masakari  7.0.0
About: OpenStack Masakari provides "Instances High Availability Service" for OpenStack clouds by automatically recovering failed Instances (currently for KVM-based Virtual Machine(VM)s).
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README.rst

Masakari

Virtual Machine High Availability (VMHA) service for OpenStack

Masakari provides Virtual Machine High Availability (VMHA) service for OpenStack clouds by automatically recovering the KVM-based Virtual Machine(VM)s from failure events such as VM process down, provisioning process down, and nova-compute host failure. It also provides API service for manage and control the automated rescue mechanism.

NOTE: Use masakari only if instance path is configured on shared storage system i.e, 'instances_path' config option of nova has a path of shared directory otherwise instance data will be lost after the evacuation of instance from failed host if, * instance is booted from image * flavor using ephemeral disks is used

Original version of Masakari: https://github.com/ntt-sic/masakari

Tokyo Summit Session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmjNKceW_9A

Masakari is distributed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0. The full terms and conditions of this license are detailed in the LICENSE file.

Configure masakari-api

  1. Create masakari user:

    openstack user create --password-prompt masakari
    (give password as masakari)
  2. Add admin role to masakari user:

    openstack role add --project service --user masakari admin
  3. Create new service:

    openstack service create --name masakari --description "masakari high availability" instance-ha
  4. Create endpoint for masakari service:

    openstack endpoint create --region RegionOne masakari --publicurl http://<ip-address>:<port>/v1/%\(tenant_id\)s --adminurl http://<ip-address>:<port>/v1/%\(tenant_id\)s --internalurl http://<ip-address>:<port>/v1/%\(tenant_id\)s
  5. Clone masakari using

    git clone https://github.com/openstack/masakari.git
  6. Run setup.py from masakari

    sudo python setup.py install
  7. Create directory /etc/masakari

  8. Copy masakari.conf, api-paste.ini and policy.json file from masakari/etc/ to /etc/masakari folder

  9. To run masakari-api simply use following binary:

    masakari-api

Configure masakari database

  1. Create 'masakari' database

  2. After running setup.py for masakari (sudo python setup.py install), run masakari-manage command to sync the database

    masakari-manage db sync

Features

  • TODO