[ovs-dev] OVS upgrade
a.ibrahim at fci-cu.edu.eg
Fri Apr 20 13:21:11 UTC 2018
Thanks for your reply.
I'm using this repo because it supports OVN SFC, the official doesn't, does
For the old build directory, I don't know it since my installation is and
OPNFV deployment using Apex.
As you Apex uses RDO TripleO openstack.
Appreciate if you can guide me how to find the old build directory.
On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 4:40 PM, Ben Pfaff <blp at ovn.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 03:32:28PM -0400, Amir Mohamad wrote:
> > I have openstack installed on one host. I have one controller (VM)
> > one Compute node (VM).
> > I want to install a new version that supports OVN SFC by cloning this
> > https://github.com/doonhammer/ovs.git
> Why that one? It's not the official OVS repo.
> > In the old OVS installation:
> > 1. ovsdb-server and ovs-vswitchd are in /usr/sbin
> > 2. ovn-controller, ovn-northd, ovn-nbctl, etc. are in /usr/bin
> > 3. conf.db is in /etc/openvswitch
> > 3. ovnnb-db.db and ovnsb-db.db are in /var/lib/openvswitch
> > 4. Schema ( ovn-nb.ovsschema, ovn-sb.ovsschema, vswitch.ovsschema, and
> > vtep.ovsschema) are in /usr/share/openvswitch
> > My questions is:
> > According to this page (upgrade section):
> > http://docs.openvswitch.org/en/latest/intro/install/general/#upgrading
> > , if I want to upgrade, I will need to kill the currently running OVS and
> > install the new one using the same configure options as was used for
> > installing the previous version, or I may end up with two versions of
> > So, and according to this page ( configure section ) :
> > *http://docs.openvswitch.org/en/latest/intro/install/
> > <http://docs.openvswitch.org/en/latest/intro/install/
> > I will need to specify the location all files need to be placed in as
> > as the location for db.
> > should I use the configure as follow:
> > $ ./configure --prefix=/usr --localstatedir=/sbin --sysconfdir=/etc
> > OR
> > $ ./configure --prefix=/usr --localstatedir=/sbin --sysconfdir=/var/lib
> Do you have the old build directory available? If so, just run
> "./config.status --version" to see the configuration flags that were
Amir I. Mohamad
Faculty of Computers & Information
IT Dept. Cairo University
More information about the dev