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horizon Associate Floating IP to an instance in error state

asked 2015-05-18 01:03:33 -0600

Ritesh Paiboina gravatar image

Hi, I have launched the an instance through horizon and it went to ERROR state, due to No valid host was found : Insufficient Resources : No enough hosts available.

When the instances is not able to launch, the instance statue is changed to ERROR state and the tables actions are visible. In the tables actions, I can see that you can associate or dis-associate a floating IP to the ERROR state instance.

What is the use case of keep those two actions association and disassociation of floating IP to the instance in ERROR state ?

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answered 2015-05-18 02:09:11 -0600

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updated 2015-05-18 02:10:56 -0600

Depends on the error state. Did you take a look at /var/log/nova/* or /var/log/horizo/horion.log.

Even though a machine may have an error state, it might still have a working interface to plumb an ip too.

At a guess, if its a kernel panic or something of a total failure, then you could look to raise it as a bug.

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Hi Luke, As my current error state is because of "Insufficient resources like I don't have RAM and vCPU" Do you mean to say that if an Instance is failed because of some internal errors, at that time we can attach a floating IP and debug/work on it ?

Ritesh Paiboina gravatar imageRitesh Paiboina ( 2015-05-18 02:21:44 -0600 )edit

IMHO , as an error instance cannot be re-launched, it is not worth to assign a IP. Though other current action such edit instance , lock / unlock might be helpful.

Ritesh Paiboina gravatar imageRitesh Paiboina ( 2015-05-18 02:25:00 -0600 )edit

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