Chapter 10. OpenStack Performance, Availability, and Reliability

We have covered a lot of errors and problems that you need to troubleshoot in a typical OpenStack installation. In this final chapter, we want to cover some of the chronic issues that might be early signs of trouble. This chapter is more about prevention and aims to help you avoid emergency troubleshooting as much as possible.

We will be looking at the following topics in this chapter:

  • Databases
  • RabbitMQ
  • Services
  • Community resources

Databases

As we have seen throughout this book, many OpenStack services make heavy use of databases. Production deployments typically use MySQL or Postgres as a backend database server. As you have learned, a failing or misconfigured database will quickly lead ...

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