os-odl_l3-csit-noha overview and description

This document provides scenario level details for Danube 1.0 of deployment with the OpenDaylight SDN controller and only CSIT relevant features enabled.

1. Introduction

This scenario is used primarily to validate and deploy a minimum Newton OpenStack + OpenDaylight deployment with only required OpenStack services.

1.1. Scenario components and composition

This scenario is composed of only required OpenStack services enabled by default, including Nova, Neutron, Glance, and Keystone. OpenDaylight is also enabled. File storage is used as the backend to Glance.

The purpose of this file is to deploy a minimum OpenStack setup that will still be able to exercise OpenDaylight. The use case for this scenario is to be able to test OpenDaylight quickly in an environment with low CPU/Memory requirements.

1.2. Scenario usage overview

Simply deploy this scenario by using the os-odl_l3-csit-noha.yaml deploy settings file.

1.3. Limitations, Issues and Workarounds

  • APEX-112:

    ODL routes local subnet traffic to GW

  • APEX-149:

    OpenFlow rules are populated very slowly

  • APEX-268:

    VMs with multiple floating IPs can only access via first NIC

  • APEX-384:

    Not including odl_version in deploy settings causes error

  • APEX-422:

    First nova instance DHCP request fails

1.4. References

For more information on the OPNFV Danube release, please visit http://www.opnfv.org/danube