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Setting Up GCE local access Add ssh of your local machine to GCE Metadata 1. On Your local machine generate ssh key $ sudo apt-get install ssh $ ssh-keygen -t rsa -P “” $ cat $HOME/.ssh/id_rsa.pub 2. copy the contents and replace yourusername@yourhostname with hadoop@yourhostname
L2 connectivity is the most basic requirement in a network. All cloud platforms allow users to create subnets. Subnets are L2 segments to which the servers attach their interfaces to and start sending and receiving traffic. Servers on the same L2 segment can reach each other directly. They only need…
The following procedure is tested on OpenStack grizzly version running on Ubuntu 12.04 Before creation of any networks in the OpenStack setup, add the following lines in /etc/quantum/plugins/openvswitch/ovs_quantum_plugin.ini under “[OVS]” section on all the machines of an OpenStack setup running Open vSwitch and Open vSwitch agents.
The following method was tested with FreeBSD 9.1 image bundled into Grizzly version of OpenStack running on Ubuntu 12.04 Create a raw image which emulates the Hard Drive. kvm-img create -f qcow2 freebsd.img 5G