Enable LVM block storage¶
Consider this section as part of Deploy an OpenStack cluster.
This section instructs you on how to configure LVM as a back end for the OpenStack Block Storage service.
Since MOSK 22.4, you can use flexible
throughout bare metal host profiles. For example, you can now use either
sizeGiB: 0.1 or
size: 100Mi when specifying a device size.
Mirantis recommends using only one parameter name type and units throughout
the configuration files. If both
size are used,
sizeGiB is ignored during deployment and the suffix is adjusted
accordingly. For example,
1.5Gi will be serialized as
1536Mi. The size
without units is counted in bytes. For example,
size: 120 means 120 bytes.
All data will be wiped during cluster deployment on devices
defined directly or indirectly in the
fileSystems list of
BareMetalHostProfile. For example:
A raw device partition with a file system on it
A device partition in a volume group with a logical volume that has a file system on it
An mdadm RAID device with a file system on it
An LVM RAID device with a file system on it
wipe field is always considered
true for these devices.
false value is ignored.
Therefore, to prevent data loss, move the necessary data from these file systems to another server beforehand, if required.
To enable LVM block storage:
spec:volumeGroupssection, specify the following data for the OpenStack compute nodes. In the following example, we deploy a Cinder volume with LVM on compute nodes. However, you can use dedicated nodes for this purpose.
spec: devices: - device: byName: /dev/nvme0n1 minSize: 30Gi wipe: true partitions: - name: lvm_cinder_vol size: 0 wipe: true volumeGroups: - devices: - partition: lvm_cinder_vol name: cinder-vol
Since MOSK 23.1, the
open-iscsipackage does not install by default on bare metal hosts. Install it manually during cluster deployment in
spec: postDeployScript: | #!/bin/bash -ex apt-get update apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y open-iscsi echo $(date) 'post_deploy_script done' >> /root/post_deploy_done
For details about
BareMetalHostProfile, see Mirantis Container Cloud Operations Guide: Create a custom bare metal host profile.
OpenStackDeploymentCR to deploy OpenStack with LVM block storage. For example:
spec: nodes: openstack-compute-node::enabled: features: cinder: volume: backends: lvm: lvm: volume_group: "cinder-vol"