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Use either :

nova --os-region-name RegionOne endpoints

or edit your credentials file (demo-openrc.sh and/or admin-openrc.sh) and add:

export OS_REGION_NAME=regionOne

To get rid of the warning.

Use either :

nova --os-region-name RegionOne endpoints

or edit your credentials file (demo-openrc.sh and/or admin-openrc.sh) and add:

export OS_REGION_NAME=regionOne

To get rid of the warning.

EDIT : Careful with that workaround, a colleague of mine used it and reported that now nova endpoints does not report the full set, i.e. all 3 different interfaces (admin, internal & public) for each component... I still don't know if this has other repercussions... But it would be easy to revert back.

Use either :

nova --os-region-name RegionOne endpoints

or edit your credentials file (demo-openrc.sh and/or admin-openrc.sh) and add:

export OS_REGION_NAME=regionOneOS_REGION_NAME=RegionOne

To get rid of the warning.

EDIT : Careful with that workaround, a colleague of mine used it and reported that now nova endpoints does not report the full set, i.e. all 3 different interfaces (admin, internal & public) for each component... I still don't know if this has other repercussions... But it would be easy to revert back.