OpenStack Networking (Neutron)
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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
Q_AGENT=ovn
NEUTRON_AGENT=$Q_AGENT
Q_ML2_PLUGIN_MECHANISM_DRIVERS=ovn,logger
Q_ML2_PLUGIN_TYPE_DRIVERS=local,flat,vlan,geneve
Q_ML2_TENANT_NETWORK_TYPE="geneve"
# Enable devstack spawn logging
LOGFILE=$DEST/logs/stack.sh.log
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 q-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:$SERVICE_HOST:6642
# A UUID to uniquely identify this system. If one is not specified, a random
# one will be generated and saved in the file 'ovn-uuid' for re-use in future
# DevStack runs.
#OVN_UUID=
# The DevStack plugin defaults to using the ovn branch from the official ovs
# repo. You can optionally use a different one. For example, you may want to
# use the latest patches in blp's ovn branch (and see OVN_BUILD_FROM_SOURCE):
#OVN_REPO=https://github.com/blp/ovs-reviews.git
#OVN_BRANCH=ovn
# NOTE: When specifying the branch, as shown above, you must also enable this!
# By default, OVN will be installed from packages. In order to build OVN from
# source, set OVN_BUILD_FROM_SOURCE=True
#OVN_BUILD_FROM_SOURCE=False
# Whether or not to build custom openvswitch kernel modules from the ovs git
# tree. This is disabled by default. This is required unless your distro kernel
# includes ovs+conntrack support. This support was first released in Linux 4.3,
# and will likely be backported by some distros.
# NOTE(mjozefcz): We need to compile the module for Ubuntu Bionic, because default
# shipped kernel module doesn't openflow meter action support.
OVN_BUILD_MODULES=True
HOST_IP=<IP address of current host>
NOVA_VNC_ENABLED=True
NOVNCPROXY_URL=http://$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