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Thank you for your help, it lead me into the right direction. I do not completly understand what was wrong but this is how I solved it:

- select * from keystone.service did not show an entry for keystone. Also no entry in keystone.endpoint table.
- all commands except keystone token-get did not work, no error message and no output, just a blank line.

- unset all OS_*
- export OS_SERVICE_ENDPOINT=$http://controller:35357/v2.0
- recreate the keystone service and endpoint:

I think my problem may was that the service is created by debian package manager and this may failed without warning. So I followed and unset OS_SERVICE_ENDPOINT and keystone did'nt know what to do after that.

So again many thanks for your help,
Nils Schröder