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I like to use xenstore-read name. This asks the hypervisor for the instance's name. # xenstore-read name instance-10493365-870f-4ff1-86ed-500b4b8db814 I refer to this page frequently, specifically the section "XenStore commands to be run on guest VM".


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I found a solution using 'list_join': heat_template_version: 2013-05-23 int_network: type: OS::Neutron::Net properties: name: list_join: ['-', [ {get_param: tenant}, 'net']]


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Thanks m0dlx for providing an operational answer to my question. I've also found useful Provisioning template, that was available in Foreman installation that also solves this problem. Template is called "kickstart user data" and is made for Fedora and CentOS, but with small changes also fits ubuntu.


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They differ based on what the marketing and sales team are trying to sell... In all honesty, at least to me: Cloud - the name for Dynamic private hosted services - e.g. You have the ability to deploy a "service" and not care about the physical place it is located, you can deploy more in the future, they can be in different Data centres in different ...


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There is no provision for that yet. Setting 'allow_resize_to_same_host' to 'True' doesn't ensure your requirement. This setting only allows the same host to be an option while migrating the resized vm.



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