Cinder Netapp

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juju deploy cinder-netapp
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Platform:

Ubuntu
21.10 21.04 20.10 20.04 18.04

Overview

The cinder charm is the Openstack block storage (i.e: Volume) service, whereas the cinder-netapp charm works as a subordinate of cinder, implementing a backend based on NetApp.

Note: The cinder-netapp charm is supported starting with Openstack Queens.

Usage

Configuration

This section covers common and/or important configuration options. See file config.yaml for the full list of options, along with their descriptions and default values. See the [Juju documentation][juju-docs-config-apps] for details on configuring applications.

netapp-storage-family

The storage family type that is used for the storage system. Can be ontap_cluster for clustering data ONTAP, or eseries.

netapp-storage-protocol

The SAN protocol to use. Can be either iscsi or NFS.

netapp-vserver

Specifies the virtual storage server name on the storage cluster.

netapp-server-hostname

The hostname or IP address for the storage server (can alternatively specify a proxy server).

netapp-server-port

The TCP port used to communicate with the storage server or proxy.

If it's not specified, it will be deduced: For ONTAP drivers, it will be 80 for HTTP and 443 for HTTPS; for E-series, it will be 8080 and 8443, respectively.

netapp-login

The username used to access the storage server or proxy.

netapp-password

The password used to authenticate the login option.

netapp-nfs-shares-config

Specifies a file that contains a list of NFS shares, each on its own line, to which the driver will attempt to provision Cinder volumes.

netapp-controller-ips

If the storage family is eseries, this option specifies a comma-separated list of controller hostnames or IP addresses to be used for provisioning.

netapp-array-password

The password for the NetApp E-series storage array.

netapp-storage-pools

Specifies a comma-separated list of pool names to use.

use-multipath

Whether to use multipath for image transfer.

netapp-enable-multiattach

Specifies whether the driver should allow operations that involve multiple attachments to a volume.

volume-backend-name

The service name to present to Cinder.

Deployment

This charm's primary use is as a backend for the cinder charm. To do so, add a relation betweeen both charms:

juju add-relation cinder-netapp:storage-backend cinder:storage-backend

Documentation

The OpenStack Charms project maintains two documentation guides:

Bugs

Please report bugs on Launchpad.