This article is about how to create a FreeBSD 10.x image for use with OpenStack.The following method was tested with FreeBSD 10.2 image bundled into Liberty version of OpenStack running on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. However this can also be used with the previous versions of OpenStack like Havana, Icehouse, Juno and Kilo.
Once OpenStack is installed, we need to do a certain steps before we start the instance for the first time.
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Install Debian 7 with partitioning scheme as per your requirements. Note: Run all the commands as root. We assume that the IP of the Single machine is 10.0.0.1. Continue reading “OpenStack Juno on Debian Wheezy – Single Machine setup”
Install Ubuntu with partitioning scheme as per your requirements. Note: Run all the commands as super-user. We assume that the IP of the Single machine is 10.0.0.1. Continue reading “OpenStack Juno on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 14.10 – Single Machine Setup”
The following procedure can be used to install OpenStack Glance Juno Version on FreeBSD 10.0.
Keystone is a prerequisite for installing Glance. Follow this link for installing Keystone on FreeBSD.
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Install FreeBSD 10.0 on a machine with partitioning as per your requirements.
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