I am trying to deploy the latest Openstack "ussuri" on CentOS 8 VM using
packstack. I have successfully installed it but the issue is that i want
to i want to add my interface "enp0s3" to ovs bridge br-ex. On CentOS 7 we
can do this via ifcfg-* files using network-scripts.
But i am not sure how this can be done on CentOS 8 VM as in this release
network is controlled via network manager. On br-ex i will attach an
external provider network or a flat network.
I have referred the below steps for the deployment.
dnf update -y
dnf config-manager --enable PowerTools
dnf install -y centos-release-openstack-ussuri
dnf update -y
dnf install -y openstack-packstack
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Following is the output of ovs command and interfaces on my centos 8 system
#rdo: RDO meeting - 2020-06-24
Meeting started by spotz at 14:03:00 UTC. The full logs are available
* Roll Call (spotz, 14:03:10)
* New faces in multiarch support (spotz, 14:06:11)
* RDO Test Days (spotz, 14:13:29)
* LINK: http://rdoproject.org/testday/victoria/milestone1/ (spotz,
* ACTION: amoralej add RDO Test Days to next weeks meeting (spotz,
* ACTION: spotz talk to jbrooks for possibility of swag/needed things
for RDO test days (spotz, 14:21:14)
* RDO Doc Days (spotz, 14:22:16)
* LINK: http://rdoproject.org/events/docdays/ (spotz, 14:22:30)
* ACTION: spotz to do initial leg work on Doc Days and report back
next week (spotz, 14:31:35)
* Next Week's Chair (spotz, 14:34:15)
* Open Floor (spotz, 14:36:56)
Meeting ended at 14:59:08 UTC.
Action items, by person
* amoralej add RDO Test Days to next weeks meeting
* spotz talk to jbrooks for possibility of swag/needed things for RDO
* spotz to do initial leg work on Doc Days and report back next week
People present (lines said)
* spotz (82)
* amoralej (65)
* mjturek (11)
* rdogerrit (7)
* openstack (6)
* jcapitao (2)
* baha (1)
Generated by `MeetBot`_ 0.1.4
A couple weeks ago, we created a new component-enabled centos8-train builder for RDO Trunk, using https://trunk.rdoproject.org/centos8-train-components as its URL.
Today, we have renamed it to be the official centos8-train builder, and the previous non-component-enabled one has been renamed to centos8-train-old. To summarize:
- https://trunk.rdoproject.org/centos8-train-old is the old, non-componentized URL
- https://trunk.rdoproject.org/centos8-train is the new, component-enabled URL
The TripleO CI team will work on a new component-based promotion pipeline for the new centos8-train builder, so we will have promoted content soon.
If you were using any repo from the previous URL, and now it fails, you just need to add the "-old" suffix. In the future, we expect everyone to use the new
component-enabled centos8-train builder, and delete the old one. Note that this only affects CentOS8-based builders.
If you find any trouble, please do not hesitate to contact us.