Openstack Project Beginning!
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Author: GNET Data Center
Hey I know you are downsizing some of your stuff and Im looking to get some Dell r710/r610s so if you are selling any let me know! Im just in high school but I have a single r710 right now hosting pfsense an active directory server, DNS, NAS, Plex, LAMP stack and WDS and currently working on getting a SCCM environment setup!
how can i make my own personal cloud storage with that server
you obvs know a load aboout servers, i want to setup a web server just for test purposes. i want the smallest and less nosiy, mainly so i can find something to put it on other than a huge rack, and for quietness as it would probably be in my room. Any kind of suggestions to size and silence what to look for be helpfull.. Cheers dude
Where do you get your cat5/6 cable with the clear boots at?
“spanning-tree portfast” should speed up the time for the port on the switch to go active after you reboot a host.
The latest version of the ubuntu autopilot doesn’t install properly. Just a suggestion the fuel openstack installer is really great not the mirantis branded one although the mirantis instructions videos aren’t bad.
great video, love the switches (i see the fiber isn’t being used anymore) msg me if you have any questions with those.
can we get in future all videos of installing maas with openstack
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Nice video mate!
What a great video !!! BTW, what type of Cisco switch do you use? Are those gigabit networks or 10Gb? Thank you!
Thats a nice video. I am wondering why don’t you just install openstack manually using the manual from the openstack website? It’s a lot less confusing that way than using MAAS and Autopilot. Those are great tools and give you lots of flexibility, but building openstack manually it gives a better understanding of how stuff work and then in no time you are able to also modify the configurations to suit your needs best. I would recommend openstack to everyone as it is a great platform and gives you the freedom to combine lots of technologies and get the best out of each one.