Post tagged: OpenStack

Testing Horizon git snapshots

Testing horizon git checkouts

One of the cool things in Horizon is, one can easily try newest things out. This assumes, you already have an OpenStack installation available somewhere.

If you haven't already installed git:

yum install git

To clone horizons upstream git repository, run the command

git clone https …

Truncating log files

Depending on your settings, OpenStack Dashboard produces lots of log output. Fortunately there is already a tool in place, which cleans them up for you. Looking at /var/log/httpd/ you'll probably notice files like access_log-(date).gz. They were generated by logrotate by compressing existent logs.

To use the …

A stable and custom theme for Horizon

During the OpenStack Icehouse development cycle, we gained in Horizon the ability to use additional python packages by simply dropping in a file in the openstack_dashboard/enabled dir.

In the rest of the article, I'll propose a method to customize the look and feel, without breaking during package updates. It …

OpenStack Summit Hong Kong

From my very personal view on the past OpenStack summit in Hong Kong, it has been a good and productive summit. Luckily, both of my sessions were accepted:

Separate OpenStack Dashboard and Horizon

The first session was about how to separate Horizon and OpenStack Dashboard. It is very little known …

OpenStack testing session @FLOCK

As you might heard, we at Fedora had FUDCons (Fedora Users and Developers conference), which is now replaced by a conference named Flock. The first one will be held in Charleston, South Carolina between Aug. 9th and 12th. 2013. Coming there is a unique chance this year, to meet many …

How to create a custom theme for Horizon

Based on the idea or proposal of Kieran Spear, I'll document here, what has to be done, if one needs to customize Horizon (for whatever reason).

Let's say, one needs to create a corporate theme, named horizon_bigcorp. Then we first need to change In Fedora and EPEL, that …