월: 2013 10월

Installing OpenStack With Rackspace Private Cloud Tools

This section discusses the process for installing an OpenStack environment with the Rackspace Private Cloud cookbooks. Before you begin, it is strongly recommended that you review “Installation Prerequisites and Concepts” to ensure that you have completed all necessary preparations for the installation process. For information about OpenStack Networking (Neutron, formerly Quantum), see Configuring OpenStack Networking. NOTE: For information about Rackspace Private…

ssbench 0.2.22

Download ssbench-0.2.22.tar.gz SwiftStack Swift Benchmarking Suite SwiftStack Benchmark Suite (ssbench) is a flexible and scalable benchmarking tool for the OpenStack Swift object storage system. The ssbench-master run-scenario command will run benchmark “scenarios” against an OpenStack Swift cluster, utilizing one or more distributed ssbench-worker processes, saving statistics about the run to a file. Thessbench-master report-scenario command can then generate a report from the saved statstics. By default,ssbench-master run-scenario will generate a report to…

Making a simple Yum repository.

Here is some low hanging fruit to improve your RHEL environment and simplify your work… setup a simple Yum repository.   There is very little magic involved in getting a yum repository up and running. You just need a web server and createrepo. yum -y install createrepo httpd Give your repo a home. mkdir -p /path/to/repo/MyRepo Go ahead and setup a…

Making a local CentOS mirror.

Following up from my last post on creating a simple yum repository, here is how to setup a local CentOS mirror.   This works much the same as with my last article, and here I’ll make it so your personal repo and your CentOS mirror repo can co-exist. You’ll dump your CentOS mirror in /path/to/repo/CentOS, while your personal repo was put in /path/to/repo/MyRepo but the…

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