Running OS in development mode: AMQP is unreachable

asked 2011-07-02 22:55:38 -0500

huy-pham-sc gravatar image

Hi, I tried running OpenStack in development mode with the script written by Vish on the nova project website. The compute, network, volume, scheduler and objectstore's logs say: AMQP on x.x.x.x:5672 is unreachable: (406, u"PRECONDITION_FAILED - cannot redeclare exchange 'scheduler_fanout' in vhost '/' with different type, durable, internal or autodelete value", (40, 10), 'Channel.exchange_declare').

Howver, when I run OS not in development mode, but with packages installed not from source, everything works fine; the same rabbitmq server, same other things.

What could be the problem? Would much appreciate any help.

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answered 2011-07-02 23:11:56 -0500

There was a bug recently in the fanout queue that has been fixed. I'm not sure what version the code you're running is, but current trunk has fixed that error.

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answered 2011-07-02 23:41:11 -0500

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You might try also just restarting rabbit.

Vish

On Jul 2, 2011, at 4:25 PM, HP wrote:

Question #163562 on OpenStack Compute (nova) changed: https://answers.launchpad.net/nova/+q...

Status: Answered => Open

HP is still having a problem: Here is the version info from nova-api log:

Nova Version (2011.3-LOCALBRANCH:LOCALREVISION)

I just did "add-apt-repository ppa:nova-core/trunk" and "apt-get update" about an hour ago so I assumed things have been updated. And did "bzr clone lp:nova" yesterday. What else could be wrong?


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answered 2011-07-02 23:21:18 -0500

huy-pham-sc gravatar image

Here is the version info from nova-api log:

Nova Version (2011.3-LOCALBRANCH:LOCALREVISION)

I just did "add-apt-repository ppa:nova-core/trunk" and "apt-get update" about an hour ago so I assumed things have been updated. And did "bzr clone lp:nova" yesterday. What else could be wrong?

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