[OVN] Provide local.conf sample file for DevStack

This patch is providing a sample local.conf file for deploying OVN with
DevStack.

Change-Id: Iaba0233ead60cccd2d0fc6691133ec3e56ae07df
Signed-off-by: Lucas Alvares Gomes <lucasagomes@gmail.com>
changes/34/701734/5
Lucas Alvares Gomes 3 years ago committed by Flavio Fernandes
parent 7d5bb6d030
commit 3284b5f5ac
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#
# Sample DevStack local.conf.
#
# This sample file is intended to be used when adding an additional compute node
# to your test environment. It runs a very minimal set of services.
#
# For this configuration to work, you *must* set the SERVICE_HOST option to the
# IP address of the main DevStack host. You must also set HOST_IP to the IP
# address of this host.
#
[[local|localrc]]
DATABASE_PASSWORD=password
RABBIT_PASSWORD=password
SERVICE_PASSWORD=password
SERVICE_TOKEN=password
ADMIN_PASSWORD=password
# Enable devstack spawn logging
LOGFILE=$DEST/logs/stack.sh.log
# The DevStack plugin defaults to using the ovn branch from the official ovs
# repo. You can optionally use a different one. For example, you may want to
# use the latest patches in blp's ovn branch:
#OVN_REPO=https://github.com/blp/ovs-reviews.git
#OVN_BRANCH=ovn
enable_plugin neutron https://opendev.org/openstack/neutron
disable_all_services
enable_service n-cpu
enable_service placement-client
enable_service ovn-controller
enable_service neutron-ovn-metadata-agent
# Set this to the address of the main DevStack host running the rest of the
# OpenStack services.
SERVICE_HOST=<IP address of host running everything else>
RABBIT_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST
Q_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST
# How to connect to ovsdb-server hosting the OVN SB database
OVN_SB_REMOTE=tcp:$SERVICE_HOST:6642
# A UUID to uniquely identify this system. If one is not specified, a random
# one will be generated and saved in the file 'ovn-uuid' for re-use in future
# DevStack runs.
#OVN_UUID=
# Whether or not to build custom openvswitch kernel modules from the ovs git
# tree. This is enabled by default. This is required unless your distro kernel
# includes ovs+conntrack support. This support was first released in Linux 4.3,
# and will likely be backported by some distros.
#OVN_BUILD_MODULES=False
HOST_IP=<IP address of current host>
NOVA_VNC_ENABLED=True
NOVNCPROXY_URL=http://$SERVICE_HOST:6080/vnc_lite.html
VNCSERVER_LISTEN=$HOST_IP
VNCSERVER_PROXYCLIENT_ADDRESS=$VNCSERVER_LISTEN
# Skydive
#enable_plugin skydive https://github.com/redhat-cip/skydive.git
#enable_service skydive-agent
# Provider Network
# If you want to enable a provider network instead of the default private
# network after your DevStack environment installation, you *must* set the
# Q_USE_PROVIDER_NETWORKING to True, and give value to both PHYSICAL_NETWORK
# and OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE.
#Q_USE_PROVIDER_NETWORKING=True
#PHYSICAL_NETWORK=providernet
#OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE=br-provider
#PUBLIC_INTERFACE=<public interface>
# If the admin wants to enable this chassis to host gateway routers for
# external connectivity, then set ENABLE_CHASSIS_AS_GW to True.
# Then devstack will set ovn-cms-options with enable-chassis-as-gw
# in Open_vSwitch table's external_ids column.
# If this option is not set on any chassis, all the of them with bridge
# mappings configured will be eligible to host a gateway.
#ENABLE_CHASSIS_AS_GW=False

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#
# Sample DevStack local.conf.
#
# This sample file is intended to be used for your typical DevStack environment
# that's running all of OpenStack on a single host. This can also be used as
# the first host of a multi-host test environment.
#
# No changes to this sample configuration are required for this to work.
#
[[local|localrc]]
DATABASE_PASSWORD=password
RABBIT_PASSWORD=password
SERVICE_PASSWORD=password
SERVICE_TOKEN=password
ADMIN_PASSWORD=password
Q_AGENT=ovn
Q_ML2_PLUGIN_MECHANISM_DRIVERS=ovn,logger
Q_ML2_PLUGIN_TYPE_DRIVERS=local,flat,vlan,geneve
Q_ML2_TENANT_NETWORK_TYPE="geneve"
# Enable devstack spawn logging
LOGFILE=$DEST/logs/stack.sh.log
# The DevStack plugin defaults to using the ovn branch from the official ovs
# repo. You can optionally use a different one. For example, you may want to
# use the latest patches in blp's ovn branch:
#OVN_REPO=https://github.com/blp/ovs-reviews.git
#OVN_BRANCH=ovn
enable_service ovn-northd
enable_service ovn-controller
enable_service neutron-ovn-metadata-agent
# Use Neutron instead of nova-network
disable_service n-net
enable_service q-svc
# Disable Neutron agents not used with OVN.
disable_service q-agt
disable_service q-l3
disable_service q-dhcp
disable_service q-meta
# Enable services, these services depend on neutron plugin.
enable_plugin neutron https://opendev.org/openstack/neutron
enable_service q-trunk
enable_service q-dns
#enable_service q-qos
# Enable neutron tempest plugin tests
enable_plugin neutron-tempest-plugin https://opendev.org/openstack/neutron-tempest-plugin
# To enable the advanced images tempest tests, uncomment the lines below:
#DOWNLOAD_DEFAULT_IMAGES=False
#IMAGE_URLS="http://download.cirros-cloud.net/0.4.0/cirros-0.4.0-x86_64-disk.img,https://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/releases/xenial/release/ubuntu-16.04-server-cloudimg-amd64-disk1.img"
#DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=cirros-0.4.0-x86_64-disk
#DEFAULT_IMAGE_FILE_NAME=cirros-0.4.0-x86_64-disk.img
#ADVANCED_IMAGE_NAME=ubuntu-16.04-server-cloudimg-amd64-disk1
#ADVANCED_INSTANCE_TYPE=ds512M
#ADVANCED_INSTANCE_USER=ubuntu
#BUILD_TIMEOUT=784
# Horizon (the web UI) is enabled by default. You may want to disable
# it here to speed up DevStack a bit.
enable_service horizon
#disable_service horizon
# Cinder (OpenStack Block Storage) is disabled by default to speed up
# DevStack a bit. You may enable it here if you would like to use it.
disable_service cinder c-sch c-api c-vol
#enable_service cinder c-sch c-api c-vol
# To enable Rally, uncomment the line below
#enable_plugin rally https://github.com/openstack/rally master
# How to connect to ovsdb-server hosting the OVN NB database.
#OVN_NB_REMOTE=tcp:$SERVICE_HOST:6641
# How to connect to ovsdb-server hosting the OVN SB database.
#OVN_SB_REMOTE=tcp:$SERVICE_HOST:6642
# A UUID to uniquely identify this system. If one is not specified, a random
# one will be generated and saved in the file 'ovn-uuid' for re-use in future
# DevStack runs.
#OVN_UUID=
# If using the OVN native layer-3 service, choose a router scheduler to
# manage the distribution of router gateways on hypervisors/chassis.
# Default value is leastloaded.
#OVN_L3_SCHEDULER=leastloaded
# Whether or not to build custom openvswitch kernel modules from the ovs git
# tree. This is enabled by default. This is required unless your distro kernel
# includes ovs+conntrack support. This support was first released in Linux 4.3,
# and will likely be backported by some distros.
#OVN_BUILD_MODULES=False
# Skydive
#enable_plugin skydive https://github.com/redhat-cip/skydive.git
#enable_service skydive-analyzer
#enable_service skydive-agent
# Octavia with OVN provider driver. OVN provider driver uses the OVN native
# load balancer and it only supports L4 TCP load balancer and doesn't support
# health check monitor and other advanced features supported by Octavia
# amphore driver. If you want to enable Octavia amphore driver, please see
# http://opendev.org/openstack/networking-ovn/tree/devstack/ovn-octavia-provider.conf.sample
# If you want to enable a provider network instead of the default private
# network after your DevStack environment installation, you *must* set
# the Q_USE_PROVIDER_NETWORKING to True, and also give FIXED_RANGE,
# NETWORK_GATEWAY and ALLOCATION_POOL option to the correct value that can
# be used in your environment. Specifying Q_AGENT is needed to allow devstack
# to run various "ip link set" and "ovs-vsctl" commands for the provider
# network setup.
#Q_AGENT=openvswitch
#Q_USE_PROVIDER_NETWORKING=True
#PHYSICAL_NETWORK=providernet
#PROVIDER_NETWORK_TYPE=flat
#PUBLIC_INTERFACE=<public interface>
#OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE=br-provider
#PROVIDER_SUBNET_NAME=provider-subnet
# If the admin wants to enable this chassis to host gateway routers for
# external connectivity, then set ENABLE_CHASSIS_AS_GW to True.
# Then devstack will set ovn-cms-options with enable-chassis-as-gw
# in Open_vSwitch table's external_ids column.
# If this option is not set on any chassis, all the of them with bridge
# mappings configured will be eligible to host a gateway.
ENABLE_CHASSIS_AS_GW=True
# use the following for IPv4
#IP_VERSION=4
#FIXED_RANGE=<CIDR for the Provider Network>
#NETWORK_GATEWAY=<Provider Network Gateway>
#ALLOCATION_POOL=<Provider Network Allocation Pool>
# use the following for IPv4+IPv6
#IP_VERSION=4+6
#FIXED_RANGE=<CIDR for the Provider Network>
#NETWORK_GATEWAY=<Provider Network Gateway>
#ALLOCATION_POOL=<Provider Network Allocation Pool>
# IPV6_PROVIDER_FIXED_RANGE=<v6 CDIR for the Provider Network>
# IPV6_PROVIDER_NETWORK_GATEWAY=<v6 Gateway for the Provider Network>
# If you wish to use the provider network for public access to the cloud,
# set the following
#Q_USE_PROVIDERNET_FOR_PUBLIC=True
#PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME=<Provider network name>
#PUBLIC_NETWORK_GATEWAY=<Provider network gateway>
#PUBLIC_PHYSICAL_NETWORK=<Provider network name>
#IP_VERSION=4
#PUBLIC_SUBNET_NAME=<provider subnet name>
#Q_FLOATING_ALLOCATION_POOL=<Provider Network Allocation Pool>
#FLOATING_RANGE=<CIDR for the Provider Network>
# NOTE: DO NOT MOVE THESE SECTIONS FROM THE END OF THIS FILE
# IF YOU DO, THEY WON'T WORK!!!!!
#
# Enable Nova automatic host discovery for cell every 2 seconds
# Only needed in case of multinode devstack, as otherwise there will be issues
# when the 2nd compute node goes online.
# The next line is used to insert extra configuration here from the vagrant
# script, please don't modify or remove, keep it before any post-config items
#EXTRA_CONFIG
[[post-config|$NOVA_CONF]]
[scheduler]
discover_hosts_in_cells_interval = 2
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