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Got it working with the following setup. My service tenant is services.

Set up everything like in the official OpenStack documentation, but:

Add another config section [keystone_authtoken] to all Trove config files like shown in the following Bash code:

for config_file in api-paste.ini trove.conf trove-taskmanager.conf trove-conductor.conf trove-guestagent.conf; do
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken auth_uri http://$HOST_IP:35357/
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken identity_uri http://$HOST_IP:35357/
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken admin_password $TROVE_PASS
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken admin_user trove
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken admin_tenant_name services
done

Got it working with the following setup. My service tenant is services.

Set up everything like in the official OpenStack documentation, but:

Add another config section [keystone_authtoken] to all Trove config files like shown in the following Bash code:

for config_file in api-paste.ini trove.conf trove-taskmanager.conf trove-conductor.conf trove-guestagent.conf; do
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken auth_uri http://$HOST_IP:35357/
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken identity_uri http://$HOST_IP:35357/
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken admin_password $TROVE_PASS
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken admin_user trove
        openstack-config --set /etc/trove/$config_file keystone_authtoken admin_tenant_name services
done

Your auth_uri and identity_uri can look different, for example using https, or hostname and not IP.