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[trove] How to make trove instances connect to rabbitmq

asked 2018-09-15 10:00:40 -0500

fedupwithneutron gravatar image

Hi all,

I am trying to install Trove for the first time. The docs say that trove instances should have connectivity to rabbitmq. In my case, the rabbitmq is running in the management network and being used by all other openstack services for message passing.

How can I get this working?

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answered 2018-09-16 08:55:10 -0500

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Im assuming that your running your trove components inside your openstack cloud.

You could create a provider network which is attached to the network that your controllers/rabbitmq hosts are connected too. You can then deliver that provider network into the tenancy that your trove instances are running in.

I would recommend attaching that network as a second interface. you can then connect your trove instances directly into your management network.

you will need to think about the security implications of bridging your external networks to your internal management networks.

Hope that helps.

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answered 2018-09-15 18:45:13 -0500

If you talk about step 6 in the install and configure components paragraph, the instance needs connectivity to the controller and the authentication URL must be correct. Adapt the trove_auth_url in the example to your Keystone setup.

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Hi,

Will trove instances have connectivity to the Internet? I am guessing they will, in order to download packages and all. In that case, I can put the public ip of the controller there in the config file you mentioned?

fedupwithneutron gravatar imagefedupwithneutron ( 2018-09-16 00:30:42 -0500 )edit

Full disclosure: I don‘t know that much about Trove.

However, instances that have a connection to the external network via router can access outside addresses by default. I believe that Trove sets up its own networking for instances. Yes, try the public IP.

Bernd Bausch gravatar imageBernd Bausch ( 2018-09-16 02:13:45 -0500 )edit

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