Openstack Queens Compute Configuration in CentOS 7

Openstack Queens Compute Configuration in CentOS 7


Step 1:

Open Dashboard: Login

User = AdminPwd = 1661bfc512194d92 # see keystonerc_admin
cat /root/keystonerc_admin
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Project Window:

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Step 2:

Press “Create Project”

Type Project Name and Press “Create”



After successfully “Create Project” 


Step 3 :

Create Flavours :

Go to → Admin → Flavours → press “Create Flavour” Button


Flavour Name = CentOS7 # choose according your project
ID                    = auto
VCPUs            = 1             # According your project
RAM                = 1024       # According your project
ROOT Disk     =         # According your project

Press “Create Flavour” 

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Step 4:

Allocate Floating IP’s to Project :

Go to Project → Compute → Access & Security
Click on  “Floating IP’s” tab and Press “Allocate IP’s to Project”




Press “Allocate IP” Button


Step 5:

Create Security Group 


Click on  “Security Groups” tab


Press “Manage Rules”

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Press “Add Rule”

Rule = All ICMP

Direction = Ingress




Press “Add Rule”

Rule = All ICMP

Direction = Egress



Press “Add Rule”

Rule = All TCP

Direction = Ingress




Press “ Add Rule”

Rule = All TCP

Direction = Egress


Final Output of Access & Security



Step 6:

Create Image :

Go to Project → Compute → Images

Press “Create Image”

Name* > CentOS7                           # Image Name

Description >                                   # Image Desctiption

Image Source > Image                     # Select Image Source

Image File > *.iso                            # Select Your Image File

Minimum DisK > 16 GB                  # Type According to your Project

Minimum ram > 1024 MB               # Type According to your Project

Public > yes                                     # tick on checkbox

Press “Create Image”

Image Successfully Created 


Step 7:

Create Volumes :

Go to Project → Compute → Volumes


Press Create Volume”


Step 8:

Launch Instance:

Go to Project → Compute → Instances
Press “Launch Instance”

Instance Name* > CentOS7 # Type Instance Name

Availability Zone > nova # Select Zone

Count* > 1 # Type Count




Press “Next” for Select Source

Select Boot Source* > Image

Available > CentOS7 
            ( press “+” button to allocated Source and “–” button to remove)



Press “Next” for Select Flavor

Available                   > CentOS7  ( press “+” button to allocated Source and “–” button to remove)




Press “Next” for Select Networks

Available > linuxtopic-external
                > linuxtopoic-internal ( press “+” button to allocated Source and “–” button to remove)


Press “Next” and Select “Security Groups”

Available                   > default  ( press “+” button to allocated Source and “–” button to remove)



Now Press “Launch Instance”   


Step 9:

Attach Volumes :

Go to Project → Compute → Volumes
Expand Menu of “linuxtopic-volume” and Select “Manage Attachment”


Select Instance “Attach To Instance” from Drug down Menu



Press “Attach Volume”


Step 10:

Restart Instance :

Go to Project → Compute → Instances
Expand Menu → Press “Hard Reboot Instance” and Confirm





Step 11:

Now open Console from Expand Instance Menu OR Use VNC Client to Install CentOS 7

After Successfully Installation of OS using ISO on the Attached Volume: “Shut Off Instance” and Confirm

Project → Compute → Instance

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Check  Instance "Power State" 

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Step 12:

Create Instance Snapshot :

Project → Compute → Instance → Menu → Create Snapshot

Snapshot Name > CentOS-Installed                # type snapshot name

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Press “Create Snapshot”


Step 13:

Project → Compute → Volumes →
Press “Edit Volume” button



check on “Bootable” and Submit




Step 14:

Detach “linuxtopic-volume” bootable volume from Instance ”CentOS7”
Expand Volume Menu Select “Manage Attachments” 


Press “Detach Volume” and Confirm it

Step 15:

Project → Compute → Images → Launch

Instance Name* > CentOS-Installed                     # Type Instance Name


Press “Next” for Select Source

Select Boot Source > Volume                               # Select from Drug down


Available Volume > linuxtopic-volume             
   # Select bootable volume



Press “Next” for flavor selection



Press “Next”  and Select Networks*


Press “Next” and Select “Security Groups”


Now Press “Launch Instance”

Step 16:

Project → Compute → Instances

Step 17:

Open Console form menu

Project → Compute → Instance
Expand Instance Menu and Select "Console" 


Network Configuration file


Ping Gateway

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