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Deploy the Quantum virtual network service and configure Nova to use QuantumManager as its NetworkManager.  
 
Deploy the Quantum virtual network service and configure Nova to use QuantumManager as its NetworkManager.  
 
 
Quantum includes several plugins. The linuxbridge and openvswitch plugins are covered here.
 
Quantum includes several plugins. The linuxbridge and openvswitch plugins are covered here.
  
 
|setup=
 
|setup=
  
A prerequisite is Keystone. This is important as authentication is done via the Keystone service.
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The installtion of the Quantum packages is done the openstack-demo-install utility. This will also configure
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a Quantum user with Keystone
  
The Quantum client (python-quantumclient) will be used to configure and in part test the installation.
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OpenvSwitch
  
Install openstack-quantum:
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Enabel and start the openvswitch service
  
  $> sudo yum install --enablerepo=updates-testing openstack-quantum
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  $> sudo systemctl enable openvswitch.service
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$> sudo systemctl start openvswitch.service
  
Install the relevant plugin:
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Create the integration bridges (these are used for VM traffic management and layer 3 external networking)
  
OpenvSwicth:
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  $> sudo ovs-vsctl add-br br-int
  $> sudo yum install --enablerepo=updates-testing openstack-quantum-openvswitch
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$> sudo ovs-vsctl add-br br-ex
  
Linux Bridge:
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Configure quantum-server to use the openvswitch Please note that this will create a database:
$> sudo yum install --enablerepo=updates-testing openstack-quantum-linuxbridge
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Configure quantum-server to use the selected plugin. Please note that this will create a database:
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  $> sudo quantum-server-setup --plugin openvswitch
 
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  $> sudo quantum-server-setup
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Enable and start the quantum-server:
 
Enable and start the quantum-server:
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  $> sudo systemctl enable quantum-server.service
 
  $> sudo systemctl enable quantum-server.service
 
  $> sudo systemctl start quantum-server.service
 
  $> sudo systemctl start quantum-server.service
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Enable and start the layer 2 agent:
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$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-openvswitch-agent.service
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$> sudo systemctl start quantum-openvswitch-agent.service
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Configure the DHCP service:
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$> sudo quantum-dhcp-setup --plugin openvswitch
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Enable and start the DHCP agent:
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$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-dhcp-agent.service
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$> sudo systemctl start quantum-dhcp-agent.service
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Configure the L3 service:
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$> sudo quantum-l3-setup --plugin openvswitch
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Enable and start the L3 agent:
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$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-l3-agent.service
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$> sudo systemctl start quantum-l3-agent.service
  
 
You are done setting up the Quantum service!
 
You are done setting up the Quantum service!
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'''Validating that the services are up and running'''
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# Check that the services are up and running
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# Check the log files (/var/log/quantum)
  
 
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[[Category:OpenStack Test Cases]]
 
[[Category:OpenStack Test Cases]]

Revision as of 12:49, 14 September 2012

Contents

Description

Deploy the Quantum virtual network service and configure Nova to use QuantumManager as its NetworkManager. Quantum includes several plugins. The linuxbridge and openvswitch plugins are covered here.

Setup

The installtion of the Quantum packages is done the openstack-demo-install utility. This will also configure a Quantum user with Keystone

OpenvSwitch

Enabel and start the openvswitch service

$> sudo systemctl enable openvswitch.service
$> sudo systemctl start openvswitch.service

Create the integration bridges (these are used for VM traffic management and layer 3 external networking)

$> sudo ovs-vsctl add-br br-int
$> sudo ovs-vsctl add-br br-ex

Configure quantum-server to use the openvswitch Please note that this will create a database:

$> sudo quantum-server-setup --plugin openvswitch

Enable and start the quantum-server:

$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-server.service
$> sudo systemctl start quantum-server.service

Enable and start the layer 2 agent:

$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-openvswitch-agent.service
$> sudo systemctl start quantum-openvswitch-agent.service

Configure the DHCP service:

$> sudo quantum-dhcp-setup --plugin openvswitch

Enable and start the DHCP agent:

$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-dhcp-agent.service
$> sudo systemctl start quantum-dhcp-agent.service

Configure the L3 service:

$> sudo quantum-l3-setup --plugin openvswitch

Enable and start the L3 agent:

$> sudo systemctl enable quantum-l3-agent.service
$> sudo systemctl start quantum-l3-agent.service

You are done setting up the Quantum service!

Validating that the services are up and running

  1. Check that the services are up and running
  2. Check the log files (/var/log/quantum)

How to test

  1. Start here ...
  2. Next do this ...
  3. Finally click that

Expected Results

  1. Step #1 completes without error
  2. The system boots into runlevel 5
  3. Program completes with exit code 0