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When I did encountered this, my issues were the following:

  • The variable that "ServerName" was set to in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf was not the name of my server
  • The variable "ServerName" in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf was mistakently typed as "Servername" and not "ServerName" (Notice the n was lowercase when it should have been capitalized)
  • The Bootstrap identity service was not pointing to my servername and was instead pointing to the default "controller" servername given in the instructions. Its not ideal to simply always copy and paste.
  • The OS_AUTH_URL environment variable was pointing to the default controller servername given in the instructions.

My problem was simply a copy paste, copy paste, copy paste issue. :-( .Once I corrected this everything worked fine.

Keep in mind that once you update this, you simply need to run commands:

systemctl stop httpd.service systemctl start httpd.service

This way your changes will take affect.