Which is the right procedure to reboot the quantum network server?

asked 2013-06-27 02:47:04 -0600

aleita gravatar image

right now each time the quantum server come up after a reboot, its network interfaces does not work anymore. Is there a procedure to have everything working after the reboot ?

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answered 2013-06-27 04:00:28 -0600

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updated 2013-06-27 04:04:35 -0600

Hi,

You need to run quantum-ovs-cleanup utility during the startup, the important thing is it should be run before the dhcp and l3 agent starts. In redhat distributions quantum-ovs-cleanup is a init.d script so changing the startup order shouldn't be a big deal.If your distribution is ubuntu, you may enter the below entries in rc.local file(currently we dont have a init.d startup script for quantum-ovs-cleanup).

/etc/init.d/quantum-dhcp-agent stop

/etc/init.d/quantum-l3-agent stop

quantum-ovs-cleanup

/etc/init.d/quantum-dhcp-agent start

/etc/init.d/quantum-l3-agent start

You can test this by doing a reboot. It should work as I tested this in my environment

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