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After a while of running Openstack and performing a lot of testing (especially Tempest) you may find that your database seems to get pretty full … and this is partly down to expired keystone token’s that remain in the DB table.
To resolve this simply setup a periodic Cron job to execute
This will remove all expired tokens to help clean-up the DB a bit
Of coure, this action better to insert as cron task:
# cat keystone_token_flush #!/bin/bash 10 * * * * root /usr/bin/keystone-manage token_flush
Актуально для текущей-последней версии GWM (в репозитории pip), для Python 2.17.13 (собственная оригинальная инсталляция в /opt).
Apache 2.4, Ganeti 2.15.2 on CentOS7.
Synnefo – Pithos – API: Incompatible with ‘Openstack object storage API’ for python-swiftclient – Openstack.
Synnefo Pithos declares, that a full compatible with ‘Openstack object storage API’. And what can be used with ANY cli client on this level (https://www.synnefo.org/docs/synnefo/latest/pithos.html).
…Pithos runs at the cloud layer and exposes the OpenStack Object Storage API to the outside
world, with custom extensions for syncing.
Any client speaking to OpenStack Swift can also be used to store objects
in a Pithos deployment…
It is lie in some cases ….