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Monday, November 3 • 15:20 - 16:00
Why is My Volume in 'ERROR' State!?! - An Introduction to Troubleshooting Your Cinder Configuration

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The most frequent problem I see from customers is 'I have configured Cinder but my volumes just go to 'ERROR' state.  Why?'  There are a number of common pitfalls that storage administrators who are new to Cinder may encounter.  The source of the problem may not be easily determined by new users, but with a bit of guidance most problems are easily resolved.  This  presentation will help guide new, and existing, users to smooth attainment of an 'available' volume on new storage back-ends whether it be on a new system or an additional storage system being added via Cinder's multi-backend support.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Bryant

Jay Bryant

IBM Cinder Subject Matter Expert
Jay has worked for IBM since 2001 on Linux virtualization, supercomputing and storage related initiatives.  Jay started working with OpenStack during the Grizzly release and has been focussed on Cinder since Havana.  As the Cinder Subject Matter Expert for IBM's Cloud Division, Jay serves as the liason between the OpenStack Community and IBM's internal storage software development teams.  Jay has also been a member of Cinder's core... Read More →
avatar for Walter A. Boring IV

Walter A. Boring IV

Software Engineer at Hewlett-Packard, HP
Walt is a software engineer at Hewlett-Packard currently working in the Management and Solutions Development Unit focusing on storage systems enablement.   He has been working at Hewlett-Packard since 2007.  Since 2012, he has been working on OpenStack for HP enabling several of HP’s storage systems.  He became a core member of the OpenStack Cinder team in 2013 after co-authoring the Fibre Channel protocol support in OpenStack’s Nova... Read More →
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Kurt Martin

Cloud Software Engineer, Hewlett-Packard
Kurt Martin is a software developer for Hewlett-Packard Storage Division. He has been involved with OpenStack since the Grizzly release, focusing  on the Block Storage project and was one of the driving forces and co-developers of Fibre Channel attached storage in OpenStack.   


Monday November 3, 2014 15:20 - 16:00
Room 252 AB

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