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asked 2014-11-15 15:02:24 -0500

Marco gravatar image

Sorry for the very newbie question but I just finished installing openstack on a laptop running a clean install and minimal install of ubuntu 14.01 (basic Server install with only openSSH added).

I successfully installed openstack and was able to the the dashboard and to login as admin or demo. I had to powered down my laptop and upon reboot, the services fail to restart properly.

What is the proper procedure to reboot openstack?

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answered 2014-11-16 02:45:22 -0500

How did you installed OpenStack? I mean which method you followed, like Devstack, Manual Installation etc. Based on that we can decide the issue.

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Installation was done through DevStack. Can't figure out how to start the services... service nova start or service keystone start returns errors (and there is no script in /etc/init.d for these services...)

thanks

Marco gravatar imageMarco ( 2014-11-17 18:36:41 -0500 )edit

Cool. Devstack is little bit different.

To restart the services we need to run "rejoin-stack.sh" script in "devstack" folder.

Let us suppose your devstack user name is "stack", then

su stack cd devstack ./rejoin-stack.sh

Note: Before running that, make sure MySQL, RabbitMQ, Httpd running.

TechPatron gravatar imageTechPatron ( 2014-11-17 23:26:34 -0500 )edit
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answered 2014-11-16 03:37:41 -0500

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Since you are installing this all on one machine, you likely do not have an external database.

You'll need to start the database (mysql) and the message queue (rabbitmq) before starting the Openstack services.

The Openstack services can be started in any order, but be prepared for some connectivity errors in the logs at first startup. I would recommend starting keystone then nova but that isn't a requirement if they all are started at about the same time.

If this was a by-hand deployment, I would recommend removing the Openstack services from the runlevels so that they won't get autostarted since even adding a delay it seems to still break. at least for me.

For further troubleshooting you will need to provide why the services are failing (log messages). The log messages will be in /var/log. Also remember to check /var/log/upstart if it is failing before it logs anything.

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