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Software Deployment in Heat: Problem with os-collect-config

asked 2019-03-21 10:27:46 -0600

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updated 2019-03-22 08:51:12 -0600

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HI all, I have a problem with the coe cluster deploy k8s creation. On the master node on k8s i have this error:

 ***Authorization failed: Unable to establish connection to 
Mar 21 13:47:11 k8s-gdbdfoalflcp-master-0 runc[2256]: Source [heat] Unavailable.
Mar 21 13:47:11 k8s-gdbdfoalflcp-master-0 runc[2256]: /var/lib/os-collect-config/local-data not found. Skipping***

Seems that the master node want to connect the internal url reported

I don't understand where is setted this parameter. i have installed manually magnum project by follow this documentation on centos queens on my overcloud deployed by using tripleo

In the magnum.conf i have specified only public endpoint for uri and url [keystone authentication] section:


transport_url = rabbit://guest:nYBy8MUw2CfAhTRwbwBY2p8sT@internal:5672//


host = publicip



cert_manager_type = local



region_name = regionOne







connection = mysql+pymysql://magnum:iniziale@internalip/magnum








auth_uri = http://public:5000/v3

auth_version = v3

memcached_servers = internal:11211

project_domain_id = default

project_name = service

user_domain_id = default

password = xxxxx

username = magnum

auth_url = http://publicip:5000

auth_type = password

admin_user = magnum

admin_password = xxxxx

admin_tenant_name = service






lock_path = /var/lib/magnum/tmp




driver = messagingv2







trustee_domain_name = magnum

trustee_domain_admin_name = magnum_domain_admin

trustee_domain_admin_password = xxxxx

trustee_keystone_interface = public


can anyone help me please?

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answered 2019-03-25 00:55:06 -0600

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how can i change heat.conf? is there a simple way?

Best regards...

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answered 2019-03-22 08:49:22 -0600

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The problem will be in heat.conf rather than magnum.conf. You likely either have the auth_uri set to the internal IP or the endpoint_type set to Internal in the clients_keystone section.

We're looking at finding a way to ensure that in the future software deployments always get an external auth URL regardless of how Heat is configured.

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