Heat templates for deploying OpenStack
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heat_template_version: rocky
description: >
Returns an IP from a service mapped list of IPs
parameters:
ServiceName:
description: Name of the service to lookup
default: ''
type: string
NetworkName: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
description: Name of the network where the VIP will be created
default: ctlplane
type: string
PortName: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
description: Name of the port
default: ''
type: string
DnsName:
description: DNS name of the port
default: ''
type: string
ControlPlaneIP: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
description: IP address on the control plane
default: ''
type: string
ControlPlaneSubnetCidr: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
default: ''
description: >
The subnet CIDR of the control plane network. (The parameter is
automatically resolved from the ctlplane subnet's cidr attribute.)
type: string
ControlPlaneNetwork: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
description: The name of the undercloud Neutron control plane
default: ctlplane
type: string
ControlPlaneSubnet: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
description: The name of the undercloud Neutron control plane subnet
default: ctlplane-subnet
type: string
FixedIPs: # Here for compatibility with ctlplane_vip.yaml
description: >
Control the IP allocation for the VIP port. E.g.
[{'ip_address':'1.2.3.4'}]
default: []
type: json
IsVirtualIP: # Here for compatibility
type: boolean
default: false
ServiceVips:
default: {}
type: json
outputs:
ip_address:
description: network IP
value: {get_param: [ServiceVips, {get_param: ServiceName}]}
ip_address_uri:
description: network IP (for compatibility with IPv6)
value: {get_param: [ServiceVips, {get_param: ServiceName}]}