You can perform StarlingX node management of worker hosts that comprise resource pools for hosting guest applications.
You can change the resource pool in several ways:
You can add or remove hosts to increase or decrease the size of the pool.
You can replace a host with another that has different resources; for example, memory, or number of CPU cores.
You can adjust the resources on an existing host.
You can replace a failed worker node host with an equivalent.
You can add or remove standard and low-latency worker hosts to adjust the mix of performance profiles on a system.
When replacing or adjusting a host, ensure that the overall resource pool still meets the requirements for your system.
Complete instructions for adding a worker node are provided in the StarlingX Installation and Deployment Guide.
- The life cycle of a host
- Host inventory
- Common host tasks
- Configuring CPU core behaviour
- Host memory provisioning
- Node interfaces
- Host hardware sensors
- Configure node labels
- Change a worker host performance profile
- Resize filesystems on a host
- Customize host life cycles
- Node inventory tasks
- Hardware acceleration devices
- Host hardware management
- Run the node feature discovery helm chart
- Provision BMC
You can add OpenStack compute nodes to an existing AIO Duplex system, and use labels to identify OpenStack Nodes.
Guidelines for VMs in a duplex system remain unchanged.