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About this guide
This page eventually aims to provide an easy step-by-step guide to set up an XCP and OpenStack cloud with a stable release of Debian. That is not possible yet, but we do aim to get together useful resources to help you do things the Debian way.
Xen XCP is a way of managing the bare metal. It also provides a way to run virtual machines (referred to as domU instances in the Xen docs) that are not related to OpenStack.
OpenStack provides a cookie-cutter mechanism to run scalable, distributed server instances on-demand. It's ability to duplicate images and manage storage for distributed applications goes beyond the capabilities of XCP.
How to go about it
- Understand XCP by itself
Understand the architecture of OpenStack + XCP
- Set up a physical host with wheezy, and then install the Xen XCP packages
Do the OpenStack post-Xen-install steps
Install a Xen domU host running wheezy (to be the OpenStack control VM)
This could also be done using ?DevStack, https://github.com/openstack-dev/devstack/blob/master/tools/xen/README.md
- Debian-specific instructions coming soon