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authorJan Klare <j.klare@cloudbau.de>2016-04-22 09:34:06 -0500
committerJan Klare <j.klare@cloudbau.de>2016-04-26 15:39:01 -0500
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update the README after refactoring and align it with other cookbooks
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Notes (review): Code-Review+2: Samuel Cassiba <sam@cassiba.com> Workflow+1: Mark Vanderwiel <vanderwl@us.ibm.com> Verified+2: Jenkins Submitted-by: Jenkins Submitted-at: Thu, 28 Apr 2016 14:54:17 +0000 Reviewed-on: https://review.openstack.org/309441 Project: openstack/cookbook-openstack-block-storage Branch: refs/heads/master
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1Description 1Description
2=========== 2===========
3 3
4Installs the OpenStack Block Storage service **Cinder** as part of the OpenStack reference deployment Chef for OpenStack. The https://github.com/openstack/openstack-chef-repo contains documentation for using this cookbook in the context of a full OpenStack deployment. Cinder is currently installed from packages. 4Installs the OpenStack Block Storage service **Cinder** as part of the OpenStack
5reference deployment Chef for OpenStack. The
6https://github.com/openstack/openstack-chef-repo contains documentation for
7using this cookbook in the context of a full OpenStack deployment. Cinder is
8currently installed from packages.
5 9
6http://cinder.openstack.org 10http://cinder.openstack.org
7 11
8Requirements 12Requirements
9============ 13============
10 14
11* Chef 0.10.0 or higher required (for Chef environment use). 15- Chef 12 or higher
16- chefdk 0.9.0 for testing (also includes berkshelf for cookbook dependency
17 resolution)
12 18
13Cookbooks 19Platform
14--------- 20========
15
16The following cookbooks are dependencies:
17 21
18* apt 22- ubuntu
19* openstack-common 23- redhat
20* openstack-identity 24- centos
21* openstack-image
22* selinux (Fedora)
23 25
24Usage 26Cookbooks
25===== 27=========
26
27api
28----
29- Installs the cinder-api, sets up the cinder database,
30 and cinder service/user/endpoints in keystone
31
32client
33----
34- Install the cinder client packages
35
36scheduler
37----
38- Installs the cinder-scheduler service
39 28
40volume 29The following cookbooks are dependencies:
41----
42- Installs the cinder-volume service, sets up the iscsi helper and create volume group when using the LVMVolumeDriver
43 30
44Defaults to the LVM Volume Driver. 31- 'apt', '~> 2.8'
32- 'openstack-common', '>= 13.0.0'
33- 'openstack-identity', '>= 13.0.0'
34- 'openstack-image', '>= 13.0.0'
45 35
46Attributes 36Attributes
47========== 37==========
48 38
49* `openstack["block-storage"]["db"]["username"]` - cinder username for database 39Please see the extensive inline documentation in `attributes/*.rb` for
50* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume_name_template"]` - Template string to be used to generate volume names 40descriptions of all the settable attributes for this cookbook.
51* `openstack["block-storage"]["snapshot_name_template"]` - Template string to be used to generate snapshot names
52* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['version']` - Select v2.0 or v3.0. Default v2.0 inherited from common cookbook. The default auth API version used to interact with identity service
53* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['memcached_servers']` - A list of memcached server(s) to use for caching
54* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['memcache_security_strategy']` - Whether token data should be authenticated or authenticated and encrypted. Acceptable values are MAC or ENCRYPT
55* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['memcache_secret_key']` - This string is used for key derivation
56* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['hash_algorithms']` - Hash algorithms to use for hashing PKI tokens
57* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['cafile']` - A PEM encoded Certificate Authority to use when verifying HTTPs connections
58* `openstack['block-storage']['api']['auth']['insecure']` - Set whether to verify HTTPS connections
59
60Glance Attributes
61-----------------
62* `openstack["block-storage"]["image"]["glance_api_insecure"]` - If True, this indicates that glance-api allows the client to perform insecure SSL(https) requests, this should be the same as the setting in the glance-api service
63* `openstack["block-storage"]["image"]["glance_ca_certificates_file"]` - Location of ca certificates file to use for glance client requests
64 41
65MQ attributes 42Note that all attributes are in the `default['openstack']` "namespace"
66-------------
67* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["service_type"]` - Select qpid or rabbitmq. default rabbitmq
68TODO: move rabbit parameters under openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]
69* `openstack["block-storage"]["rabbit"]["username"]` - Username for nova rabbit access
70* `openstack["block-storage"]["rabbit"]["vhost"]` - The rabbit vhost to use
71* `openstack["block-storage"]["rabbit"]["port"]` - The rabbit port to use
72* `openstack["block-storage"]["rabbit"]["host"]` - The rabbit host to use (must set when `openstack["block-storage"]["rabbit"]["ha"]` false).
73* `openstack["block-storage"]["rabbit"]["ha"]` - Whether or not to use rabbit ha
74 43
75* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["host"]` - The qpid host to use 44The usage of attributes to generate the cinder.conf is decribed in the
76* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["port"]` - The qpid port to use 45openstack-common cookbook.
77* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["qpid_hosts"]` - Qpid hosts. TODO. use only when ha is specified.
78* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["username"]` - Username for qpid connection
79* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["password"]` - Password for qpid connection
80* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["sasl_mechanisms"]` - Space separated list of SASL mechanisms to use for auth
81* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["reconnect_timeout"]` - The number of seconds to wait before deciding that a reconnect attempt has failed.
82* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["reconnect_limit"]` - The limit for the number of times to reconnect before considering the connection to be failed.
83* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["reconnect_interval_min"]` - Minimum number of seconds between connection attempts.
84* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["reconnect_interval_max"]` - Maximum number of seconds between connection attempts.
85* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["reconnect_interval"]` - Equivalent to setting qpid_reconnect_interval_min and qpid_reconnect_interval_max to the same value.
86* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["heartbeat"]` - Seconds between heartbeat messages sent to ensure that the connection is still alive.
87* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["protocol"]` - Protocol to use. Default tcp.
88* `openstack["block-storage"]["mq"]["qpid"]["tcp_nodelay"]` - Disable the Nagle algorithm. default disabled.
89 46
90Cinder attributes 47Recipes
91----------------- 48=======
92 49
93* `openstack["block-storage"]["service_tenant_name"]` - name of tenant to use for the cinder service account in keystone 50## openstack-block-storage::api
94* `openstack["block-storage"]["service_user"]` - cinder service user in keystone 51- Installs the cinder-api and sets up the cinder database
95* `openstack["block-storage"]["service_role"]` - role for the cinder service user in keystone
96* `openstack["block-storage"]["service_name"]` - Cinder Volume Service name in keystone, cinder for V1 and cinderv2 for v2.
97* `openstack["block-storage"]["service_type"]` - Cinder Volume Service type in keystone, volume for V1 and volumev2 for v2.
98* `openstack["block-storage"]["notification_driver"]` - Set the notification driver to be used (default to cinder.openstack.common.notifier.rpc_notifier)
99* `openstack["block-storage"]["syslog"]["use"]`
100* `openstack["block-storage"]["syslog"]["facility"]`
101* `openstack["block-storage"]["syslog"]["config_facility"]`
102* `openstack["block-storage"]["platform"]` - hash of platform specific package/service names and options
103* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["state_path"]` - Top-level directory for maintaining cinder's state
104* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["driver"]` - Driver to use for volume creation
105 * Supported volume drivers
106 - **cinder.volume.drivers.netapp.iscsi.NetAppISCSIDriver** - NetApp iSCSI driver for clustered Data
107 - **cinder.volume.drivers.rbd.RBDDriver** - Ceph Block Device driver
108 - **cinder.volume.drivers.netapp.nfs.NetAppDirect7modeNfsDriver** - NetApp NFS direct driver for 7-Mode storage controller
109 - **cinder.volume.drivers.ibm.storwize_svc.StorwizeSVCDriver** - IBM Storwize/SVC driver
110 - **cinder.volume.drivers.ibm.gpfs.GPFSDriver** - IBM General Parallel File System driver
111 - **cinder.volume.drivers.ibm.ibmnas.IBMNAS_NFSDriver** - IBM Storwize V7000 Unified and IBM SONAS Cinder driver
112 - **cinder.volume.drivers.lvm.LVMVolumeDriver** - LVM Driver
113 - **cinder.volume.drivers.emc.emc_smis_iscsi.EMCSMISISCSIDriver** - EMC SMI-S iSCSI Driver
114* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["volume_clear"]` - Defines the method for clearing volumes on a volume delete possible options: 'zero', 'none', 'shred' (https://review.openstack.org/#/c/12521/)
115* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["volume_clear_size"]` - size in MB used to limit the cleared area on deleting a volume, to the first part of the volume only. (default 0 = all MB)
116* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["volume_group"]` - Name for the VG that will contain exported volumes
117* `openstack["block-storage"]["voluem"]["volume_group_size"]` - The size (GB) of volume group (default is 40)
118* `openstack["block-storage"]["voluem"]["create_volume_group"]` - Create volume group or not when using the LVMVolumeDriver (default is false)
119* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["create_volume_group_type"]` - 'file' or 'block_devices'. Create volume group from block devices or just a file for testing
120* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["block_devices"]` - String of blank separated block devices to use for creating volume group when type is 'block_devices'
121* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["iscsi_helper"]` - ISCSI target user-land tool to use
122* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["iscsi_ip_address"]` - The IP address where the iSCSI daemon is listening on
123* `openstack["block-storage"]["volume"]["iscsi_port"]` - The port where the iSCSI daemon is listening on
124* `openstack["block-storage"]["rbd_pool"]` - RADOS Block Device pool to use
125* `openstack["block-storage"]["rbd_user"]` - User for Cephx Authentication
126* `openstack["block-storage"]["rbd_secret_uuid"]` - Secret UUID for Cephx Authentication
127* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["protocol"]` - How are we talking to either dfm or filer, http or https
128* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["dfm_hostname"]` - Host or IP of your dfm server
129* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["dfm_login"]` - Username for dfm
130* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["dfm_password"]` - Password for the dfm user
131* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["dfm_port"]` - Default port for dfm
132* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["dfm_web_port"]` - Web gui port for wsdl file download
133* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["storage_service"]` - Name of the service in dfpm
134* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["netapp_server_port"]` - Web admin port of the filer itself
135* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["netapp_server_hostname"]` - Hostname of your filer, needs to be resolvable
136* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["netapp_server_login"]` - Username for netapp filer
137* `openstack["block-storage"]["netapp"]["netapp_server_password"]` - Password for user above
138* `openstack["block-storage"]["nfs"]["shares_config"]` - File containing line by line entries of server:export
139* `openstack["block-storage"]["nfs"]["mount_point_base"]` - Directory to mount NFS exported shares
140* `openstack["block-storage"]["control_exchange"]` - The AMQP exchange to connect to if using RabbitMQ or Qpid, defaults to cinder
141* `openstack["block-storage"]["rpc_backend"]` - The messaging module to use, defaults to kombu.
142* `openstack["block-storage"]["rpc_thread_pool_size"]` - Size of RPC thread pool
143* `openstack["block-storage"]["rpc_conn_pool_size"]` - Size of RPC connection pool
144* `openstack["block-storage"]["rpc_response_timeout"]` - Seconds to wait for a response from call or multicall
145* `openstack["block-storage"]["misc_cinder"] - Array of strings to be added to cinder.conf for misc options, e.g. ['# Comment', 'key=value']
146* `openstack["block-storage"]["enable_v1_api"]` - Whether to enable cinder v1 api or not.
147* `openstack["block-storage"]["enable_v2_api"]` - Whether to enable cinder v2 api or not.
148 52
149### Storwize/SVC attributes ### 53## openstack-block-storage::backup
150* `openstack['block-storage']['san']['san_ip'] - IP address of SAN controller 54- Installs the cinder-backup service
151* `openstack['block-storage']['san']['san_login'] - Username for SAN controller
152* `openstack['block-storage']['san']['san_private_key'] - Filename of private key to use for SSH authentication
153* `openstack['block-storage']['san']['san_private_key_url'] - Source url of private key to use for SSH authentication
154* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_volpool_name'] - Storage system storage pool for volumes
155* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_rsize'] - Storage system space-efficiency parameter for volumes
156* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_warning'] - Storage system threshold for volume capacity warnings
157* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_autoexpand'] - Storage system autoexpand parameter for volumes
158* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_grainsize'] - Storage system grain size parameter for volumes
159* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_compression'] - Storage system compression option for volumes
160* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_easytier'] - Enable Easy Tier for volumes
161* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_vol_iogrp'] - The I/O group in which to allocate volumes
162* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_flashcopy_timeout'] - Maximum number of seconds to wait for FlashCopy to be prepared
163* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_connection_protocol'] - Connection protocol (iSCSI/FC)
164* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_iscsi_chap_enabled'] - Configure CHAP authentication for iSCSI connections
165* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_multipath_enabled'] - Connect with multipath (FC only; iSCSI multipath is controlled by Nova)
166* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_multihostmap_enabled'] - Allows vdisk to multi host mapping
167* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_allow_tenant_qos'] - Allow tenants to specify QOS on create
168* `openstack['block-storage']['storwize']['storwize_svc_stretched_cluster_partner'] - Enable volume-replication for stretched cluster
169 55
170### FlashSystem attributes ### 56## openstack-block-storage::cinder-common
171* `openstack['block-storage']['san']['san_ip'] - IP address of FlashSystem Cluster node 57- Defines the common pieces of repeated code from the other recipes
172* `openstack['block-storage']['san']['san_login'] - Username for FlashSystem Cluster node
173* `openstack['block-storage']['flashsystem']['flashsystem_connection_protocol'] - The connection protocol for FlashSystem data path (FC)
174* `openstack['block-storage']['flashsystem']['flashsystem_multipath_enabled'] - The multipath enablement flag (FC only)
175* `openstack['block-storage']['flashsystem']['flashsystem_multihostmap_enabled'] - Enable vdisk to multi-host mapping
176 58
177### VMware attributes ### 59## openstack-block-storage::client
178* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['secret_name']` - VMware databag secret name 60- Install the cinder client packages
179* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_host_ip']` - IP address for connecting to VMware ESX/VC server. (string value)
180* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_host_username']` - Username for authenticating with VMware ESX/VC server. (string value)
181* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_wsdl_location']` - Optional VIM service WSDL Location e.g http://<server>/vimService.wsdl. Optional over-ride to default location for bug work-arounds. (string value)
182* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_api_retry_count']` - Number of times VMware ESX/VC server API must be retried upon connection related issues. (integer value, default 10)
183* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_task_poll_interval']` - The interval (in seconds) for polling remote tasks invoked on VMware ESX/VC server. (integer value, default 5)
184* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_volume_folder']` - Name for the folder in the VC datacenter that will contain cinder volumes. (string value, default cinder-volumes)
185* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_image_transfer_timeout_secs']` - Timeout in seconds for VMDK volume transfer between Cinder and Glance. (integer value, default 7200)
186* `openstack['block-storage']['vmware']['vmware_max_objects_retrieval']` - Max number of objects to be retrieved per batch. (integer value, default 100)
187
188### IBM GPFS attributes ###
189* `openstack['block-storage']['gpfs']['gpfs_mount_point_base']` - Path to directory in GPFS filesystem where volume files are located (string value)
190* `openstack['block-storage']['gpfs']['gpfs_images_dir']` - Path to directory in GPFS filesystem where Glance images are located (string value)
191* `openstack['block-storage']['gpfs']['gpfs_images_share_mode']` - Type of image copy to use, either "copy_on_write" or "copy" (string value)
192* `openstack['block-storage']['gpfs']['gpfs_sparse_volumes']` - Create volumes as sparse or fully allocated files (boolean value, default true)
193* `openstack['block-storage']['gpfs']['gpfs_max_clone_depth']` - Maximum clone indirections allowed when creating volume file snapshots clones; zero indicates unlimited clone depth (integer, defalut 0)
194* `openstack['block-storage']['gpfs']['gpfs_storage_pool']` - GPFS storage pool that volumes are assigned to (string value)
195
196### IBMNAS (SONAS/Storwize V7000 Unified) attributes ###
197* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['nas_ip']` - Management IP address of IBMNAS storage
198* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['nas_login']` - Username for IBMNAS storage system
199* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['nas_access_ip']` - Hostname/Public IP address to access shares
200* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['nas_ssh_port']` - ssh port of IBMNAS storage
201* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['export']` - Storage system shares/export path parameter
202* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['shares_config']` - File that contains list of IBMNAS Shares
203* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['mount_point_base']` - Storage system autoexpand parameter for volumes
204* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['nfs_sparsed_volumes']` - Storage system volume creation method
205* `openstack['block-storage']['ibmnas']['ibmnas_platform_type']` - Platform type to be used as backend storage
206
207### Multiple backends attributes ###
208* `openstack['block-storage']['volume']['multi_backend']` - Hash map to indicate multiple backends sections, e.g. { 'lvm1' => { 'volume_driver' => 'cinder.volume.drivers.lvm.LVMVolumeDriver', 'volume_backend_name' => 'lvm1' }, 'lvm2' => { 'volume_driver' => 'cinder.volume.drivers.lvm.LVMVolumeDriver', 'volume_backend_name' => 'lvm2' } }
209* `default['openstack']['block-storage']['volume']['default_volume_type']` - String to indicate the volume_type that maps to one of the configured volume backends
210
211The following attributes are defined in attributes/default.rb of the common cookbook, but are documented here due to their relevance:
212
213* `openstack['endpoints']['block-storage-api-bind']['host']` - The IP address to bind the api service to
214* `openstack['endpoints']['block-storage-api-bind']['port']` - The port to bind the api service to
215* `openstack['endpoints']['block-storage-api-bind']['bind_interface']` - The interface name to bind the api service to
216
217### Backup service attributes ###
218* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['enabled']` - Whether to enable cinder backup service or not.
219* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['driver']` - The driver for cinder backup service.
220* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['url']` - The URL of Swift endpoint.
221* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['catalog_info']` - Info to match when looking for swift in the service catalog.
222* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['auth']` - Swift authentication mechanism.
223* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['auth_version']` - Swift authentication version.
224* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['user']` - Swift user name.
225* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['tenant']` - Swift tenant/account name. Required when connecting.
226* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['key']` - Swift key for authentication.
227* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['container']` - The default Swift container to use.
228* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['object_size']` - The size in bytes of Swift backup objects.
229* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['block_size']` - The size in bytes that changes are tracked for incremental backups.
230* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['retry_attempts']` - The number of retries to make for Swift operations.
231* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['retry_backoff']` - The backoff time in seconds between Swift retries.
232* `openstack['block-storage']['backup']['swift']['enable_progress_timer']` - Enable or Disable the timer to send the periodic progress notifications to Ceilometer when backing up the volume to the Swift backend storage.
233
234### Keymgr configuration attributes ###
235* `openstack['block-storage']['keymgr']['api_class']` - The key manager api class to use.
236* `openstack['block-storage']['keymgr']['fixed_key']` - The fixed key returned by key manager, specified in hex (string value).
237
238If the value of the 'bind_interface' attribute is non-nil, then the block-storage service will be bound to the first IP address on that interface. If the value of the 'bind_interface' attribute is nil, then the block-storage service will be bound to the IP address specified in the host attribute.
239
240Testing
241=====
242 61
243Please refer to the [TESTING.md](TESTING.md) for instructions for testing the cookbook. 62## openstack-block-storage::identity_registration
63- Defines the cinder service/user/endpoints in keystone
244 64
65## openstack-block-storage::scheduler
66- Installs the cinder-scheduler service
245 67
246Berkshelf 68## openstack-block-storage::volume
247===== 69- Installs the cinder-volume service
248 70
249Berks will resolve version requirements and dependencies on first run and 71## openstack-block-storage::volume_driver_lvm
250store these in Berksfile.lock. If new cookbooks become available you can run 72- Configures lvm as the cinder storage backend
251`berks update` to update the references in Berksfile.lock. Berksfile.lock will
252be included in stable branches to provide a known good set of dependencies.
253Berksfile.lock will not be included in development branches to encourage
254development against the latest cookbooks.
255 73
256License and Author 74License and Author
257================== 75==================
@@ -277,7 +95,7 @@ License and Author
277| **Author** | Mark Vanderwiel (<vanderwl@us.ibm.com>) | 95| **Author** | Mark Vanderwiel (<vanderwl@us.ibm.com>) |
278| **Author** | Eric Zhou (<zyouzhou@cn.ibm.com>) | 96| **Author** | Eric Zhou (<zyouzhou@cn.ibm.com>) |
279| **Author** | Edwin Wang (<edwin.wang@cn.ibm.com>) | 97| **Author** | Edwin Wang (<edwin.wang@cn.ibm.com>) |
280| **Author** | Jan Klare (<j.klare@x-ion.de>) | 98| **Author** | Jan Klare (<j.klare@cloudbau.de>) |
281| | | 99| | |
282| **Copyright** | Copyright (c) 2012, Rackspace US, Inc. | 100| **Copyright** | Copyright (c) 2012, Rackspace US, Inc. |
283| **Copyright** | Copyright (c) 2012-2013, AT&T Services, Inc. | 101| **Copyright** | Copyright (c) 2012-2013, AT&T Services, Inc. |
diff --git a/metadata.rb b/metadata.rb
index f63051c..d51f9f7 100644
--- a/metadata.rb
+++ b/metadata.rb
@@ -7,14 +7,6 @@ description 'The OpenStack Advanced Volume Management service Cinder.'
7long_description IO.read(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), 'README.md')) 7long_description IO.read(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), 'README.md'))
8version '13.0.0' 8version '13.0.0'
9 9
10recipe 'openstack-block-storage::api', 'Installs the cinder-api, sets up the cinder database, and cinder service/user/endpoints in keystone'
11recipe 'openstack-block-storage::client', 'Install packages required for cinder client'
12recipe 'openstack-block-storage::common', 'Defines the common pieces of repeated code from the other recipes'
13recipe 'openstack-block-storage::keystone_registration', 'Registers cinder service/user/endpoints in keystone'
14recipe 'openstack-block-storage::scheduler', 'Installs the cinder-scheduler service'
15recipe 'openstack-block-storage::volume', 'Installs the cinder-volume service and sets up the iscsi helper'
16recipe 'openstack-block-storage::backup', 'Installs the cinder-backup service'
17
18%w(ubuntu redhat centos).each do |os| 10%w(ubuntu redhat centos).each do |os|
19 supports os 11 supports os
20end 12end
@@ -23,4 +15,3 @@ depends 'apt', '~> 2.8'
23depends 'openstack-common', '>= 13.0.0' 15depends 'openstack-common', '>= 13.0.0'
24depends 'openstack-identity', '>= 13.0.0' 16depends 'openstack-identity', '>= 13.0.0'
25depends 'openstack-image', '>= 13.0.0' 17depends 'openstack-image', '>= 13.0.0'
26depends 'selinux', '~> 0.9.0'