# There is no object-store endpoint on this auth server

I have run stack.sh for a devstack gitted (master). swift is not enabled so nova-objectstore should be active . keystone seems to work ok since curl gives the token in return for the admin/passw0rd credentials.

Yet when running : swift -A http://9.148.4.71:5000/v2.0 -U admin -K passw0rd list

I get back : " There is no object-store endpoint on this auth server"

any idea why ?

actually there were intallation where it did not happen , but I don't see any diff between them

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Hi, how did you solve this ? I am facing the same issue.

Thank you.

jean-pierre

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actuall I did not solve it directly but made some change (enabled minimal local swift instead of nova-objectstore ) and it worked I did not come back to the nova-objectstore usage . But in the meanwhile I learned more and think the above error message might come from the fact that keystone was not active ( do : 'ps _ax | grep keystone' to see if you have keystone-all running) . if so run : python /opt/stack/keystone/bin/keystone-all --config-file /etc/keystone/keystone.conf --log-config /etc/keystone/logging.conf

to start keystone ( should be in that path if .devstack/install.sh finished ok)

Now here is how I activated swift (minimal configuration) instead of nova-objectstore :

1) run : uninstal.sh to revert the old intallation and then : rm -fr /opt/stack/* then copy /devstack/samples/localrc (a swift install example) to devstack directory with some changes as follows (including some passwords of your own . mine were all : 'passw0rd') :

# if it does not exist.

SWIFT_DATA_DIR=\$DEST/data

2) Install again by running : /devstac/install.sh and enter any passwords prompted for . 3) when install finishes ok run : /devstack /source opnerc 4) now start swift like this: swift-init all start ( to later stop swift (if you need ) do : swift-init all stop. it should finish ok ...

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