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Keystone expects those --os- arguments to be used immediately after the keyword "keystone".

Try this:

sudo keystone --os-auth-url=http://controller:35357/v2.0 tenant-create --name=admin 

and a handy tip:

env | grep OS_AUTH_URL

This will only display env data which contains OS_AUTH_URL.

Hope this helps.

Keystone expects those --os- arguments to be used immediately after the keyword "keystone"."keystone". It is mentioned in the usage itself, <subcommand> is your tenant-create command, all square brackets given before are optional arguments.

Try this:

sudo keystone --os-auth-url=http://controller:35357/v2.0 tenant-create --name=admin 

and a handy tip:

env | grep OS_AUTH_URL

This will only display env data which contains OS_AUTH_URL.

Hope this helps.