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[http://openstack.org OpenStack] consists of a number services for running IaaS clouds. This includes Object Store (Swift), Compute (Nova) and Image (Glance) services, among others.
 
[http://openstack.org OpenStack] consists of a number services for running IaaS clouds. This includes Object Store (Swift), Compute (Nova) and Image (Glance) services, among others.
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Historically, Fedora and OpenStack releases have been matching 1:1:
  
 
* Fedora 16 [[Features/OpenStack|includes OpenStack Diablo]]
 
* Fedora 16 [[Features/OpenStack|includes OpenStack Diablo]]
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* Fedora 18 [[Features/OpenStack_Folsom|includes OpenStack Folsom]]
 
* Fedora 18 [[Features/OpenStack_Folsom|includes OpenStack Folsom]]
 
* Fedora 19 [[Features/OpenStack_Grizzly|includes OpenStack Grizzly]]
 
* Fedora 19 [[Features/OpenStack_Grizzly|includes OpenStack Grizzly]]
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* Fedora 20 includes OpenStack Havana.
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* Fedora 21 includes OpenStack Icehouse.
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* Fedora 22 includes OpenStack Juno.
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* Fedora 23 includes OpenStack Kilo.
  
This page tracks [[Cloud SIG|Fedora Cloud SIG]]'s effort to maintain OpenStack in Fedora. See our [[OpenStack_status_reports|periodic status reports]] for an insight into what's been happening.
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Starting with OpenStack Liberty, this mapping was not possible to maintain anymore due to schedule skew and too many changes in dependencies upstream.  
 
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The [https://www.rdoproject.org/ RDO Project] maintains OpenStack packages for Enterprise Linux distributions, but these are no longer available for Fedora.
= Getting Started =
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See [[Getting started with OpenStack Nova]], [[Getting started with OpenStack on Fedora 17]] or [[Getting started with OpenStack EPEL]] for details on how to try out the OpenStack packages.
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= Preview repository =
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OpenStack has a preview repository, allowing Fedora N-1 users to try out OpenStack packages from the latest Fedora release etc. This is similar to the [[Virtualization Preview Repository]].
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Preview packages, may be installed from the
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[http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/openstack/ side repository]
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using yum after downloading the appropriate .repo file to /etc/yum.repos.d
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= Test days =
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Fedora OpenStack test days are very useful both to test new packages and
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as a quick way to get up to speed on the various OpenStack components.
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* [[Test_Day:2012-09-18_OpenStack|Fedora 18 (Folsom)]]
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= Packages =
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You can query all [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/s/openstack Fedora OpenStack packages]
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and drill down there to builds, bugs, source, etc.
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= Images =
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Download offical Fedora 19 cloud images from http://cloud.fedoraproject.org/.
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Also users can build their own cloud images [[Getting_started_with_OpenStack_Nova#Building_an_Image_With_Oz|using Oz]].
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= OpenStack Official Documentation =
 
= OpenStack Official Documentation =
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= OpenStack in EPEL =
 
= OpenStack in EPEL =
  
The OpenStack in EPEL 6 is Folsom, supporting RHEL 6.3.
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The OpenStack Folsom was retired from EPEL 6.
See the [[Getting started with OpenStack EPEL]] for installation and setup notes
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Please visit [https://rdoproject.org/Quickstart RDO project] for running OpenStack on EL platforms.
 
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Using Foreman to manage Openstack, see the [[How_to_Deploy_Openstack_on_RHEL6_using_Foreman]] notes
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You can drill down to the latest "el6" version of each of the
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[http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/search?match=glob&type=package&terms=openstack* openstack packages]
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to see, the latest versions available and associated changes.
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= Links =
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* [[Quantum]]
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[[Category:OpenStack]]
 
[[Category:OpenStack]]

Latest revision as of 20:25, 7 September 2017

[edit] OpenStack

OpenStack consists of a number services for running IaaS clouds. This includes Object Store (Swift), Compute (Nova) and Image (Glance) services, among others.

Historically, Fedora and OpenStack releases have been matching 1:1:

Starting with OpenStack Liberty, this mapping was not possible to maintain anymore due to schedule skew and too many changes in dependencies upstream. The RDO Project maintains OpenStack packages for Enterprise Linux distributions, but these are no longer available for Fedora.

[edit] OpenStack Official Documentation

[edit] OpenStack in EPEL

The OpenStack Folsom was retired from EPEL 6. Please visit RDO project for running OpenStack on EL platforms.