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ScaleIO-Cinder plugin leverages an existing ScaleIO cluster by configuring Cinder to use ScaleIO as the block storage backend.
If you are looking to deploy a new ScaleIO cluster on Fuel slave nodes and replaces the default OpenStack volume backend by ScaleIO. please take a look at the ScaleIO plugin.
|Mirantis OpenStack compatibility||6.1/7.0|
The following table shows current limitation
To install the ScaleIO-Cinder plugin, follow these steps:
Download the plugin from the Fuel Plugins Catalog.
Copy the plugin file to the Fuel Master node. Follow the Quick start guide if you don’t have a running Fuel Master node yet.
$ scp scaleio-cinder-1.5-1.5.0-1.noarch.rpm root@<Fuel Master node IP address>:/tmp/
Log into the Fuel Master node and install the plugin using the fuel command line.
$ fuel plugins --install /tmp/scaleio-cinder-1.5-1.5.0-1.noarch.rpm
Verify that the plugin is installed correctly.
$ fuel plugins
To install the ScaleIO-Cinder Plugin from source code, you first need to prepare an environment to build the RPM file of the plugin. The recommended approach is to build the RPM file directly onto the Fuel Master node so that you won’t have to copy that file later.
Prepare an environment for building the plugin on the Fuel Master node.
Install the standard Linux development tools:
$ yum install createrepo rpm rpm-build dpkg-devel
Install the Fuel Plugin Builder. To do that, you should first get pip:
$ easy_install pip
Then install the Fuel Plugin Builder (the
fpb command line) with
$ pip install fuel-plugin-builder
Note: You may also have to build the Fuel Plugin Builder if the package version of the
plugin is higher than package version supported by the Fuel Plugin Builder you get from
In this case, please refer to the section “Preparing an environment for plugin development”
of the Fuel Plugins wiki if you
need further instructions about how to build the Fuel Plugin Builder.
Clone the ScaleIO Plugin git repository:
$ git clone --recursive firstname.lastname@example.org:openstack/fuel-plugin-scaleio-cinder.git
Check that the plugin is valid:
$ fpb --check ./fuel-plugin-scaleio-cinder
Build the plugin:
$ fpb --build ./fuel-plugin-scaleio-cinder
Now you have created an RPM file that you can install using the steps described above. The RPM file will be located in:
Please read the ScaleIO Plugin User Guide.
Please read the CONTRIBUTING.md document for the latest information about contributions.
Please use the Launchpad project site to report bugs, request features, ask questions, etc.
Please read the LICENSE document for the latest licensing information.