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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-10-16T09:49:39Z by rossella
hoshi_LOP
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Pinned topic What flavor is my vApp running in

‏2013-10-07T08:42:41Z |

From APAR ZZ00116 I am aware that we need a flavor "values equal to or greater than the requirements of the virtual machines that you are deploying." to deploy vAPPs.

I've created several flavors and have doing tests for vApps for awhile.

Now my question.

How can I tell which flavor my current VM is running in ?

I've tried "nova list" and digging into the mysql DB but cannnot find any information :-(

  • rossella
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    Re: What flavor is my vApp running in

    ‏2013-10-11T15:33:42Z  

    If you are using SCO 2.2 FP1 you should be able to see the flavor used in the details of the deployed instance, in SCO UI.Otherwise, just use nova show <instance id> to get all details of the instance in OpenStack. One of the rows is the flavor

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    Re: What flavor is my vApp running in

    ‏2013-10-16T09:49:39Z  
    • hoshi_LOP
    • ‏2013-10-15T00:54:09Z

    Thank you for your answer!

    The "nova show <instance id>" did show the flavor.
    However it showed something like "Instance_ba34f262-929f-490c-9552-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" .

    I had to "nova-manage flavor list Instance_ba34f262-929f-490c-9552-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" to actually know the consumed resources.

    As for the SCO UI, are you sure?
    I know VSPs has a new UI to show the flavor, but I believe that is not implemented for vAPPs.

    Regards,

    Ehmm no, no flavor for vApps in the UI, sorry :-(

  • rossella
    rossella
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    Re: What flavor is my vApp running in

    ‏2013-10-11T15:33:42Z  

    If you are using SCO 2.2 FP1 you should be able to see the flavor used in the details of the deployed instance, in SCO UI.Otherwise, just use nova show <instance id> to get all details of the instance in OpenStack. One of the rows is the flavor

  • hoshi_LOP
    hoshi_LOP
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    Re: What flavor is my vApp running in

    ‏2013-10-15T00:54:09Z  
    • rossella
    • ‏2013-10-11T15:33:42Z

    If you are using SCO 2.2 FP1 you should be able to see the flavor used in the details of the deployed instance, in SCO UI.Otherwise, just use nova show <instance id> to get all details of the instance in OpenStack. One of the rows is the flavor

    Thank you for your answer!

    The "nova show <instance id>" did show the flavor.
    However it showed something like "Instance_ba34f262-929f-490c-9552-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" .

    I had to "nova-manage flavor list Instance_ba34f262-929f-490c-9552-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" to actually know the consumed resources.

    As for the SCO UI, are you sure?
    I know VSPs has a new UI to show the flavor, but I believe that is not implemented for vAPPs.

    Regards,

  • rossella
    rossella
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    Re: What flavor is my vApp running in

    ‏2013-10-16T09:49:39Z  
    • hoshi_LOP
    • ‏2013-10-15T00:54:09Z

    Thank you for your answer!

    The "nova show <instance id>" did show the flavor.
    However it showed something like "Instance_ba34f262-929f-490c-9552-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" .

    I had to "nova-manage flavor list Instance_ba34f262-929f-490c-9552-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" to actually know the consumed resources.

    As for the SCO UI, are you sure?
    I know VSPs has a new UI to show the flavor, but I believe that is not implemented for vAPPs.

    Regards,

    Ehmm no, no flavor for vApps in the UI, sorry :-(