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Yes the bundles contain all of the relationships, and configuration values. You can see these by opening the bundle deployer YAML file in your text editor. Currently, some bundles require you to modify one or more of their service settings prior to deploying ex) bundles which include ceph https://jujucharms.com/precise/ceph-18/#bws-readme.
I resolved the problem. It seems that's a bug on the system. It's answered in the documentation: http://docs.openstack.org/havana/install-guide/install/apt/content/install-neutron.install-plug-in-controller.ovs.gre.html#comment-1132665540 and its related to this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/759725 Now I'm able to start the ...
This is completely possible and a valid solution to paring down the number of machines needed for an HA deployment of OpenStack. The latest version of MAAS, available in the cloud-archive, has support for "vMAAS" or Virtual MAAS, which gives MAAS the power to drive virtual machines in addition to physical ones.
If I'm reading this correctly, the answer should be yes, soon, on MAAS. The container addressability story is currently only good on MAAS. However soon, we hope to have KVM working alongside LXC.
The feature you are looking for we call "cross environment relations", and unfortunately we do not support that yet. Here's the bug report for it if you want to follow along though: https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju/+bug/1049340
What environment should I choose? - "maas"? - "local"? Local is faster and more lightweight because you are not doing virtualization but using Linux Containers (LXC). I would try it first. I tried it and ran in to some problems where the LXC container was not allowed to build some kernel modules for Quantum/Neutron networking, but Quantum/Neutron ...
My suggestion would be to use ubuntu cloud archive https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/CloudArchive
-1 normally indicates 'unlimited quota'.
With the latest MAAS and Juju releases (available for 12.04 from the Cloud Tools archive), its possible to mix LXC containers with physical servers to support your OpenStack deployment on a smaller number of servers. Its possible to run the following charms in LXC containers: cinder (so long as you are using a Ceph backend) glance mysql rabbitmq-server ...
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