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Octavia - instance is not reachable via the lb-mgmt-net

asked 2019-01-16 14:54:54 -0600

esxzawq gravatar image

updated 2019-01-18 13:56:21 -0600

hi all

I have configured octavia , when I run the following command :

openstack loadbalancer create --project admin --vip-subnet-id provider --name test1

I see two errors in the worker.log file :

1- The amphora is unavailable. Reason: [SSL: BAD_SIGNATURE] bad signature (_ssl.c:579)

2- the compute driver failed to fully boot the instance inside the timeout interval or the instance is not reachable via the lb-mgmt-net

what should be the lb-mgmt-net !

shoud I put it's ID for the amp_boot_network_list's value , in octavia.conf!

should it's subnet be in the range of the provider network or could be optional ... !!!

I have attached all of my three networks ( provider : - selfservice: and

lb-mgmt-net: to the routern


for TLS I have created a folder somehwere named x and at the end copied the proper files's to the /etc/octavia/certs


/var/lib/octavia/certs : what should this folder have ?!!

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answered 2019-01-23 09:31:43 -0600

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Hi there,

From a configuration perspective, yes, the lb-mgmt-net ID goes into the amp_boot_netowrk_list configuration setting in the octavia.conf.

As for the TLS configuration, there is a guide that covers the only required configuration for this:

The /var/lib/octavia/certs folder is inside the amphora instances and is fully managed by the controller processes. There is no manual configuration required there.

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Thanks micheal.

In this link I have explained what is my configuration.

Please take a look to find out where is my problem

esxzawq gravatar imageesxzawq ( 2019-01-24 10:00:53 -0600 )edit

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