OpenStack Block Storage (Cinder)
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README.rst

The Choose Your Own Adventure README for Cinder

You have come across a storage service for an open cloud computing service. It has identified itself as "Cinder." It was abstracted from the Nova project.

To monitor it from a distance: follow @openstack on twitter.

To tame it for use in your own cloud: read http://docs.openstack.org

To study its anatomy: read http://cinder.openstack.org

To dissect it in detail: visit http://github.com/openstack/cinder

To taunt it with its weaknesses: use http://bugs.launchpad.net/cinder

To watch it: http://jenkins.openstack.org

To hack at it: read HACKING.rst