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Devstack: alternate solution to running stack.sh again on Reboot

asked 2014-08-26 02:52:35 -0500

fhussain gravatar image

Hi,

I have experienced that when you install Openstack via devstack, the installation does not survive machine reboot. You have to run stack.sh again, which effectively means to install Openstack all over again which is not a very good option. Everything (instances, networks etc.) created will be wiped out and you again start from scratch.

Is there any workaround for this so that Openstack installation survives machine reboot and everything (topologies etc.) remain there?

Regards.

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answered 2014-08-26 03:18:55 -0500

fhussain gravatar image

SOLVED

running rejoin-stack.sh is the solution.

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Worked for me as well..

exergy gravatar imageexergy ( 2015-01-27 01:34:36 -0500 )edit

rejoin-stack is currently far from perfect http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23150148/ (as others have noted) - I've found it mostly works with handholding on Ubuntu 14.04 and doesn't work well at all on Fedora 20. Services don't get restarted, networking is slightly to badly misconfigured, etc.

mfalatic gravatar imagemfalatic ( 2015-01-27 05:12:58 -0500 )edit
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answered 2014-08-26 04:41:10 -0500

SGPJ gravatar image

I use to start openstack by having ./stack.sh in .profile file. So whenever OS boots it start openstack services and will do unstack before shutdown.

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answered 2014-08-29 12:55:22 -0500

Daniel W gravatar image

I sort of thought the ideas was that DevStack wouldn't survive reboot since it wasn't meant to be used in production.

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