It’s time to make your travel plans to New York City for the September 15 arrival of the Xen Project User Summit!
As of 07/28/2014 Bug https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/35705/attempt-of-rdo-aio-install-icehouse-on-centos-7/ is still pending and workaround suggested above should be applied during two node RDO packstack installation.
Successful implementation of Neutron ML2&&OVS&&VXLAN multi node setup requires correct version of plugin.ini -> /etc/neutron/plugins/ml2/ml2_conf.ini which appears to be generated with errors by packstack.
This is a very nice project I have been working on. The hardware at hand – two servers, with a shared SAS bus containing several SAS disks. Since it’s a shared bus, no RAID solution would cut it, and as I don’t want to waste disks with ASM (“normal” redundancy meaning half the size…), I went to ZFS storage.
ZFS is a wonderful technology, with many advantages, but with some dangerous pitfalls. As I prefer Linux, I did not bother with any Sloaris solutions, and went directly to Centos 6. I will describe my cluster setup below.
Last year was a momentous year for all things related to the Xen Project. 2013 saw Xen Project become a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. It also saw the separate XenServer project become Open Source under the auspices of
If you use — or are just interested in learning about — the Xen Project Hypervisor, you will want to mark your calendar now for two great events coming later this summer.
The Xen Project User Summit is great for:
We normally only cover news and information directly related to Xen in this channel, but we thought it might be useful to briefly expand our scope a bit to mention the recent discussion about the Docker security exploit.
Well to begin with, a few weeks ago Docker 1.0 was released, just in time for DockerCon.