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No, the current implementation of openstack doesn't allow to allocate multiple compute node resources for a single VM. You can imagine openstack compute nodes as an abstraction layer over one of the virtualization hypervisor supported by openstack (Here you can read the list of hypervisors supported https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/HypervisorSupportMatrix ). ...
Benson's answer should be accepted, although it's not what we want to hear. It is almost December 2014 and this is still a problem. So essentially until this is fixed, "sudo poweroff" will cause headaches. It seems a gcloud compute script provides an automated workaround, but should it have to ?
Why is it impractical to use the 'nova start' command to start the instances? You don't have to do lots of typing, if that's what you're thinking. You could always pipe the output of 'nova list' to grep to find the instances you want to start, then pipe to a tool like cut, awk, sed or perl to obtain just the UUIDs, then 'nova start' each UUID. Something ...
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