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Setting up Meghdoot Openstack Cloud

System Requirements :
System should have minimum 8 GB RAM and 50 GB HDD.
Before starting the installation, make sure that the IP address is assigned properly. Make entry in
/etc/network/interfaces (as static IP address).
Open /etc/network/interfaces file
vi /etc/network/interfaces
Add the following lines
auto <interface name... Eg. eth0>
iface <interface name > inet static
address <IP address>
gateway <gateway IP>
The sample edited file would look like the following:
# The loopback network interface
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback
auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static


d/networking restart Step 1: Open the terminal. Click Yes to” Step 3 : A dialog box opens. If you are not sure what are the values that has to be given for each field. Step 4 : The user is asked to choose between two node installation/single node installation.Save and close the file. Change to root user using sudo -i.). Keystone token : admin Admin tenant name : admin Service tenant name : service Horizon username : admin Horizon password : admin Keystone admin mail id : <mail id> Glance admin password : glance Glance admin mail id : <mail id> Nova admin password : nova Nova admin mail id : <mail id> Neutron admin password : neutron Neutron admin mail id : <mail id> Neutron n/w name : phynet1 VLAN start : 20 2 . Choose Single node installation. Run /etc/init. Click Yes Step 7: A Form is displayed to enter component details. Choose Physical Machine Step 6 : A dialog box opens asking whether to initialize database. Step 5 : The user is asked to choose between Physical machine installation (Cloud installed on physical machine)/Virtual machine installation(Cloud installed on VM. Step 2: Type the command “bash /usr/bin/meghdoot-quickstart/openstack. enter the following default values.

Click Instances. Under the Project Tab. Password is : admin) Note : Do not press Ctrl + C in the terminal where the script is executed. You will be required to Give “y” twice. Step 10 : Firefox opens and the openstack dashboard login screen is displayed. Step 16 : In the details. Click OK. A network will be created and displayed in the list. Step 17 : Click Instance Boot Source list and choose 'Boot from image' Step 18 : Click Image name list and choose 'cirros'. Step 15. Step 8 : The installation will enable the Openstack component services one by one and it will take 3 – 4 minutes to complete. Step 9 : Ossec will prompt for updation and also updating the rules associated. Step 11 : After logging in the openstack dashboard .VLAN end : 30 Cinder Admin password : cinder Cinder admin mail id : <mail id> Check the values and Click OK. Go to the Projects TAB.0.10. network address (Eg 10. Give the instance name(eg. net1) and Click Next. 3 . Click Networks. Step 14 : Click Create.(default Username : admin . Login using the horizon credentials.0/24) and Click Next. Step 12 : Give Network Name(Eg. Step 9 : A information dialog is displayed. Instance1). Step 13 : Give Subnet Name (Eg. Subnet1) . In the right side screen Click Launch Instance. In the right side screen Click Create Network.

To launch an instance. Step 11 : In the details. Give the instance name(eg.qcow2 in this machine. Instance1). In the right side screen Click Launch Instance. Step 10 : Under the Project Tab. Click Images. In the right side screen Click Create Image. Click Instances.Step 19 : Click launch. 4 . description Step 3 : Click Image Source and choose 'Image File' Step 4 : Click Browse and choose the boss image file and Click Open. Make sure you have the boss_cloudimg. To upload an existing image in the cloud and launch an instance. Step 1 : In the project Tab. Step 2 : Give the image name. A instance will be launched and displayed in the instances list. Step 5 : Click Format and Choose 'QCOW2' format Step 6 : Give the Architecture input value as 'x86_86' Step 7 : Give the Minimum Disk input value as 10 Step 8 : Give the Minimum RAM input value as 2048 Step 9 : Click create image.

sh sh neutron. Step 14: Click launch. To start all the openstack components after Machine restart Open the sh glance. Change to root user using sudo -i.Step 12: Click Instance Boot Source list and choose 'Boot from image' Step 13: Click Image name list and choose the image currently uploaded. ifconfig eth0 0 sh ifconfig <interface> 0 Eg. Go to /opt/openstack folder cd /opt/openstack Run the following scripts using command sh sh sh All the components will be up and running and you can open the browser and give the url http://<IP>:8010 5 .