Charm Interface - Neutron Load Balancer
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README.md

Overview

This interface provides information about Neutron API availability for external Load Balancer services. In a transition period it also provides a mechanism for configuring the LBaaSv2 proxy service on the Neutron API server.

Usage

No explicit handler is required to consume this interface in charms that consume this interface.

In addittion to the states automatically set based on relation data by charms.reactive.Endpoint, the interface provides the neutron-api.available state.

metadata

To consume this interface in your charm or layer, add the following to layer.yaml:

includes: ['interface:neutron-load-balancer']

and add a requires interface of type neutron-load-balancer to your charm or layers metadata.yaml:

requires:
  neutron-load-balancer:
    interface: neutron-load-balancer

Bugs

Please report bugs on Launchpad.

For development questions please refer to the OpenStack Charm Guide.