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Mastering OpenStack by Omar Khedher

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Cooking Swift

The cookbooks uploaded to the Chef server in Chapter 2, Deploying OpenStack – DevOps and OpenStack Dual Deal, include as well the Swift cookbook named cookbook-openstack-object-storage.

Note

If you did not upload the Swift cookbook, you can download it and add to your Chef cookbook repository from GitHub: https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-object-storage/tree/stable/havana.

For a large environment, it is recommended to split the proxy and storage layers, as shown in the previous figure. Optionally, we can assign, for each storage node, a triple Swift server: account, container and object role while keeping dedicated nodes for the Swift proxy server. From our Chef server, we can assign the following roles.

A Swift storage ...

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