The Python version of a Juju Vnfm for Open Baton
- Python 3.5.2+
- Juju 2.0+
For installing the Juju-VNFM execute
pip install .
inside the project’s root directory. Note that you have to use pip3 if your standard Python interpreter is python2.
After you installed the Juju-VNFM you have to configure it. Create the file /etc/openbaton/juju/conf.ini, make sure that the current user has write permissions for the file and execute:
Then follow the instructions.
Afterwards you can start the Juju-VNFM with the command jujuvnfm start. You can specify the number of threads started to handle NFVO requests by passing a number with the -t option:
jujuvnfm -t 10 start
The default number of threads is five.
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