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create the 'namos' db using below command
create database namos
Run the below command to sync the namos schema
Assume, namos is cloned at /opt/stack/namos, then run below command to install namos from this directory.
sudo python setup.py install
namos-api - Namos API starts to listen on port 9999. Now it does have support for keystone authendication
NOTE: Before running the namos-manager, please add os-namos agent in the console scripts of respective service components.
It provides 360 degree view under region->service_node in the response. In addition, gives the current live status of each servicec components.
Run the below command
NOTE: This command supports to query status based on given node name, node type , service and component. To find more details run this command with --help