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Where is a successfull OpenStack Liberty implementation?

asked 2015-12-31 02:07:34 -0500

Ramirezkiv gravatar image

Hello everyone!

I want to tell about my experience with implementation and installation in test environment. I have an notebook Lenovo Thinkpad T420s and an OS Debian 8 installed on it. I have used a VMware Workstaion Player 12 to test OpenStack in virtual machines. Inside virtual machines I have used an OS Ubuntu 14.04. OpenStack Liberty. I have successfully installed two core components of OpenStack: Controller (Keystone, Glance, Nova part) and Compute (nova-compute) due manual installation. But when I tried to install a third node - a block storage (Cinder) - I had received an error message in logs: Endpoint does not support RPC version 1.24. This is a point where I am stuck.

But this is a only one particular case from big number of such cases. And in this forum I can see a huge amount of such questions - about 16000. I think that is abnormally. I want to figure out where the problem is? Why such good idea has so many problems in implementations in many people and enthusiasts? Main question: does anybody whenever had an successfull implementation or installation of core OpenStack: Controller, Compute, Block Storage? Or OpenStack is a raw software-constructor and even a development team doesn't know - is it working or not?

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answered 2016-01-01 00:50:47 -0500

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updated 2016-01-01 00:56:02 -0500

I am running two OpenStack Liberty deployments on Ubuntu 14.04: One in a fully virtualized environment based on vSphere 5.5, the other is a HA deployment based on physical machines and an NFS shared storage. I had a lot of trouble getting things working, but both installations make a good job so far. We are planning to use Tempest for validation, hopefully we get the suite running.

The most critical remaining issue is this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/nova/+bug/...

The problem has been fixed, but not released until now.

Don't give up! Post your problems and the community will help you. Without more details, I can only give you the confidence that Liberty is definitely working.

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It is a good news for me. Do you know is there any possibility to launch a virtual instance without cinder volumes? I'm stuck with cinder and I want to try to place a VM to local disk of a hypervisor host. But in official documentation doesn't tell about this scenario.

Ramirezkiv gravatar imageRamirezkiv ( 2016-01-20 10:39:15 -0500 )edit

But without a volumes at all there is an error "the is not host" on trying to launch instance. So I need volume for VMs.

Ramirezkiv gravatar imageRamirezkiv ( 2016-01-20 10:40:13 -0500 )edit
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answered 2015-12-31 06:09:56 -0500

VonGoofy gravatar image

I have a production installation of Openstack Liberty running in a multi-node environment. Even the basic setup in official documentation should work out of the box if you follow it.

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Well, it doesn't. I tried to do it several times already and I'm stuck with cinder.

Ramirezkiv gravatar imageRamirezkiv ( 2016-01-20 10:36:18 -0500 )edit

Wich volumes configuration do you use? With a cinder node?

Ramirezkiv gravatar imageRamirezkiv ( 2016-01-20 10:40:57 -0500 )edit

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