[rdo-list] TripleO on single machine

Justin Kilpatrick jkilpatr at redhat.com
Tue Aug 1 16:32:30 UTC 2017

you want to use tripleo quickstart.


Copy your ssh key over to the machine for the root account then run.

./quickstart.sh -R <openstack release> -p quickstart-extras.yml <ip address>

This will then bootstrap an ansible playbook that will login to your
server, install the right packages, setup virtual machines, setup
networking, deploy an undercloud, and deploy an overcloud all in one
~2ish hour automated run.

Once it's done go to ~/.quickstart/ and run ssh -F ssh.config.ansible
undercloud to login to the undercloud, you will find a stackrc for the
undercloud api endpoints and a overcloudrc for the overcloud

Note you can only chose upstream releases, Newton, Ocata, Master (Pike
without containers right now)

Hope this helps

- Justin

On Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 12:12 PM, James LaBarre <jlabarre at redhat.com> wrote:
> I am trying to set up a machine for learning TripleO on, but I'm still
> confused on whether a single machine can be used for a practice
> configuration.  I have made a few runs building Packstack on it, not
> really happy with how any turned out, and really need to work with
> TripleO since that's what I'd be supporting.
> I have a baremetal system with RHEL 7.4beta on it, 128G memory and 32
> cpu/cores, so it should be able to handle a decent training configuration.
> Is it even possible to do this on this system, or perhaps I should be
> creating a number of simple KVM/QEMU instances manually and building
> from there?
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