[rdo-list] RDO blogs, week of October 3

Rich Bowen rbowen at redhat.com
Mon Oct 3 20:24:51 UTC 2016

Here's what RDO enthusiasts are blogging about lately.

Gnocchi 3.0 release by Julien Danjou

After a few weeks of hard work with the team, here is the new major
version of Gnocchi, stamped 3.0.0. It was very challenging, as we wanted
to implement a few big changes in it.

Read more at http://tm3.org/bf

# of DB connections in OpenStack services by geguileo

The other day someone asked me if the SQLAlchemy connections to the DB
where per worker or shared among all workers, and what was the number of
connections that should be expected from an OpenStack service. Maybe you
have also wondered about this at some point, wonder no more, here’s a
quick write up summarizing […]

Read more at http://tm3.org/bg

Hyperthreading in the cloud by Tim Bell

The cloud at CERN is used for a variety of different purposes from
running personal VMs for development/test, bulk throughput computing to
analyse the data from the Large Hadron Collider to long running services
for the experiments and the organisation.
Read more at http://tm3.org/bh
OVS 2.6 and The First Release of OVN by russellbryant
In January of 2015, the Open vSwitch team announced that they planned to
start a new project within OVS called OVN (Open Virtual Network).  The
timing could not have been better for me as I was looking around for a
new project.  I dove in with a goal of figuring out whether OVN could be
a promising next generation of Open vSwitch integration for OpenStack
and have been contributing to it ever since.

Read more at http://tm3.org/bi

Deployment tips for puppet-tripleo changes by Carlos Camacho
This post will describe different ways of debugging puppet-tripleo changes.

Read more at http://tm3.org/bj

Running Tempest on RDO OpenStack Newton by chandankumar
Tempest is a set of integration tests to run against an OpenStack cluster.

Read more at http://tm3.org/bk

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