Installed on two VMs.
Done by Maarten Koopmans (lead developer), part of the TERENA pilot Phase i.
Installed on one single server
Code security and some performance tests will be done.
Installed on one single server for the moment.
Priority for the on-going national storage infrastructure tendering at BELNET
Installed on a) one single VM b) multiple VMs (see the Installation Guides)
Next on the agenda is performance testing. For this I will try to get the data when using 1-3 WebDAV daemon nodes.
I will try to scale the WebDAV daemon, put a load balancer before the nodes and do some performance tests.
Performance tests are done! Results are here.
to be planned
Migration form GSS to (maybe) Cloud Drive.
Installed and tested the software locally, on a Cent OS 6.2
It seems to be working, although it has a few rough edges that I have to look deeper.
|CESCA||Lorenzo J. Cubero|
Part of Lorenzo's internship at CESCA and his thesis. Software development efforts can be contributed.
Jclouds API will be implemented at the back-end and performance tests will be done by the end of 2012
Working with prof. Roberto Samarone Araújo and prof. Jeroen Van de Graaf within a similar project, and we're planning to make a bridge between OpenStack Swift and TERENA cloud broker.
OpenStack S3 API development at the back-end.
Fortunately the aaws library is open source. So I got the code, changed the constant S3_HOSTNAME, regenerate the Constant.class and put it inside the jar, changed the /etc/rightfabric/config.txt to use storage = s3, restart all services, but looks like it is using local filesystem instead of trying to make the s3 connection!
Am I doing something wrong?
Handy hint for using s3 libraries to connect to OpenStack Swift. A while back, AWS changed the way the S3 endpoints work. Previously, buckets lived at s3.amazonaws.com/bucket, whereas after the change they now live at a subdomain: bucket.s3.amazonaws.com For this reason, modifying some of the libraries and tools to work with OpenStack Swift's S3 endpoint (which doesn't do the DNS smarts) is not easily possible with current versions.
This may not be the issue you're experiencing, but if odd things are happening, keep it in mind.
OpenStack Java SDK was used (not the S3 part of ot) for connecting the Swift installation and doing the back-end process to TCD. It is contributed to TERENA Github. TCD integration with RNP's OpenStack Swift based cloud storage infrastructure is planned.
Installed on Pithos+
OpenStack / Pithos+ interface to the cloud broker platform.