In today’s post we’re going to revisit our old standby tool, “PackStack”. Why? Because it’s worth remembering that it’s a solid tool to work with, even if it’s not very flexible. As much time as I spent on the RHEL-OSP Installer, what if you just want to stand up 2 or 3 nodes and be done with it? The Installer might be overkill. But then again, what if you want to duplicate what I did regarding the network prep in the Installer with PackStack?
Boom! That’s ~exactly~ what we’re doing today. Continue reading “PackStack for RHEL-OSP Revisited”