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SUSE OpenStack Cloud 9

Operations Guide CLM Edit source

At the time of the SUSE OpenStack Cloud 9 release, this guide contains information pertaining to the operation, administration, and user functions of SUSE OpenStack Cloud. The audience is the admin-level operator of the cloud.

Publication Date: 01/07/2022
1 Operations Overview
1.1 What is a cloud operator?
1.2 Tools provided to operate your cloud
1.3 Daily tasks
1.4 Weekly or monthly tasks
1.5 Semi-annual tasks
1.6 Troubleshooting
1.7 Common Questions
2 Tutorials
2.1 SUSE OpenStack Cloud Quickstart Guide
2.2 Installing the Command-Line Clients
2.3 Cloud Admin Actions with the Command Line
2.4 Log Management and Integration
2.5 Integrating Your Logs with Splunk
2.6 Integrating SUSE OpenStack Cloud with an LDAP System
3 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI User Guide
3.1 Accessing the Admin UI
3.2 Admin UI Pages
3.3 Topology
3.4 Server Management
3.5 Server Replacement
4 Third-Party Integrations
4.1 Splunk Integration
4.2 Operations Bridge Integration
4.3 Monitoring Third-Party Components With Monasca
5 Managing Identity
5.1 The Identity Service
5.2 Supported Upstream Keystone Features
5.3 Understanding Domains, Projects, Users, Groups, and Roles
5.4 Identity Service Token Validation Example
5.5 Configuring the Identity Service
5.6 Retrieving the Admin Password
5.7 Changing Service Passwords
5.8 Reconfiguring the Identity service
5.9 Integrating LDAP with the Identity Service
5.10 keystone-to-keystone Federation
5.11 Configuring Web Single Sign-On
5.12 Identity Service Notes and Limitations
6 Managing Compute
6.1 Managing Compute Hosts using Aggregates and Scheduler Filters
6.2 Using Flavor Metadata to Specify CPU Model
6.3 Forcing CPU and RAM Overcommit Settings
6.4 Enabling the Nova Resize and Migrate Features
6.5 Enabling ESX Compute Instance(s) Resize Feature
6.6 GPU passthrough
6.7 Configuring the Image Service
7 Managing ESX
7.1 Networking for ESXi Hypervisor (OVSvApp)
7.2 Validating the neutron Installation
7.3 Removing a Cluster from the Compute Resource Pool
7.4 Removing an ESXi Host from a Cluster
7.5 Configuring Debug Logging
7.6 Making Scale Configuration Changes
7.7 Monitoring vCenter Clusters
7.8 Monitoring Integration with OVSvApp Appliance
8 Managing Block Storage
8.1 Managing Block Storage using Cinder
9 Managing Object Storage
9.1 Running the swift Dispersion Report
9.2 Gathering Swift Data
9.3 Gathering Swift Monitoring Metrics
9.4 Using the swift Command-line Client (CLI)
9.5 Managing swift Rings
9.6 Configuring your swift System to Allow Container Sync
10 Managing Networking
10.1 SUSE OpenStack Cloud Firewall
10.2 Using VPN as a Service (VPNaaS)
10.3 DNS Service Overview
10.4 Networking Service Overview
10.5 Creating a Highly Available Router
11 Managing the Dashboard
11.1 Configuring the Dashboard Service
11.2 Changing the Dashboard Timeout Value
11.3 Creating a Load Balancer with the Dashboard
12 Managing Orchestration
12.1 Configuring the Orchestration Service
12.2 Autoscaling using the Orchestration Service
12.3 Orchestration Service support for LBaaS v2
13 Managing Monitoring, Logging, and Usage Reporting
13.1 Monitoring
13.2 Centralized Logging Service
13.3 Metering Service (ceilometer) Overview
14 Managing Container as a Service (Magnum)
14.1 Deploying a Kubernetes Cluster on Fedora Atomic
14.2 Deploying a Kubernetes Cluster on CoreOS
14.3 Deploying a Docker Swarm Cluster on Fedora Atomic
14.4 Deploying an Apache Mesos Cluster on Ubuntu
14.5 Creating a Magnum Cluster with the Dashboard
15 System Maintenance
15.1 Planned System Maintenance
15.2 Unplanned System Maintenance
15.3 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Maintenance Update Procedure
15.4 Upgrading Cloud Lifecycle Manager 8 to Cloud Lifecycle Manager 9
15.5 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Program Temporary Fix (PTF) Deployment
15.6 Periodic OpenStack Maintenance Tasks
16 Operations Console
16.1 Using the Operations Console
16.2 Alarm Definition
16.3 Alarm Explorer
16.4 Compute Hosts
16.5 Compute Instances
16.6 Compute Summary
16.7 Logging
16.8 My Dashboard
16.9 Networking Alarm Summary
16.10 Central Dashboard
17 Backup and Restore
17.1 Manual Backup Overview
17.2 Enabling Backups to a Remote Server
17.3 Manual Backup and Restore Procedures
17.4 Full Disaster Recovery Test
18 Troubleshooting Issues
18.1 General Troubleshooting
18.2 Control Plane Troubleshooting
18.3 Troubleshooting Compute service
18.4 Network Service Troubleshooting
18.5 Troubleshooting the Image (glance) Service
18.6 Storage Troubleshooting
18.7 Monitoring, Logging, and Usage Reporting Troubleshooting
18.8 Orchestration Troubleshooting
18.9 Troubleshooting Tools
List of Figures
3.1 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI Login Page
3.2 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI Service Information
3.3 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Cloud Package
3.4 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Configuration
3.5 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Configuration Editor
3.6 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Configuration Update
3.7 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Model
3.8 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Model Editor
3.9 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Model Confirmation
3.10 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI SUSE Service Model Update
3.11 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI Services Per Role
3.12 Cloud Lifecycle Manager Admin UI Server Summary
3.13 Server Details (1/2)
3.14 Server Details (2/2)
3.15 Control Plane Topology
3.16 Control Plane Topology - Availability Zones
3.17 Regions Topology
3.18 Services Topology
3.19 Service Details Topology
3.20 Networks Topology
3.21 Network Groups Topology
3.22 Server Groups Topology
3.23 Roles Topology
3.24 Add Server Overview
3.25 Manually Add Server
3.26 Manually Add Server
3.27 Add Server Settings options
3.28 Select Servers to Provision OS
3.29 Confirm Provision OS
3.30 OS Install Progress
3.31 OS Install Summary
3.32 Confirm Deploy Servers
3.33 Validate Server Changes
3.34 Prepare Servers
3.35 Deploy Servers
3.36 Deploy Summary
3.37 Activate Server
3.38 Activate Server Progress
3.39 Deactivate Server
3.40 Deactivate Server Confirmation
3.41 Deactivate Server Progress
3.42 Select Migration Target
3.43 Deactivate Migration Progress
3.44 Delete Server
3.45 Delete Server Confirmation
3.46 Unreachable Delete Confirmation
3.47 Delete Server Progress
3.48 Replace Server Menu
3.49 Replace Controller Form
3.50 Replace Controller Progress
3.51 Replace Compute Menu
3.52 Unreachable Compute Node Warning
3.53 Replace Compute Form
3.54 Install SLES on New Compute
3.55 Prepare Compute Server
3.56 Deploy New Compute Server
3.57 Host Aggregate Removal Warning
3.58 Migrate Instances from Existing Compute Server
3.59 Disable Existing Compute Server
3.60 Existing Server Shutdown Check
3.61 Existing Server Delete
3.62 Compute Replacement Summary
5.1 Keystone Authentication Flow
16.1 Compute Hosts
16.2 Compute Summary
List of Examples
5.1 k2kclient.py

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