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openstack Invalid volume client version '2'

asked 2015-06-11 15:49:01 -0500

TheMan gravatar image

I just started using the unified openstack client, and thought everything was working fine - I can run most commands, but some, like when I try to do a 'server create', and a couple of other commands, it gives me this same error:

ERROR: openstack Invalid volume client version '2'. must be one of: 1

I've checked most of my logs, no smoking gun there. Any ideas? What's a 'volume client' anyway?


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answered 2015-08-26 21:52:51 -0500

annegentle gravatar image

updated 2015-08-26 22:04:04 -0500

I'm getting the same error after installing a stable/kilo version of devstack and the 1.0.4 openstack client.

Considering that Volume v2 API support just landed in the client this month, I am guessing we need a newer openstack client release. So, I used pip install python-openstackclient --upgrade and got 1.0.6 and this error went away.

To answer your second question, there's a second API and endpoint for block storage, or volumes that can be attached the instance at launch.

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