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  2.  
  3. # Path to a public key to install on servers. If a usable key has not
  4. # been installed on the remote servers, the user is prompted for a
  5. # password and this key is installed so the password will not be
  6. # required again.
  7. CONFIG_SSH_KEY=/root/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
  8.  
  9. # Default password to be used everywhere (overridden by passwords set
  10. # for individual services or users).
  11. CONFIG_DEFAULT_PASSWORD=
  12.  
  13. # Specify 'y' to install MariaDB. ['y', 'n']
  14. CONFIG_MARIADB_INSTALL=y
  15.  
  16. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Image Service (glance). ['y', 'n']
  17. CONFIG_GLANCE_INSTALL=y
  18.  
  19. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Block Storage (cinder). ['y', 'n']
  20. CONFIG_CINDER_INSTALL=y
  21.  
  22. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Shared File System (manila). ['y',
  23. # 'n']
  24. CONFIG_MANILA_INSTALL=n
  25.  
  26. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Compute (nova). ['y', 'n']
  27. CONFIG_NOVA_INSTALL=y
  28.  
  29. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Networking (neutron); otherwise,
  30. # Compute Networking (nova) will be used. ['y', 'n']
  31. CONFIG_NEUTRON_INSTALL=y
  32.  
  33. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Dashboard (horizon). ['y', 'n']
  34. CONFIG_HORIZON_INSTALL=y
  35.  
  36. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Object Storage (swift). ['y', 'n']
  37. CONFIG_SWIFT_INSTALL=y
  38.  
  39. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Metering (ceilometer). ['y', 'n']
  40. CONFIG_CEILOMETER_INSTALL=y
  41.  
  42. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Orchestration (heat). ['y', 'n']
  43. CONFIG_HEAT_INSTALL=y
  44.  
  45. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Data Processing (sahara). ['y',
  46. # 'n']
  47. CONFIG_SAHARA_INSTALL=n
  48.  
  49. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Database (trove) ['y', 'n']
  50. CONFIG_TROVE_INSTALL=y
  51.  
  52. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Bare Metal Provisioning (ironic).
  53. # ['y', 'n']
  54. CONFIG_IRONIC_INSTALL=n
  55.  
  56. # Specify 'y' to install the OpenStack Client packages (command-line
  57. # tools). An admin "rc" file will also be installed. ['y', 'n']
  58. CONFIG_CLIENT_INSTALL=y
  59.  
  60. # Comma-separated list of NTP servers. Leave plain if Packstack
  61. # should not install ntpd on instances.
  62. CONFIG_NTP_SERVERS=0.pool.ntp.org,1.pool.ntp.org,2.pool.ntp.org,3.pool.ntp.org
  63.  
  64. # Specify 'y' to install Nagios to monitor OpenStack hosts. Nagios
  65. # provides additional tools for monitoring the OpenStack environment.
  66. # ['y', 'n']
  67. CONFIG_NAGIOS_INSTALL=y
  68.  
  69. # Comma-separated list of servers to be excluded from the
  70. # installation. This is helpful if you are running Packstack a second
  71. # time with the same answer file and do not want Packstack to
  72. # overwrite these server's configurations. Leave empty if you do not
  73. # need to exclude any servers.
  74. EXCLUDE_SERVERS=
  75.  
  76. # Specify 'y' if you want to run OpenStack services in debug mode;
  77. # otherwise, specify 'n'. ['y', 'n']
  78. CONFIG_DEBUG_MODE=n
  79.  
  80. # IP address of the server on which to install OpenStack services
  81. # specific to the controller role (for example, API servers or
  82. # dashboard).
  83. CONFIG_CONTROLLER_HOST=20.0.2.16
  84.  
  85. # List of IP addresses of the servers on which to install the Compute
  86. # service.
  87. CONFIG_COMPUTE_HOSTS=20.0.2.19
  88.  
  89. # List of IP addresses of the server on which to install the network
  90. # service such as Compute networking (nova network) or OpenStack
  91. # Networking (neutron).
  92. CONFIG_NETWORK_HOSTS=20.0.2.18
  93.  
  94. # Specify 'y' if you want to use VMware vCenter as hypervisor and
  95. # storage; otherwise, specify 'n'. ['y', 'n']
  96. CONFIG_VMWARE_BACKEND=n
  97.  
  98. # Specify 'y' if you want to use unsupported parameters. This should
  99. # be used only if you know what you are doing. Issues caused by using
  100. # unsupported options will not be fixed before the next major release.
  101. # ['y', 'n']
  102. CONFIG_UNSUPPORTED=n
  103.  
  104. # IP address of the VMware vCenter server.
  105. CONFIG_VCENTER_HOST=
  106.  
  107. # User name for VMware vCenter server authentication.
  108. CONFIG_VCENTER_USER=
  109.  
  110. # Password for VMware vCenter server authentication.
  111. CONFIG_VCENTER_PASSWORD=
  112.  
  113. # Name of the VMware vCenter cluster.
  114. CONFIG_VCENTER_CLUSTER_NAME=
  115.  
  116. # (Unsupported!) IP address of the server on which to install
  117. # OpenStack services specific to storage servers such as Image or
  118. # Block Storage services.
  119. CONFIG_STORAGE_HOST=20.0.2.16
  120.  
  121. # (Unsupported!) IP address of the server on which to install
  122. # OpenStack services specific to OpenStack Data Processing (sahara).
  123. CONFIG_SAHARA_HOST=20.0.2.16
  124.  
  125. # Specify 'y' to enable the EPEL repository (Extra Packages for
  126. # Enterprise Linux). ['y', 'n']
  127. CONFIG_USE_EPEL=n
  128.  
  129. # Comma-separated list of URLs for any additional yum repositories,
  130. # to use for installation.
  131. CONFIG_REPO=
  132.  
  133. # To subscribe each server with Red Hat Subscription Manager, include
  134. # this with CONFIG_RH_PW.
  135. CONFIG_RH_USER=
  136.  
  137. # To subscribe each server to receive updates from a Satellite
  138. # server, provide the URL of the Satellite server. You must also
  139. # provide a user name (CONFIG_SATELLITE_USERNAME) and password
  140. # (CONFIG_SATELLITE_PASSWORD) or an access key (CONFIG_SATELLITE_AKEY)
  141. # for authentication.
  142. CONFIG_SATELLITE_URL=
  143.  
  144. # To subscribe each server with Red Hat Subscription Manager, include
  145. # this with CONFIG_RH_USER.
  146. CONFIG_RH_PW=
  147.  
  148. # Specify 'y' to enable RHEL optional repositories. ['y', 'n']
  149. CONFIG_RH_OPTIONAL=y
  150.  
  151. # HTTP proxy to use with Red Hat Subscription Manager.
  152. CONFIG_RH_PROXY=
  153.  
  154. # Port to use for Red Hat Subscription Manager's HTTP proxy.
  155. CONFIG_RH_PROXY_PORT=
  156.  
  157. # User name to use for Red Hat Subscription Manager's HTTP proxy.
  158. CONFIG_RH_PROXY_USER=
  159.  
  160. # Password to use for Red Hat Subscription Manager's HTTP proxy.
  161. CONFIG_RH_PROXY_PW=
  162.  
  163. # User name to authenticate with the RHN Satellite server; if you
  164. # intend to use an access key for Satellite authentication, leave this
  165. # blank.
  166. CONFIG_SATELLITE_USER=
  167.  
  168. # Password to authenticate with the RHN Satellite server; if you
  169. # intend to use an access key for Satellite authentication, leave this
  170. # blank.
  171. CONFIG_SATELLITE_PW=
  172.  
  173. # Access key for the Satellite server; if you intend to use a user
  174. # name and password for Satellite authentication, leave this blank.
  175. CONFIG_SATELLITE_AKEY=
  176.  
  177. # Certificate path or URL of the certificate authority to verify that
  178. # the connection with the Satellite server is secure. If you are not
  179. # using Satellite in your deployment, leave this blank.
  180. CONFIG_SATELLITE_CACERT=
  181.  
  182. # Profile name that should be used as an identifier for the system in
  183. # RHN Satellite (if required).
  184. CONFIG_SATELLITE_PROFILE=
  185.  
  186. # Comma-separated list of flags passed to the rhnreg_ks command.
  187. # Valid flags are: novirtinfo, norhnsd, nopackages ['novirtinfo',
  188. # 'norhnsd', 'nopackages']
  189. CONFIG_SATELLITE_FLAGS=
  190.  
  191. # HTTP proxy to use when connecting to the RHN Satellite server (if
  192. # required).
  193. CONFIG_SATELLITE_PROXY=
  194.  
  195. # User name to authenticate with the Satellite-server HTTP proxy.
  196. CONFIG_SATELLITE_PROXY_USER=
  197.  
  198. # User password to authenticate with the Satellite-server HTTP proxy.
  199. CONFIG_SATELLITE_PROXY_PW=
  200.  
  201. # Service to be used as the AMQP broker. Allowed values are: qpid,
  202. # rabbitmq ['qpid', 'rabbitmq']
  203. CONFIG_AMQP_BACKEND=rabbitmq
  204.  
  205. # IP address of the server on which to install the AMQP service.
  206. CONFIG_AMQP_HOST=20.0.2.16
  207.  
  208. # Specify 'y' to enable SSL for the AMQP service. ['y', 'n']
  209. CONFIG_AMQP_ENABLE_SSL=n
  210.  
  211. # Specify 'y' to enable authentication for the AMQP service. ['y',
  212. # 'n']
  213. CONFIG_AMQP_ENABLE_AUTH=n
  214.  
  215. # Password for the NSS certificate database of the AMQP service.
  216. CONFIG_AMQP_NSS_CERTDB_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  217.  
  218. # Port on which the AMQP service listens for SSL connections.
  219. CONFIG_AMQP_SSL_PORT=5671
  220.  
  221. # File name of the CAcertificate that the AMQP service will use for
  222. # verification.
  223. CONFIG_AMQP_SSL_CACERT_FILE=/etc/pki/tls/certs/amqp_selfcert.pem
  224.  
  225. # File name of the certificate that the AMQP service will use for
  226. # verification.
  227. CONFIG_AMQP_SSL_CERT_FILE=/etc/pki/tls/certs/amqp_selfcert.pem
  228.  
  229. # File name of the private key that the AMQP service will use for
  230. # verification.
  231. CONFIG_AMQP_SSL_KEY_FILE=/etc/pki/tls/private/amqp_selfkey.pem
  232.  
  233. # Specify 'y' to automatically generate a self-signed SSL certificate
  234. # and key. ['y', 'n']
  235. CONFIG_AMQP_SSL_SELF_SIGNED=y
  236.  
  237. # User for AMQP authentication.
  238. CONFIG_AMQP_AUTH_USER=amqp_user
  239.  
  240. # Password for AMQP authentication.
  241. CONFIG_AMQP_AUTH_PASSWORD=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  242.  
  243. # IP address of the server on which to install MariaDB. If a MariaDB
  244. # installation was not specified in CONFIG_MARIADB_INSTALL, specify
  245. # the IP address of an existing database server (a MariaDB cluster can
  246. # also be specified).
  247. CONFIG_MARIADB_HOST=20.0.2.16
  248.  
  249. # User name for the MariaDB administrative user.
  250. CONFIG_MARIADB_USER=root
  251.  
  252. # Password for the MariaDB administrative user.
  253. CONFIG_MARIADB_PW=secret
  254.  
  255. # Password to use for the Identity service (keystone) to access the
  256. # database.
  257. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_DB_PW=3f6ac78e8d924ce7
  258.  
  259. # Default region name to use when creating tenants in the Identity
  260. # service.
  261. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_REGION=RegionOne
  262.  
  263. # Token to use for the Identity service API.
  264. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_ADMIN_TOKEN=3d2798a4bd7041298e2a60ecd9869c64
  265.  
  266. # Email address for the Identity service 'admin' user.  Defaults to
  267. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_ADMIN_EMAIL=root@localhost
  268.  
  269. # User name for the Identity service 'admin' user.  Defaults to
  270. # 'admin'.
  271. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_ADMIN_USERNAME=admin
  272.  
  273. # Password to use for the Identity service 'admin' user.
  274. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_ADMIN_PW=2fff50e293f247e6
  275.  
  276. # Password to use for the Identity service 'demo' user.
  277. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_DEMO_PW=4f818ffc494c4668
  278.  
  279. # Identity service API version string. ['v2.0', 'v3']
  280. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_API_VERSION=v2.0
  281.  
  282. # Identity service token format (UUID or PKI). The recommended format
  283. # for new deployments is UUID. ['UUID', 'PKI']
  284. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT=UUID
  285.  
  286. # Name of service to use to run the Identity service (keystone or
  287. # httpd). ['keystone', 'httpd']
  288. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_SERVICE_NAME=httpd
  289.  
  290. # Type of Identity service backend (sql or ldap). ['sql', 'ldap']
  291. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_IDENTITY_BACKEND=sql
  292.  
  293. # URL for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  294. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_URL=ldap://20.0.2.16
  295.  
  296. # User DN for the Identity service LDAP backend.  Used to bind to the
  297. # LDAP server if the LDAP server does not allow anonymous
  298. # authentication.
  299. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_DN=
  300.  
  301. # User DN password for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  302. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_PASSWORD=
  303.  
  304. # Base suffix for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  305. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_SUFFIX=
  306.  
  307. # Query scope for the Identity service LDAP backend (base, one, sub).
  308. # ['base', 'one', 'sub']
  309. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_QUERY_SCOPE=one
  310.  
  311. # Query page size for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  312. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_PAGE_SIZE=-1
  313.  
  314. # User subtree for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  315. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_SUBTREE=
  316.  
  317. # User query filter for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  318. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_FILTER=
  319.  
  320. # User object class for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  321. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_OBJECTCLASS=
  322.  
  323. # User ID attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  324. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ID_ATTRIBUTE=
  325.  
  326. # User name attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  327. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE=
  328.  
  329. # User email address attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  330. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_MAIL_ATTRIBUTE=
  331.  
  332. # User-enabled attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  333. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ENABLED_ATTRIBUTE=
  334.  
  335. # Bit mask applied to user-enabled attribute for the Identity service
  336. # LDAP backend.
  337. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ENABLED_MASK=-1
  338.  
  339. # Value of enabled attribute which indicates user is enabled for the
  340. # Identity service LDAP backend.
  341. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ENABLED_DEFAULT=TRUE
  342.  
  343. # Specify 'y' if users are disabled (not enabled) in the Identity
  344. # service LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  345. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ENABLED_INVERT=n
  346.  
  347. # Comma-separated list of attributes stripped from LDAP user entry
  348. # upon update.
  349. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_IGNORE=
  350.  
  351. # Identity service LDAP attribute mapped to default_project_id for
  352. # users.
  353. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_DEFAULT_PROJECT_ID_ATTRIBUTE=
  354.  
  355. # Specify 'y' if you want to be able to create Identity service users
  356. # through the Identity service interface; specify 'n' if you will
  357. # create directly in the LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  358. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ALLOW_CREATE=n
  359.  
  360. # Specify 'y' if you want to be able to update Identity service users
  361. # through the Identity service interface; specify 'n' if you will
  362. # update directly in the LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  363. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ALLOW_UPDATE=n
  364.  
  365. # Specify 'y' if you want to be able to delete Identity service users
  366. # through the Identity service interface; specify 'n' if you will
  367. # delete directly in the LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  368. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ALLOW_DELETE=n
  369.  
  370. # Identity service LDAP attribute mapped to password.
  371. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_PASS_ATTRIBUTE=
  372.  
  373. # DN of the group entry to hold enabled LDAP users when using enabled
  374. # emulation.
  375. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ENABLED_EMULATION_DN=
  376.  
  377. # List of additional LDAP attributes for mapping additional attribute
  378. # mappings for users. The attribute-mapping format is
  379. # <ldap_attr>:<user_attr>, where ldap_attr is the attribute in the
  380. # LDAP entry and user_attr is the Identity API attribute.
  381. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USER_ADDITIONAL_ATTRIBUTE_MAPPING=
  382.  
  383. # Group subtree for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  384. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_SUBTREE=
  385.  
  386. # Group query filter for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  387. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_FILTER=
  388.  
  389. # Group object class for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  390. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_OBJECTCLASS=
  391.  
  392. # Group ID attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  393. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_ID_ATTRIBUTE=
  394.  
  395. # Group name attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  396. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_NAME_ATTRIBUTE=
  397.  
  398. # Group member attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  399. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_MEMBER_ATTRIBUTE=
  400.  
  401. # Group description attribute for the Identity service LDAP backend.
  402. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_DESC_ATTRIBUTE=
  403.  
  404. # Comma-separated list of attributes stripped from LDAP group entry
  405. # upon update.
  406. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_ATTRIBUTE_IGNORE=
  407.  
  408. # Specify 'y' if you want to be able to create Identity service
  409. # groups through the Identity service interface; specify 'n' if you
  410. # will create directly in the LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  411. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_ALLOW_CREATE=n
  412.  
  413. # Specify 'y' if you want to be able to update Identity service
  414. # groups through the Identity service interface; specify 'n' if you
  415. # will update directly in the LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  416. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_ALLOW_UPDATE=n
  417.  
  418. # Specify 'y' if you want to be able to delete Identity service
  419. # groups through the Identity service interface; specify 'n' if you
  420. # will delete directly in the LDAP backend. ['n', 'y']
  421. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_ALLOW_DELETE=n
  422.  
  423. # List of additional LDAP attributes used for mapping additional
  424. # attribute mappings for groups. The attribute=mapping format is
  425. # <ldap_attr>:<group_attr>, where ldap_attr is the attribute in the
  426. # LDAP entry and group_attr is the Identity API attribute.
  427. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_GROUP_ADDITIONAL_ATTRIBUTE_MAPPING=
  428.  
  429. # Specify 'y' if the Identity service LDAP backend should use TLS.
  430. # ['n', 'y']
  431. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_USE_TLS=n
  432.  
  433. # CA certificate directory for Identity service LDAP backend (if TLS
  434. # is used).
  435. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_TLS_CACERTDIR=
  436.  
  437. # CA certificate file for Identity service LDAP backend (if TLS is
  438. # used).
  439. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_TLS_CACERTFILE=
  440.  
  441. # Certificate-checking strictness level for Identity service LDAP
  442. # backend; valid options are: never, allow, demand. ['never', 'allow',
  443. # 'demand']
  444. CONFIG_KEYSTONE_LDAP_TLS_REQ_CERT=demand
  445.  
  446. # Password to use for the Image service (glance) to access the
  447. # database.
  448. CONFIG_GLANCE_DB_PW=d2bddfe5c8ff4f44
  449.  
  450. # Password to use for the Image service to authenticate with the
  451. # Identity service.
  452. CONFIG_GLANCE_KS_PW=9d15a6ed6b3a461e
  453.  
  454. # Storage backend for the Image service (controls how the Image
  455. # service stores disk images). Valid options are: file or swift
  456. # (Object Storage). The Object Storage service must be enabled to use
  457. # it as a working backend; otherwise, Packstack falls back to 'file'.
  458. # ['file', 'swift']
  459. CONFIG_GLANCE_BACKEND=file
  460.  
  461. # Password to use for the Block Storage service (cinder) to access
  462. # the database.
  463. CONFIG_CINDER_DB_PW=bc7f5a12f4b0472c
  464.  
  465. # Password to use for the Block Storage service to authenticate with
  466. # the Identity service.
  467. CONFIG_CINDER_KS_PW=c1778c9a320d49b3
  468.  
  469. # Storage backend to use for the Block Storage service; valid options
  470. # are: lvm, gluster, nfs, vmdk, netapp. ['lvm', 'gluster', 'nfs',
  471. # 'vmdk', 'netapp']
  472. CONFIG_CINDER_BACKEND=lvm
  473.  
  474. # Specify 'y' to create the Block Storage volumes group. That is,
  475. # Packstack creates a raw disk image in /var/lib/cinder, and mounts it
  476. # using a loopback device. This should only be used for testing on a
  477. # proof-of-concept installation of the Block Storage service (a file-
  478. # backed volume group is not suitable for production usage). ['y',
  479. # 'n']
  480. CONFIG_CINDER_VOLUMES_CREATE=y
  481.  
  482. # Size of Block Storage volumes group. Actual volume size will be
  483. # extended with 3% more space for VG metadata. Remember that the size
  484. # of the volume group will restrict the amount of disk space that you
  485. # can expose to Compute instances, and that the specified amount must
  486. # be available on the device used for /var/lib/cinder.
  487. CONFIG_CINDER_VOLUMES_SIZE=20G
  488.  
  489. # A single or comma-separated list of Red Hat Storage (gluster)
  490. # volume shares to mount. Example: 'ip-address:/vol-name', 'domain
  491. # :/vol-name'
  492. CONFIG_CINDER_GLUSTER_MOUNTS=
  493.  
  494. # A single or comma-separated list of NFS exports to mount. Example:
  495. # 'ip-address:/export-name'
  496. CONFIG_CINDER_NFS_MOUNTS=
  497.  
  498. # Administrative user account name used to access the NetApp storage
  499. # system or proxy server.
  500. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_LOGIN=
  501.  
  502. # Password for the NetApp administrative user account specified in
  503. # the CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_LOGIN parameter.
  504. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_PASSWORD=
  505.  
  506. # Hostname (or IP address) for the NetApp storage system or proxy
  507. # server.
  508. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_HOSTNAME=
  509.  
  510. # The TCP port to use for communication with the storage system or
  511. # proxy. If not specified, Data ONTAP drivers will use 80 for HTTP and
  512. # 443 for HTTPS; E-Series will use 8080 for HTTP and 8443 for HTTPS.
  513. # Defaults to 80.
  514. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_SERVER_PORT=80
  515.  
  516. # Storage family type used on the NetApp storage system; valid
  517. # options are ontap_7mode for using Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode,
  518. # ontap_cluster for using clustered Data ONTAP, or E-Series for NetApp
  519. # E-Series. Defaults to ontap_cluster. ['ontap_7mode',
  520. # 'ontap_cluster', 'eseries']
  521. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_STORAGE_FAMILY=ontap_cluster
  522.  
  523. # The transport protocol used when communicating with the NetApp
  524. # storage system or proxy server. Valid values are http or https.
  525. # Defaults to 'http'. ['http', 'https']
  526. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_TRANSPORT_TYPE=http
  527.  
  528. # Storage protocol to be used on the data path with the NetApp
  529. # storage system; valid options are iscsi, fc, nfs. Defaults to nfs.
  530. # ['iscsi', 'fc', 'nfs']
  531. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_STORAGE_PROTOCOL=nfs
  532.  
  533. # Quantity to be multiplied by the requested volume size to ensure
  534. # enough space is available on the virtual storage server (Vserver) to
  535. # fulfill the volume creation request.  Defaults to 1.0.
  536. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_SIZE_MULTIPLIER=1.0
  537.  
  538. # Time period (in minutes) that is allowed to elapse after the image
  539. # is last accessed, before it is deleted from the NFS image cache.
  540. # When a cache-cleaning cycle begins, images in the cache that have
  541. # not been accessed in the last M minutes, where M is the value of
  542. # this parameter, are deleted from the cache to create free space on
  543. # the NFS share. Defaults to 720.
  544. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_EXPIRY_THRES_MINUTES=720
  545.  
  546. # If the percentage of available space for an NFS share has dropped
  547. # below the value specified by this parameter, the NFS image cache is
  548. # cleaned.  Defaults to 20.
  549. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_THRES_AVL_SIZE_PERC_START=20
  550.  
  551. # When the percentage of available space on an NFS share has reached
  552. # the percentage specified by this parameter, the driver stops
  553. # clearing files from the NFS image cache that have not been accessed
  554. # in the last M minutes, where M is the value of the
  555. # CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_EXPIRY_THRES_MINUTES parameter. Defaults to 60.
  556. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_THRES_AVL_SIZE_PERC_STOP=60
  557.  
  558. # Single or comma-separated list of NetApp NFS shares for Block
  559. # Storage to use.  Format: ip-address:/export-name. Defaults to ''.
  560. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_NFS_SHARES=
  561.  
  562. # File with the list of available NFS shares.   Defaults to
  563. # '/etc/cinder/shares.conf'.
  564. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_NFS_SHARES_CONFIG=/etc/cinder/shares.conf
  565.  
  566. # This parameter is only utilized when the storage protocol is
  567. # configured to use iSCSI or FC. This parameter is used to restrict
  568. # provisioning to the specified controller volumes. Specify the value
  569. # of this parameter to be a comma separated list of NetApp controller
  570. # volume names to be used for provisioning. Defaults to ''.
  571. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_VOLUME_LIST=
  572.  
  573. # The vFiler unit on which provisioning of block storage volumes will
  574. # be done. This parameter is only used by the driver when connecting
  575. # to an instance with a storage family of Data ONTAP operating in
  576. # 7-Mode Only use this parameter when utilizing the MultiStore feature
  577. # on the NetApp storage system. Defaults to ''.
  578. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_VFILER=
  579.  
  580. # The name of the config.conf stanza for a Data ONTAP (7-mode) HA
  581. # partner.  This option is only used by the driver when connecting to
  582. # an instance with a storage family of Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode,
  583. # and it is required if the storage protocol selected is FC. Defaults
  584. # to ''.
  585. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_PARTNER_BACKEND_NAME=
  586.  
  587. # This option specifies the virtual storage server (Vserver) name on
  588. # the storage cluster on which provisioning of block storage volumes
  589. # should occur. Defaults to ''.
  590. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_VSERVER=
  591.  
  592. # Restricts provisioning to the specified controllers. Value must be
  593. # a comma-separated list of controller hostnames or IP addresses to be
  594. # used for provisioning. This option is only utilized when the storage
  595. # family is configured to use E-Series. Defaults to ''.
  596. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_CONTROLLER_IPS=
  597.  
  598. # Password for the NetApp E-Series storage array. Defaults to ''.
  599. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_SA_PASSWORD=
  600.  
  601. # This option is used to define how the controllers in the E-Series
  602. # storage array will work with the particular operating system on the
  603. # hosts that are connected to it. Defaults to 'linux_dm_mp'
  604. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_ESERIES_HOST_TYPE=linux_dm_mp
  605.  
  606. # Path to the NetApp E-Series proxy application on a proxy server.
  607. # The value is combined with the value of the
  608. # CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_TRANSPORT_TYPE, CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_HOSTNAME,
  609. # and CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_HOSTNAME options to create the URL used by
  610. # the driver to connect to the proxy application. Defaults to
  611. # '/devmgr/v2'.
  612. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_WEBSERVICE_PATH=/devmgr/v2
  613.  
  614. # Restricts provisioning to the specified storage pools. Only dynamic
  615. # disk pools are currently supported. The value must be a comma-
  616. # separated list of disk pool names to be used for provisioning.
  617. # Defaults to ''.
  618. CONFIG_CINDER_NETAPP_STORAGE_POOLS=
  619.  
  620. # Password to use for the OpenStack File Share service (manila) to
  621. # access the database.
  622. CONFIG_MANILA_DB_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  623.  
  624. # Password to use for the OpenStack File Share service (manila) to
  625. # authenticate with the Identity service.
  626. CONFIG_MANILA_KS_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  627.  
  628. # Backend for the OpenStack File Share service (manila); valid
  629. # options are: generic or netapp. ['generic', 'netapp']
  630. CONFIG_MANILA_BACKEND=generic
  631.  
  632. # Denotes whether the driver should handle the responsibility of
  633. # managing share servers. This must be set to false if the driver is
  634. # to operate without managing share servers. Defaults to 'false'
  635. # ['true', 'false']
  636. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_DRV_HANDLES_SHARE_SERVERS=false
  637.  
  638. # The transport protocol used when communicating with the storage
  639. # system or proxy server. Valid values are 'http' and 'https'.
  640. # Defaults to 'https'. ['https', 'http']
  641. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_TRANSPORT_TYPE=https
  642.  
  643. # Administrative user account name used to access the NetApp storage
  644. # system.  Defaults to ''.
  645. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_LOGIN=admin
  646.  
  647. # Password for the NetApp administrative user account specified in
  648. # the CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_LOGIN parameter. Defaults to ''.
  649. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_PASSWORD=
  650.  
  651. # Hostname (or IP address) for the NetApp storage system or proxy
  652. # server. Defaults to ''.
  653. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_SERVER_HOSTNAME=
  654.  
  655. # The storage family type used on the storage system; valid values
  656. # are ontap_cluster for clustered Data ONTAP. Defaults to
  657. # 'ontap_cluster'. ['ontap_cluster']
  658. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_STORAGE_FAMILY=ontap_cluster
  659.  
  660. # The TCP port to use for communication with the storage system or
  661. # proxy server. If not specified, Data ONTAP drivers will use 80 for
  662. # HTTP and 443 for HTTPS. Defaults to '443'.
  663. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_SERVER_PORT=443
  664.  
  665. # Pattern for searching available aggregates for NetApp provisioning.
  666. # Defaults to '(.*)'.
  667. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_AGGREGATE_NAME_SEARCH_PATTERN=(.*)
  668.  
  669. # Name of aggregate on which to create the NetApp root volume. This
  670. # option only applies when the option
  671. # CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_DRV_HANDLES_SHARE_SERVERS is set to True.
  672. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_ROOT_VOLUME_AGGREGATE=
  673.  
  674. # NetApp root volume name. Defaults to 'root'.
  675. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_ROOT_VOLUME_NAME=root
  676.  
  677. # This option specifies the storage virtual machine (previously
  678. # called a Vserver) name on the storage cluster on which provisioning
  679. # of shared file systems should occur. This option only applies when
  680. # the option driver_handles_share_servers is set to False. Defaults to
  681. # ''.
  682. CONFIG_MANILA_NETAPP_VSERVER=
  683.  
  684. # Denotes whether the driver should handle the responsibility of
  685. # managing share servers. This must be set to false if the driver is
  686. # to operate without managing share servers. Defaults to 'true'.
  687. # ['true', 'false']
  688. CONFIG_MANILA_GENERIC_DRV_HANDLES_SHARE_SERVERS=true
  689.  
  690. # Volume name template for Manila service. Defaults to 'manila-
  691. # share-%s'.
  692. CONFIG_MANILA_GENERIC_VOLUME_NAME_TEMPLATE=manila-share-%s
  693.  
  694. # Share mount path for Manila service. Defaults to '/shares'.
  695. CONFIG_MANILA_GENERIC_SHARE_MOUNT_PATH=/shares
  696.  
  697. # Location of disk image for Manila service instance. Defaults to '
  698. CONFIG_MANILA_SERVICE_IMAGE_LOCATION=https://www.dropbox.com/s/vi5oeh10q1qkckh/ubuntu_1204_nfs_cifs.qcow2
  699.  
  700. # User in Manila service instance.
  701. CONFIG_MANILA_SERVICE_INSTANCE_USER=ubuntu
  702.  
  703. # Password to service instance user.
  704. CONFIG_MANILA_SERVICE_INSTANCE_PASSWORD=ubuntu
  705.  
  706. # Password to use for OpenStack Bare Metal Provisioning (ironic) to
  707. # access the database.
  708. CONFIG_IRONIC_DB_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  709.  
  710. # Password to use for OpenStack Bare Metal Provisioning to
  711. # authenticate with the Identity service.
  712. CONFIG_IRONIC_KS_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  713.  
  714. # Password to use for the Compute service (nova) to access the
  715. # database.
  716. CONFIG_NOVA_DB_PW=ab7b33d5df6f480f
  717.  
  718. # Password to use for the Compute service to authenticate with the
  719. # Identity service.
  720. CONFIG_NOVA_KS_PW=c37b892f96424b76
  721.  
  722. # Overcommitment ratio for virtual to physical CPUs. Specify 1.0 to
  723. # disable CPU overcommitment.
  724. CONFIG_NOVA_SCHED_CPU_ALLOC_RATIO=16.0
  725.  
  726. # Overcommitment ratio for virtual to physical RAM. Specify 1.0 to
  727. # disable RAM overcommitment.
  728. CONFIG_NOVA_SCHED_RAM_ALLOC_RATIO=1.5
  729.  
  730. # Protocol used for instance migration. Valid options are: tcp and
  731. # ssh. Note that by default, the Compute user is created with the
  732. # /sbin/nologin shell so that the SSH protocol will not work. To make
  733. # the SSH protocol work, you must configure the Compute user on
  734. # compute hosts manually. ['tcp', 'ssh']
  735. CONFIG_NOVA_COMPUTE_MIGRATE_PROTOCOL=tcp
  736.  
  737. # Manager that runs the Compute service.
  738. CONFIG_NOVA_COMPUTE_MANAGER=nova.compute.manager.ComputeManager
  739.  
  740. # Private interface for flat DHCP on the Compute servers.
  741. CONFIG_NOVA_COMPUTE_PRIVIF=eth1
  742.  
  743. # Compute Network Manager. ['^nova\.network\.manager\.\w+Manager$']
  744. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_MANAGER=nova.network.manager.FlatDHCPManager
  745.  
  746. # Public interface on the Compute network server.
  747. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_PUBIF=eth0
  748.  
  749. # Private interface for flat DHCP on the Compute network server.
  750. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_PRIVIF=eth1
  751.  
  752. # IP Range for flat DHCP. ['^[\:\.\da-fA-f]+(\/\d+){0,1}$']
  753. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_FIXEDRANGE=192.168.32.0/22
  754.  
  755. # IP Range for floating IP addresses. ['^[\:\.\da-
  756. # fA-f]+(\/\d+){0,1}$']
  757. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_FLOATRANGE=10.3.4.0/22
  758.  
  759. # Specify 'y' to automatically assign a floating IP to new instances.
  760. # ['y', 'n']
  761. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_AUTOASSIGNFLOATINGIP=n
  762.  
  763. # First VLAN for private networks (Compute networking).
  764. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_VLAN_START=100
  765.  
  766. # Number of networks to support (Compute networking).
  767. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_NUMBER=1
  768.  
  769. # Number of addresses in each private subnet (Compute networking).
  770. CONFIG_NOVA_NETWORK_SIZE=255
  771.  
  772. # Password to use for OpenStack Networking (neutron) to authenticate
  773. # with the Identity service.
  774. CONFIG_NEUTRON_KS_PW=2658a319dd8d43fd
  775.  
  776. # The password to use for OpenStack Networking to access the
  777. # database.
  778. CONFIG_NEUTRON_DB_PW=8b1ff0d030d84f14
  779.  
  780. # The name of the Open vSwitch bridge (or empty for linuxbridge) for
  781. # the OpenStack Networking L3 agent to use for external  traffic.
  782. # Specify 'provider' if you intend to use a provider network to handle
  783. # external traffic.
  784. CONFIG_NEUTRON_L3_EXT_BRIDGE=br-ex
  785.  
  786. # Password for the OpenStack Networking metadata agent.
  787. CONFIG_NEUTRON_METADATA_PW=6e6c82a4631149fe
  788.  
  789. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Networking's Load-Balancing-
  790. # as-a-Service (LBaaS). ['y', 'n']
  791. CONFIG_LBAAS_INSTALL=n
  792.  
  793. # Specify 'y' to install OpenStack Networking's L3 Metering agent
  794. # ['y', 'n']
  795. CONFIG_NEUTRON_METERING_AGENT_INSTALL=n
  796.  
  797. # Specify 'y' to configure OpenStack Networking's Firewall-
  798. # as-a-Service (FWaaS). ['y', 'n']
  799. CONFIG_NEUTRON_FWAAS=n
  800.  
  801. # Comma-separated list of network-type driver entry points to be
  802. # loaded from the neutron.ml2.type_drivers namespace. ['local',
  803. # 'flat', 'vlan', 'gre', 'vxlan']
  804. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_TYPE_DRIVERS=vxlan
  805.  
  806. # Comma-separated, ordered list of network types to allocate as
  807. # tenant networks. The 'local' value is only useful for single-box
  808. # testing and provides no connectivity between hosts. ['local',
  809. # 'vlan', 'gre', 'vxlan']
  810. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_TENANT_NETWORK_TYPES=vxlan
  811.  
  812. # Comma-separated ordered list of networking mechanism driver entry
  813. # points to be loaded from the neutron.ml2.mechanism_drivers
  814. # namespace. ['logger', 'test', 'linuxbridge', 'openvswitch',
  815. # 'hyperv', 'ncs', 'arista', 'cisco_nexus', 'mlnx', 'l2population']
  816. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_MECHANISM_DRIVERS=openvswitch
  817.  
  818. # Comma-separated list of physical_network names with which flat
  819. # networks can be created. Use * to allow flat networks with arbitrary
  820. # physical_network names.
  821. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_FLAT_NETWORKS=physnet1
  822.  
  823. # Comma-separated list of <physical_network>:<vlan_min>:<vlan_max> or
  824. # <physical_network> specifying physical_network names usable for VLAN
  825. # provider and tenant networks, as well as ranges of VLAN tags on each
  826. # available for allocation to tenant networks.
  827. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_VLAN_RANGES=
  828.  
  829. # Comma-separated list of <tun_min>:<tun_max> tuples enumerating
  830. # ranges of GRE tunnel IDs that are available for tenant-network
  831. # allocation. A tuple must be an array with tun_max +1 - tun_min >
  832. # 1000000.
  833. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_TUNNEL_ID_RANGES=
  834.  
  835. # Comma-separated list of addresses for VXLAN multicast group. If
  836. # left empty, disables VXLAN from sending allocate broadcast traffic
  837. # (disables multicast VXLAN mode). Should be a Multicast IP (v4 or v6)
  838. # address.
  839. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_VXLAN_GROUP=239.1.1.2
  840.  
  841. # Comma-separated list of <vni_min>:<vni_max> tuples enumerating
  842. # ranges of VXLAN VNI IDs that are available for tenant network
  843. # allocation. Minimum value is 0 and maximum value is 16777215.
  844. CONFIG_NEUTRON_ML2_VNI_RANGES=1001:2000
  845.  
  846. # Name of the L2 agent to be used with OpenStack Networking.
  847. # ['linuxbridge', 'openvswitch']
  848. CONFIG_NEUTRON_L2_AGENT=openvswitch
  849.  
  850. # Comma-separated list of interface mappings for the OpenStack
  851. # Networking linuxbridge plugin. Each tuple in the list must be in the
  852. # format <physical_network>:<net_interface>. Example:
  853. # physnet1:eth1,physnet2:eth2,physnet3:eth3.
  854. CONFIG_NEUTRON_LB_INTERFACE_MAPPINGS=
  855.  
  856. # Comma-separated list of bridge mappings for the OpenStack
  857. # Networking Open vSwitch plugin. Each tuple in the list must be in
  858. # the format <physical_network>:<ovs_bridge>. Example: physnet1:br-
  859. # eth1,physnet2:br-eth2,physnet3:br-eth3
  860. CONFIG_NEUTRON_OVS_BRIDGE_MAPPINGS=physnet1:br-ex
  861.  
  862. # Comma-separated list of colon-separated Open vSwitch
  863. # <bridge>:<interface> pairs. The interface will be added to the
  864. # associated bridge.
  865. CONFIG_NEUTRON_OVS_BRIDGE_IFACES=br-ex:eth0
  866.  
  867. # Interface for the Open vSwitch tunnel. Packstack overrides the IP
  868. # address used for tunnels on this hypervisor to the IP found on the
  869. # specified interface (for example, eth1).
  870. CONFIG_NEUTRON_OVS_TUNNEL_IF=
  871.  
  872. # VXLAN UDP port.
  873. CONFIG_NEUTRON_OVS_VXLAN_UDP_PORT=4789
  874.  
  875. # Specify 'y' to set up Horizon communication over https. ['y', 'n']
  876. CONFIG_HORIZON_SSL=n
  877.  
  878. # PEM-encoded certificate to be used for SSL connections on the https
  879. # server (the certificate should not require a passphrase). To
  880. # generate a certificate, leave blank.
  881. CONFIG_SSL_CERT=
  882.  
  883. # SSL keyfile corresponding to the certificate if one was specified.
  884. CONFIG_SSL_KEY=
  885.  
  886. # PEM-encoded CA certificates from which the certificate chain of the
  887. # server certificate can be assembled.
  888. CONFIG_SSL_CACHAIN=
  889.  
  890. # Password to use for the Object Storage service to authenticate with
  891. # the Identity service.
  892. CONFIG_SWIFT_KS_PW=ceed8c9915fa46cf
  893.  
  894. # Comma-separated list of devices to use as storage device for Object
  895. # Storage. Each entry must take the format /path/to/dev (for example,
  896. # specifying /dev/vdb installs /dev/vdb as the Object Storage storage
  897. # device; Packstack does not create the filesystem, you must do this
  898. # first). If left empty, Packstack creates a loopback device for test
  899. # setup.
  900. CONFIG_SWIFT_STORAGES=
  901.  
  902. # Number of Object Storage storage zones; this number MUST be no
  903. # larger than the number of configured storage devices.
  904. CONFIG_SWIFT_STORAGE_ZONES=1
  905.  
  906. # Number of Object Storage storage replicas; this number MUST be no
  907. # larger than the number of configured storage zones.
  908. CONFIG_SWIFT_STORAGE_REPLICAS=1
  909.  
  910. # File system type for storage nodes. ['xfs', 'ext4']
  911. CONFIG_SWIFT_STORAGE_FSTYPE=ext4
  912.  
  913. # Custom seed number to use for swift_hash_path_suffix in
  914. # /etc/swift/swift.conf. If you do not provide a value, a seed number
  915. # is automatically generated.
  916. CONFIG_SWIFT_HASH=f20f3e67a3fa4743
  917.  
  918. # Size of the Object Storage loopback file storage device.
  919. CONFIG_SWIFT_STORAGE_SIZE=2G
  920.  
  921. # Password used by Orchestration service user to authenticate against
  922. # the database.
  923. CONFIG_HEAT_DB_PW=05deef1a35354a17
  924.  
  925. # Encryption key to use for authentication in the Orchestration
  926. # database (16, 24, or 32 chars).
  927. CONFIG_HEAT_AUTH_ENC_KEY=364983980b314a85
  928.  
  929. # Password to use for the Orchestration service to authenticate with
  930. # the Identity service.
  931. CONFIG_HEAT_KS_PW=68ad76eb490840e5
  932.  
  933. # Specify 'y' to install the Orchestration CloudWatch API. ['y', 'n']
  934. CONFIG_HEAT_CLOUDWATCH_INSTALL=n
  935.  
  936. # Specify 'y' to install the Orchestration CloudFormation API. ['y',
  937. # 'n']
  938. CONFIG_HEAT_CFN_INSTALL=n
  939.  
  940. # Name of the Identity domain for Orchestration.
  941. CONFIG_HEAT_DOMAIN=heat
  942.  
  943. # Name of the Identity domain administrative user for Orchestration.
  944. CONFIG_HEAT_DOMAIN_ADMIN=heat_admin
  945.  
  946. # Password for the Identity domain administrative user for
  947. # Orchestration.
  948. CONFIG_HEAT_DOMAIN_PASSWORD=3e5028f9680849d2
  949.  
  950. # Specify 'y' to provision for demo usage and testing. ['y', 'n']
  951. CONFIG_PROVISION_DEMO=n
  952.  
  953. # Specify 'y' to configure the OpenStack Integration Test Suite
  954. # (tempest) for testing. The test suite requires OpenStack Networking
  955. # to be installed. ['y', 'n']
  956. CONFIG_PROVISION_TEMPEST=n
  957.  
  958. # CIDR network address for the floating IP subnet.
  959. CONFIG_PROVISION_DEMO_FLOATRANGE=172.24.4.224/28
  960.  
  961. # The name to be assigned to the demo image in Glance (default
  962. # "cirros").
  963. CONFIG_PROVISION_IMAGE_NAME=cirros
  964.  
  965. # A URL or local file location for an image to download and provision
  966. # in Glance (defaults to a URL for a recent "cirros" image).
  967. CONFIG_PROVISION_IMAGE_URL=http://download.cirros-cloud.net/0.3.3/cirros-0.3.3-x86_64-disk.img
  968.  
  969. # Format for the demo image (default "qcow2").
  970. CONFIG_PROVISION_IMAGE_FORMAT=qcow2
  971.  
  972. # User to use when connecting to instances booted from the demo
  973. # image.
  974. CONFIG_PROVISION_IMAGE_SSH_USER=cirros
  975.  
  976. # Name of the Integration Test Suite provisioning user. If you do not
  977. # provide a user name, Tempest is configured in a standalone mode.
  978. CONFIG_PROVISION_TEMPEST_USER=
  979.  
  980. # Password to use for the Integration Test Suite provisioning user.
  981. CONFIG_PROVISION_TEMPEST_USER_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  982.  
  983. # CIDR network address for the floating IP subnet.
  984. CONFIG_PROVISION_TEMPEST_FLOATRANGE=172.24.4.224/28
  985.  
  986. # URI of the Integration Test Suite git repository.
  987. CONFIG_PROVISION_TEMPEST_REPO_URI=https://github.com/openstack/tempest.git
  988.  
  989. # Revision (branch) of the Integration Test Suite git repository.
  990. CONFIG_PROVISION_TEMPEST_REPO_REVISION=master
  991.  
  992. # Specify 'y' to configure the Open vSwitch external bridge for an
  993. # all-in-one deployment (the L3 external bridge acts as the gateway
  994. # for virtual machines). ['y', 'n']
  995. CONFIG_PROVISION_ALL_IN_ONE_OVS_BRIDGE=y
  996.  
  997. # Secret key for signing Telemetry service (ceilometer) messages.
  998. CONFIG_CEILOMETER_SECRET=de295b20eb8641e0
  999.  
  1000. # Password to use for Telemetry to authenticate with the Identity
  1001. # service.
  1002. CONFIG_CEILOMETER_KS_PW=22ae5a2b66084187
  1003.  
  1004. # Backend driver for Telemetry's group membership coordination.
  1005. # ['redis', 'none']
  1006. CONFIG_CEILOMETER_COORDINATION_BACKEND=redis
  1007.  
  1008. # IP address of the server on which to install MongoDB.
  1009. CONFIG_MONGODB_HOST=20.0.2.16
  1010.  
  1011. # IP address of the server on which to install the Redis master
  1012. # server.
  1013. CONFIG_REDIS_MASTER_HOST=20.0.2.16
  1014.  
  1015. # Port on which the Redis server(s) listens.
  1016. CONFIG_REDIS_PORT=6379
  1017.  
  1018. # Specify 'y' to have Redis try to use HA. ['y', 'n']
  1019. CONFIG_REDIS_HA=n
  1020.  
  1021. # Hosts on which to install Redis slaves.
  1022. CONFIG_REDIS_SLAVE_HOSTS=
  1023.  
  1024. # Hosts on which to install Redis sentinel servers.
  1025. CONFIG_REDIS_SENTINEL_HOSTS=
  1026.  
  1027. # Host to configure as the Redis coordination sentinel.
  1028. CONFIG_REDIS_SENTINEL_CONTACT_HOST=
  1029.  
  1030. # Port on which Redis sentinel servers listen.
  1031. CONFIG_REDIS_SENTINEL_PORT=26379
  1032.  
  1033. # Quorum value for Redis sentinel servers.
  1034. CONFIG_REDIS_SENTINEL_QUORUM=2
  1035.  
  1036. # Name of the master server watched by the Redis sentinel. ['[a-z]+']
  1037. CONFIG_REDIS_MASTER_NAME=mymaster
  1038.  
  1039. # Password to use for OpenStack Data Processing (sahara) to access
  1040. # the database.
  1041. CONFIG_SAHARA_DB_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  1042.  
  1043. # Password to use for OpenStack Data Processing to authenticate with
  1044. # the Identity service.
  1045. CONFIG_SAHARA_KS_PW=PW_PLACEHOLDER
  1046.  
  1047. # Password to use for OpenStack Database-as-a-Service (trove) to
  1048. # access the database.
  1049. CONFIG_TROVE_DB_PW=d7e7988220ae46f3
  1050.  
  1051. # Password to use for OpenStack Database-as-a-Service to authenticate
  1052. # with the Identity service.
  1053. CONFIG_TROVE_KS_PW=d6bdf7b6ed0e4d0f
  1054.  
  1055. # User name to use when OpenStack Database-as-a-Service connects to
  1056. # the Compute service.
  1057. CONFIG_TROVE_NOVA_USER=admin
  1058.  
  1059. # Tenant to use when OpenStack Database-as-a-Service connects to the
  1060. # Compute service.
  1061. CONFIG_TROVE_NOVA_TENANT=services
  1062.  
  1063. # Password to use when OpenStack Database-as-a-Service connects to
  1064. # the Compute service.
  1065. CONFIG_TROVE_NOVA_PW=2fff50e293f247e6
  1066.  
  1067. # Password of the nagiosadmin user on the Nagios server.
  1068. CONFIG_NAGIOS_PW=aca2825bc8d441e5
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