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Could you update your question with the Apache error logs (probably in /var/log/apache2/ or /var/log/httpd/) which should contain a stack trace, so we can see which service is sending back the Connection Refused message?

Does nova list works when using the command line?

You might also want to check that the endpoints in your service catalogue (keystone catalog) are correct, particularly for the adminURL.

Could you update your question with the Apache error logs (probably in /var/log/apache2/ or /var/log/httpd/) which should contain a stack trace, so we can see which service is sending back the Connection Refused message?

Does nova list works when using the command line?

You might also want to check that the endpoints in your service catalogue (keystone catalog) are correct, particularly for the adminURL.

EDIT: Based on the logs we can now see it's the cinderclient sending back the connection refused. I'm guessing cinder list would not work on the command-line either.

You should check that the Cinder Volume service is up and running, and that the volume endpoints defined in Keystone are correct.