Load Balancing as a Service (LBaaS) for OpenStack
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octavia/etc/octavia.conf

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[DEFAULT]
# Print debugging output (set logging level to DEBUG instead of default WARNING level).
# debug = False
# bind_host = 127.0.0.1
# bind_port = 9876
# api_handler = queue_producer
#
# How should authentication be handled (keystone, noauth)
# auth_strategy = noauth
#
# Plugin options are hot_plug_plugin (Hot-pluggable controller plugin)
#
# octavia_plugins = hot_plug_plugin
# Hostname to be used by the host machine for services running on it.
# The default value is the hostname of the host machine.
# host =
# AMQP Transport URL
# For Single Host, specify one full transport URL:
# transport_url = rabbit://<user>:<pass>@127.0.0.1:5672/<vhost>
# For HA, specify queue nodes in cluster, comma delimited:
# transport_url = rabbit://<user>:<pass>@server01,<user>:<pass>@server02/<vhost>
# transport_url =
[database]
# This line MUST be changed to actually run the plugin.
# Example:
# connection = mysql+pymysql://root:pass@127.0.0.1:3306/octavia
# Replace 127.0.0.1 above with the IP address of the database used by the
# main octavia server. (Leave it as is if the database runs on this host.)
# connection = mysql+pymysql://
# NOTE: In deployment the [database] section and its connection attribute may
# be set in the corresponding core plugin '.ini' file. However, it is suggested
# to put the [database] section and its connection attribute in this
# configuration file.
[health_manager]
# bind_ip = 127.0.0.1
# bind_port = 5555
# controller_ip_port_list example: 127.0.0.1:5555, 127.0.0.1:5555
# controller_ip_port_list =
# failover_threads = 10
# status_update_threads = 50
# heartbeat_interval = 10
# heartbeat_key =
# heartbeat_timeout = 60
# health_check_interval = 3
# sock_rlimit = 0
# EventStreamer options are
# queue_event_streamer,
# noop_event_streamer
# event_streamer_driver = noop_event_streamer
[keystone_authtoken]
# This group of config options are imported from keystone middleware. Thus the
# option names should match the names declared in the middleware.
# auth_uri = https://localhost:5000/v3
# admin_user = octavia
# admin_password = password
# admin_tenant_name = service
# insecure = False
# cafile =
[certificates]
# Certificate Generator options are local_cert_generator
# anchor_cert_generator
# cert_generator = local_cert_generator
# For local certificate signing (development only):
# ca_certificate = /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem
# ca_private_key = /etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key
# ca_private_key_passphrase =
# signing_digest = sha256
# storage_path = /var/lib/octavia/certificates/
# For the TLS management
# Certificate Manager options are local_cert_manager
# barbican_cert_manager
# cert_manager = barbican_cert_manager
# For Barbican authentication (if using any Barbican based cert class)
# barbican_auth = barbican_acl_auth
#
# Region in Identity service catalog to use for communication with the Barbican service.
# region_name =
#
# Endpoint type to use for communication with the Barbican service.
# endpoint_type = publicURL
[anchor]
# Use OpenStack anchor to sign the amphora REST API certificates
# url = http://localhost:9999/v1/sign/default
# username =
# password =
[networking]
# Network to communicate with amphora
# lb_network_name =
# The maximum attempts to retry an action with the networking service.
# max_retries = 15
# Seconds to wait before retrying an action with the networking service.
# retry_interval = 1
# The maximum time to wait, in seconds, for a port to detach from an amphora
# port_detach_timeout = 300
[haproxy_amphora]
# base_path = /var/lib/octavia
# base_cert_dir = /var/lib/octavia/certs
# Absolute path to a custom HAProxy template file
# haproxy_template =
# connection_max_retries = 300
# connection_retry_interval = 5
# build_rate_limit = -1
# build_active_retries = 300
# build_retry_interval = 5
# user_group = nogroup
# Maximum number of entries that can fit in the stick table.
# The size supports "k", "m", "g" suffixes.
# haproxy_stick_size = 10k
# REST Driver specific
# bind_host = 0.0.0.0
# bind_port = 9443
#
# This setting is only needed with IPv6 link-local addresses (fe80::/64) are
# used for communication between Octavia and its Amphora, if IPv4 or other IPv6
# addresses are used it can be ignored.
# lb_network_interface = o-hm0
#
# haproxy_cmd = /usr/sbin/haproxy
# respawn_count = 2
# respawn_interval = 2
# client_cert = /etc/octavia/certs/client.pem
# server_ca = /etc/octavia/certs/server_ca.pem
#
# This setting is deprecated. It is now automatically discovered.
# use_upstart = True
#
# rest_request_conn_timeout = 10
# rest_request_read_timeout = 60
[controller_worker]
# amp_active_retries = 10
# amp_active_wait_sec = 10
# Glance parameters to extract image ID to use for amphora. Only one of
# parameters is needed. Using tags is the recommended way to refer to images.
# amp_image_id =
# amp_image_tag =
# Optional owner ID used to restrict glance images to one owner ID.
# This is a recommended security setting.
# amp_image_owner_id =
# Nova parameters to use when booting amphora
# amp_flavor_id =
# amp_ssh_key_name =
# amp_ssh_access_allowed = True
# Networks to attach to the Amphorae examples:
# - One primary network
# - - amp_boot_network_list = 22222222-3333-4444-5555-666666666666
# - Multiple networks
# - - amp_boot_network_list = 11111111-2222-33333-4444-555555555555, 22222222-3333-4444-5555-666666666666
# - All networks defined in the list will be attached to each amphora
# amp_boot_network_list =
# amp_secgroup_list =
# client_ca = /etc/octavia/certs/ca_01.pem
# Amphora driver options are amphora_noop_driver,
# amphora_haproxy_rest_driver
#
# amphora_driver = amphora_noop_driver
#
# Compute driver options are compute_noop_driver
# compute_nova_driver
#
# compute_driver = compute_noop_driver
#
# Network driver options are network_noop_driver
# allowed_address_pairs_driver
#
# network_driver = network_noop_driver
#
# Load balancer topology options are SINGLE, ACTIVE_STANDBY
# loadbalancer_topology = SINGLE
# user_data_config_drive = False
[task_flow]
# engine = serial
# max_workers = 5
[oslo_messaging]
# Queue Consumer Thread Pool Size
# rpc_thread_pool_size = 2
# Topic (i.e. Queue) Name
# topic = octavia_prov
# Topic for octavia's events sent to a queue
# event_stream_topic = neutron_lbaas_event
[house_keeping]
# Interval in seconds to initiate spare amphora checks
# spare_check_interval = 30
# spare_amphora_pool_size = 0
# Cleanup interval for Deleted amphora
# cleanup_interval = 30
# Amphora expiry age in seconds. Default is 1 week
# amphora_expiry_age = 604800
# Load balancer expiry age in seconds. Default is 1 week
# load_balancer_expiry_age = 604800
[amphora_agent]
# agent_server_ca = /etc/octavia/certs/client_ca.pem
# agent_server_cert = /etc/octavia/certs/server.pem
# Defaults for agent_server_network_dir when not specified here are:
# Ubuntu: /etc/netns/amphora-haproxy/network/interfaces.d/
# Centos/fedora/rhel: /etc/netns/amphora-haproxy/sysconfig/network-scripts/
#
# agent_server_network_dir =
# agent_server_network_file =
# agent_request_read_timeout = 120
[keepalived_vrrp]
# Amphora Role/Priority advertisement interval in seconds
# vrrp_advert_int = 1
# Service health check interval and success/fail count
# vrrp_check_interval = 5
# vrpp_fail_count = 2
# vrrp_success_count = 2
# Amphora MASTER gratuitous ARP refresh settings
# vrrp_garp_refresh_interval = 5
# vrrp_garp_refresh_count = 2
[service_auth]
# memcached_servers =
# signing_dir =
# cafile = /opt/stack/data/ca-bundle.pem
# project_domain_name = Default
# project_name = admin
# user_domain_name = Default
# password = password
# username = admin
# auth_type = password
# auth_url = http://localhost:5555/
[nova]
# The name of the nova service in the keystone catalog
# service_name =
# Custom nova endpoint if override is necessary
# endpoint =
# Region in Identity service catalog to use for communication with the
# OpenStack services.
# region_name =
# Endpoint type in Identity service catalog to use for communication with
# the OpenStack services.
# endpoint_type = publicURL
# CA certificates file to verify neutron connections when TLS is enabled
# ca_certificates_file =
# Disable certificate validation on SSL connections
# insecure = False
# If non-zero, generate a random name of the length provided for each amphora,
# in the format "a[A-Z0-9]*".
# Otherwise, the default name format will be used: "amphora-{UUID}".
# random_amphora_name_length = 0
#
# Availability zone to use for creating Amphorae
# availability_zone =
# Enable anti-affinity in nova
# enable_anti_affinity = False
# Set the anti-affinity policy to what is suitable.
# Nova supports: anti-affinity and soft-anti-affinity
# anti_affinity_policy = anti-affinity
[glance]
# The name of the glance service in the keystone catalog
# service_name =
# Custom glance endpoint if override is necessary
# endpoint =
# Region in Identity service catalog to use for communication with the
# OpenStack services.
# region_name =
# Endpoint type in Identity service catalog to use for communication with
# the OpenStack services.
# endpoint_type = publicURL
# CA certificates file to verify neutron connections when TLS is enabled
# insecure = False
# ca_certificates_file =
[neutron]
# The name of the neutron service in the keystone catalog
# service_name =
# Custom neutron endpoint if override is necessary
# endpoint =
# Region in Identity service catalog to use for communication with the
# OpenStack services.
# region_name =
# Endpoint type in Identity service catalog to use for communication with
# the OpenStack services.
# endpoint_type = publicURL
# CA certificates file to verify neutron connections when TLS is enabled
# insecure = False
# ca_certificates_file =
[quotas]
# default_load_balancer_quota = -1
# default_listener_quota = -1
# default_member_quota = -1
# default_pool_quota = -1
# default_health_monitor_quota = -1