and IP address range in CIDR notation. This IP address
# range coincides with the IP address range of the bridge for this network
# on the target host.
#
# Example:
#
# Define networks for a typical deployment.
#
# - Management network on 172.29.236.0/22. Control plane for infrastructure
# services, OpenStack APIs, and horizon.
# - Tunnel network on 172.29.240.0/22. Data plane for project (tenant) VXLAN
# networks.
# - Storage network on 172.29.244.0/22. Data plane for storage services such
# as cinder and swift.
#
# cidr_networks:
# container: 172.29.236.0/22
# tunnel: 172.29.240.0/22
# storage: 172.29.244.0/22
#
# Example:
#
# Define additional service network on 172.29.248.0/22 for deployment in a
# Rackspace data center.
#
# snet: 172.29.248.0/22
#
# --------
#
# Level: used_ips (optional)
# For each network in the 'cidr_networks' level, specify a list of IP addresses
# or a range of IP addresses that the inventory generator should exclude from
# the pools of IP addresses for network interfaces inside containers. To use a
# range, specify the lower and upper IP addresses (inclusive) with a comma
# separator.
#
# Example:
#
# The management network includes a router (gateway) on 172.29.236.1 and
# DNS servers on 172.29.236.11-12. The deployment includes seven target
# servers on 172.29.236.101-103, 172.29.236.111, 172.29.236.121, and
# 172.29.236.131. However, the inventory generator automatically excludes
# these IP addresses. The deployment host itself isn't automatically
# excluded. Network policy at this particular example organization
# also reserves 231-254 in the last octet at the high end of the range for
# network device management.
#
# used_ips:
# - 172.29.236.1
# - "172.29.236.100,172.29.236.200"
# - "172.29.240.100,172.29.240.200"
# - "172.29.244.100,172.29.244.200"
#
# --------
#
# Level: global_overrides (required)
# Contains global options that require customization for a deployment. For
# example, load balancer virtual IP addresses (VIP). This level also provides
# a mechanism to override other options defined in the playbook structure.
#
# Option: internal_lb_vip_address (required, string)
# Load balancer VIP for the following items:
#
# - Local package repository
# - Galera SQL database cluster
# - Administrative and internal API endpoints for all OpenStack services
# - Glance registry
# - Nova compute source of images
# - Cinder source of images
# - Instance metadata
#
# Option: external_lb_vip_address (required, string)
# Load balancer VIP for the following items:
#
# - Public API endpoints for all OpenStack services
# - Horizon
#
# Option: management_bridge (required, string)
# Name of management network bridge on target hosts. Typically 'br-mgmt'.
#
# Level: provider_networks (required)
# List of container and bare metal networks on target hosts.
#
# Level: network (required)
# Defines a container or bare metal network. Create a level for each
# network.
#
# Option: type (required, string)
# Type of network. Networks other than those for neutron such as
# management and storage typically use 'raw'. Neutron networks use
# 'flat', 'vlan', or 'vxlan'. Coincides with ML2 plug-in configuration
# options.
#
# Option: container_bridge (required, string)
# Name of unique bridge on target hosts to use for this network. Typical
# values include 'br-mgmt', 'br-storage', 'br-vlan', 'br-vxlan', etc.
#
# Option: container_interface (required, string)
# Name of unique interface in containers to use for this network.
# Typical values include 'eth1', 'eth2', etc.
# NOTE: Container interface is different from host interfaces.
#
# Option: container_type (required, string)
# Name of mechanism that connects interfaces in containers to the bridge
# on target hosts for this network. Typically 'veth'.
#
# Option: host_bind_override (optional, string)
# Name of the physical network interface on the same L2 network being
# used with the br-vlan device. This host_bind_override should only
# be set for the ' container_bridge: "br-vlan" '.
# This interface is optional but highly recommended for vlan based
# OpenStack networking.
# If no additional network interface is available, a deployer can create
# a veth pair, and plug it into the br-vlan bridge to provide
# this interface. An example could be found in the aio_interfaces.cfg
# file.
#
# Option: container_mtu (optional, string)
# Sets the MTU within LXC for a given network type.
#
# Option: ip_from_q (optional, string)
# Name of network in 'cidr_networks' level to use for IP address pool. Only
# valid for 'raw' and 'vxlan' types.
#
# Option: address_prefix (option, string)
# Override for the prefix of the key added to each host that contains IP
# address information for this network. By default, this will be the name
# given in 'ip_from_q' with a fallback of the name of the interface given in
# 'container_interface'.
# (e.g., 'ip_from_q'_address and 'container_interface'_address)
#
# Option: is_container_address (required, boolean)
# If true, the load balancer uses this IP address to access services
# in the container. Only valid for networks with 'ip_from_q' option.
#
# Option: group_binds (required, string)
# List of one or more Ansible groups that contain this
# network. For more information, see the env.d YAML files.
#
# Option: reference_group (optional, string)
# An Ansible group that a host must be a member of, in addition to any of the
# groups within 'group_binds', for this network to apply.
#
# Option: net_name (optional, string)
# Name of network for 'flat' or 'vlan' types. Only valid for these
# types. Coincides with ML2 plug-in configuration options.
#
# Option: range (optional, string)
# For 'vxlan' type neutron networks, range of VXLAN network identifiers
# (VNI). For 'vlan' type neutron networks, range of VLAN tags. Supports
# more than one range of VLANs on a particular network. Coincides with
# ML2 plug-in configuration options.
#
# Option: static_routes (optional, list)
# List of additional routes to give to the container interface.
# Each item is composed of cidr and gateway. The items will be
# translated into the container network interfaces configuration
# as a `post-up ip route add <cidr> via <gateway> || true`.
#
# Option: gateway (optional, string)
# String containing the IP of the default gateway used by the
# container. Generally not needed: the containers will have
# their default gateway set with dnsmasq, poitining to the host
# which does natting for container connectivity.
#
# Example:
#
# Define a typical network architecture:
#
# - Network of type 'raw' that uses the 'br-mgmt' bridge and 'management'
# IP address pool. Maps to the 'eth1' device in containers. Applies to all
# containers and bare metal hosts. Both the load balancer and Ansible
# use this network to access containers and services.
# - Network of type 'raw' that uses the 'br-storage' bridge and 'storage'
# IP address pool. Maps to the 'eth2' device in containers. Applies to
# nova compute and all storage service containers. Optionally applies to
# to the swift proxy service.
# - Network of type 'vxlan' that contains neutron VXLAN tenant networks
# 1 to 1000 and uses 'br-vxlan' bridge on target hosts. Maps to the
# 'eth10' device in containers. Applies to all neutron agent containers
# and neutron agents on bare metal hosts.
# - Network of type 'vlan' that contains neutron VLAN networks 101 to 200
# and 301 to 400 and uses the 'br-vlan' bridge on target hosts. Maps to
# the 'eth11' device in containers. Applies to all neutron agent
# containers and neutron agents on bare metal hosts.
# - Network of type 'flat' that contains one neutron flat network and uses
# the 'br-vlan' bridge on target hosts. Maps to the 'eth12' device in
# containers. Applies to all neutron agent containers and neutron agents
# on bare metal hosts.
#
# Note: A pair of 'vlan' and 'flat' networks can use the same bridge because
# one only handles tagged frames and the other only handles untagged frames
# (the native VLAN in some parlance). However, additional 'vlan' or 'flat'
# networks require additional bridges.
#
# provider_networks:
# - network:
# group_binds:
# - all_containers
# - hosts
# type: "raw"
# container_bridge: "br-mgmt"
# container_interface: "eth1"
# container_type: "veth"
# ip_from_q: "container"
# is_container_address: true
# - network:
# group_binds:
# - glance_api
# - cinder_api
# - cinder_volume
# - nova_compute
# # Uncomment the next line if using swift with a storage network.
# # - swift_proxy
# type: "raw"
# container_bridge: "br-storage"
# container_type: "veth"
# container_interface: "eth2"
# container_mtu: "9000"
# ip_from_q: "storage"
# - network:
# group_binds:
# - neutron_linuxbridge_agent
# container_bridge: "br-vxlan"
# container_type: "veth"
# container_interface: "eth10"
# container_mtu: "9000"
# ip_from_q: "tunnel"
# type: "vxlan"
# range: "1:1000"
# net_name: "vxlan"
# - network:
# group_binds:
# - neutron_linuxbridge_agent
# container_bridge: "br-vlan"
# container_type: "veth"
# container_interface: "eth11"
# type: "vlan"
# range: "101:200,301:400"
# net_name: "vlan"
# - network:
# group_binds:
# - neutron_linuxbridge_agent
# container_bridge: "br-vlan"
# container_type: "veth"
# container_interface: "eth12"
# host_bind_override: "eth12"
# type: "flat"
# net_name: "flat"
#
# --------
#
# Level: shared-infra_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy shared infrastructure services
# including the Galera SQL database cluster, RabbitMQ, and Memcached. Recommend
# three minimum target hosts for these services.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three shared infrastructure hosts:
#
# shared-infra_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# List of target hosts on which to deploy shared infrastructure services
# and define the container_tech for a specific infra node. If this setting
# is omitted the inventory generation system will default to "lxc". Accpetable
# options are "lxc" and "nspawn".
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Level: container_vars (required)
# Contains storage options for this target host.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three shared infrastructure hosts with different "container_tech":
#
# shared-infra_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# container_vars:
# container_tech: nspawn
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# container_vars:
# container_tech: lxc
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# --------
#
# Level: repo-infra_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the package repository. Recommend
# minimum three target hosts for this service. Typically contains the same
# target hosts as the 'shared-infra_hosts' level.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three package repository hosts:
#
# repo-infra_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# --------
#
# Level: os-infra_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the glance API, nova API, heat API,
# and horizon. Recommend three minimum target hosts for these services.
# Typically contains the same target hosts as 'shared-infra_hosts' level.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three OpenStack infrastructure hosts:
#
# os-infra_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# --------
#
# Level: identity_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the keystone service. Recommend
# three minimum target hosts for this service. Typically contains the same
# target hosts as the 'shared-infra_hosts' level.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three OpenStack identity hosts:
#
# identity_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# --------
#
# Level: network_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy neutron services. Recommend three
# minimum target hosts for this service. Typically contains the same target
# hosts as the 'shared-infra_hosts' level.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three OpenStack network hosts:
#
# network_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# --------
#
# Level: compute_hosts (optional)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the nova compute service. Recommend
# one minimum target host for this service. Typically contains target hosts
# that do not reside in other levels.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define an OpenStack compute host:
#
# compute_hosts:
# compute1:
# ip: 172.29.236.121
#
# --------
#
# Level: ironic-compute_hosts (optional)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the nova compute service for Ironic.
# Recommend one minimum target host for this service. Typically contains target
# hosts that do not reside in other levels.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define an OpenStack compute host:
#
# ironic-compute_hosts:
# ironic-infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.121
#
# --------
#
# Level: storage-infra_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the cinder API. Recommend three
# minimum target hosts for this service. Typically contains the same target
# hosts as the 'shared-infra_hosts' level.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define three OpenStack storage infrastructure hosts:
#
# storage-infra_hosts:
# infra1:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
# infra2:
# ip: 172.29.236.102
# infra3:
# ip: 172.29.236.103
#
# --------
#
# Level: storage_hosts (required)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy the cinder volume service. Recommend
# one minimum target host for this service. Typically contains target hosts
# that do not reside in other levels.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Level: container_vars (required)
# Contains storage options for this target host.
#
# Option: cinder_storage_availability_zone (optional, string)
# Cinder availability zone.
#
# Option: cinder_default_availability_zone (optional, string)
# If the deployment contains more than one cinder availability zone,
# specify a default availability zone.
#
# Level: cinder_backends (required)
# Contains cinder backends.
#
# Option: limit_container_types (optional, string)
# Container name string in which to apply these options. Typically
# any container with 'cinder_volume' in the name.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Arbitrary name of the backend. Each backend contains one or more
# options for the particular backend driver. The template for the
# cinder.conf file can generate configuration for any backend
# providing that it includes the necessary driver options.
#
# Option: volume_backend_name (required, string)
# Name of backend, arbitrary.
#
# The following options apply to the LVM backend driver:
#
# Option: volume_driver (required, string)
# Name of volume driver, typically
# 'cinder.volume.drivers.lvm.LVMVolumeDriver'.
#
# Option: volume_group (required, string)
# Name of LVM volume group, typically 'cinder-volumes'.
#
# The following options apply to the NFS backend driver:
#
# Option: volume_driver (required, string)
# Name of volume driver,
# 'cinder.volume.drivers.nfs.NfsDriver'.
# NB. When using NFS driver you may want to adjust your
# env.d/cinder.yml file to run cinder-volumes in containers.
#
# Option: nfs_shares_config (optional, string)
# File containing list of NFS shares available to cinder, typically
# '/etc/cinder/nfs_shares'.
#
# Option: nfs_mount_point_base (optional, string)
# Location in which to mount NFS shares, typically
# '$state_path/mnt'.
#
# Option: nfs_mount_options (optional, string)
# Mount options used for the NFS mount points.
#
# Option: shares (required)
# List of shares to populate the 'nfs_shares_config' file. Each share
# uses the following format:
# - { ip: "{{ ip_nfs_server }}", share "/vol/cinder" }
#
# The following options apply to the NetApp backend driver:
#
# Option: volume_driver (required, string)
# Name of volume driver,
# 'cinder.volume.drivers.netapp.common.NetAppDriver'.
# NB. When using NetApp drivers you may want to adjust your
# env.d/cinder.yml file to run cinder-volumes in containers.
#
# Option: netapp_storage_family (required, string)
# Access method, typically 'ontap_7mode' or 'ontap_cluster'.
#
# Option: netapp_storage_protocol (required, string)
# Transport method, typically 'scsi' or 'nfs'. NFS transport also
# requires the 'nfs_shares_config' option.
#
# Option: nfs_shares_config (required, string)
# For NFS transport, name of the file containing shares. Typically
# '/etc/cinder/nfs_shares'.
#
# Option: netapp_server_hostname (required, string)
# NetApp server hostname.
#
# Option: netapp_server_port (required, integer)
# NetApp server port, typically 80 or 443.
#
# Option: netapp_login (required, string)
# NetApp server username.
#
# Option: netapp_password (required, string)
# NetApp server password.
#
# Example:
#
# Define an OpenStack storage host:
#
# storage_hosts:
# lvm-storage1:
# ip: 172.29.236.131
#
# Example:
#
# Use the LVM iSCSI backend in availability zone 'cinderAZ_1':
#
# container_vars:
# cinder_storage_availability_zone: cinderAZ_1
# cinder_default_availability_zone: cinderAZ_1
# cinder_backends:
# lvm:
# volume_backend_name: LVM_iSCSI
# volume_driver: cinder.volume.drivers.lvm.LVMVolumeDriver
# volume_group: cinder-volumes
# iscsi_ip_address: "{{ cinder_storage_address }}"
# limit_container_types: cinder_volume
#
# Example:
#
# Use the NetApp iSCSI backend via Data ONTAP 7-mode in availability zone
# 'cinderAZ_2':
#
# container_vars:
# cinder_storage_availability_zone: cinderAZ_2
# cinder_default_availability_zone: cinderAZ_1
# cinder_backends:
# netapp:
# volume_backend_name: NETAPP_iSCSI
# volume_driver: cinder.volume.drivers.netapp.common.NetAppDriver
# netapp_storage_family: ontap_7mode
# netapp_storage_protocol: iscsi
# netapp_server_hostname: hostname
# netapp_server_port: 443
# netapp_login: username
# netapp_password: password
#
# Example
#
# Use the QNAP iSCSI backend in availability zone
# 'cinderAZ_2':
#
# container_vars:
# cinder_storage_availability_zone: cinderAZ_2
# cinder_default_availability_zone: cinderAZ_1
# cinder_backends:
# limit_container_types: cinder_volume
# qnap:
# volume_backend_name: "QNAP 1 VOLUME"
# volume_driver: cinder.volume.drivers.qnap.QnapISCSIDriver
# qnap_management_url : http://10.10.10.5:8080
# qnap_poolname: "Storage Pool 1"
# qnap_storage_protocol: iscsi
# qnap_server_port: 8080
# iscsi_ip_address: 172.29.244.5
# san_login: username
# san_password: password
# san_thin_provision: True
#
#
# Example:
#
# Use the ceph RBD backend in availability zone 'cinderAZ_3':
#
# container_vars:
# cinder_storage_availability_zone: cinderAZ_3
# cinder_default_availability_zone: cinderAZ_1
# cinder_backends:
# limit_container_types: cinder_volume
# volumes_hdd:
# volume_driver: cinder.volume.drivers.rbd.RBDDriver
# rbd_pool: volumes_hdd
# rbd_ceph_conf: /etc/ceph/ceph.conf
# rbd_flatten_volume_from_snapshot: 'false'
# rbd_max_clone_depth: 5
# rbd_store_chunk_size: 4
# rados_connect_timeout: -1
# volume_backend_name: volumes_hdd
# rbd_user: "{{ cinder_ceph_client }}"
# rbd_secret_uuid: "{{ cinder_ceph_client_uuid }}"
#
#
# --------
#
# Level: log_hosts (optional)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy logging services. Recommend
# one minimum target host for this service.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
# Example:
#
# Define a logging host:
#
# log_hosts:
# log1:
# ip: 172.29.236.171
#
# --------
#
# Level: haproxy_hosts (optional)
# List of target hosts on which to deploy HAProxy. Recommend at least one
# target host for this service if hardware load balancers are not being
# used.
#
# Level: <value> (required, string)
# Hostname of a target host.
#
# Option: ip (required, string)
# IP address of this target host, typically the IP address assigned to
# the management bridge.
#
#
# Example:
#
# Define a virtual load balancer (HAProxy):
#
# While HAProxy can be used as a virtual load balancer, it is recommended to use
# a physical load balancer in a production environment.
#
# haproxy_hosts:
# lb1:
# ip: 172.29.236.100
# lb2:
# ip: 172.29.236.101
#
# In case of the above scenario(multiple hosts),HAProxy can be deployed in a
# highly-available manner by installing keepalived.
#
# To make keepalived work, edit at least the following variables
# in ``user_variables.yml``:
# haproxy_keepalived_external_vip_cidr: 192.168.0.4/25
# haproxy_keepalived_internal_vip_cidr: 172.29.236.54/16
# haproxy_keepalived_external_interface: br-flat
# haproxy_keepalived_internal_interface: br-mgmt
#
# To always deploy (or upgrade to) the latest stable version of keepalived.
# Edit the ``/etc/openstack_deploy/user_variables.yml``:
# keepalived_package_state: latest
#
# The group_vars/all/keepalived.yml contains the keepalived
# variables that are fed into the keepalived role during
# the haproxy playbook.
# You can change the keepalived behavior for your
# deployment. Refer to the ``user_variables.yml`` file for
# more information.
#
# Keepalived cam ping a public IP address to check its status. To enable this
# feature, set the ``keepalived_ping_address`` variable in the
# ``user_variables.yml`` file.