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FATAL: Arch 'amd64' in 'trusty/universe' doesn't exist

asked 2016-04-05 03:38:13 -0500

gwyndiion gravatar image

Trying to deploy a brand new Fuel OpenStack (Mirantis 7.0)

Fuel has been deployed ok, and now running through the create a mirror process.

mos updates are created ok, it is just the ubuntu updates.

The error logs for the fuel-createmirror output

Fetching '/dists/trusty/Release' to '/var/www/nailgun/ubuntu-full/dists/trusty/' with params ''...OK
Fetching '/dists/trusty/Release.gpg' to '/var/www/nailgun/ubuntu-full/dists/trusty/' with params ''...OK
 * DEBUG: Got Release file '/var/www/nailgun/ubuntu-full/dists/trusty/Release'
 * DEBUG: Calculating arches/components to fetch from dist
 * DEBUG: Adding debian-installer 'main/debian-installer'
 * ERROR: Not found debian-installer at 'multiverse/debian-installer'
 * DEBUG: Adding debian-installer 'universe/debian-installer'
 * DEBUG: Will fetch binary components: main multiverse universe main/debian-installer universe/debian-installer
 * INFO: Fetching component 'main' binary package lists
 * INFO: Fetching component 'multiverse' binary package lists
 * INFO: Fetching component 'universe' binary package lists
 * INFO: Fetching component 'main/debian-installer' binary package lists
 * FATAL: Arch 'amd64' in 'trusty/main/debian-installer' doesn't exist
 * FATAL: Creation of Ubuntu mirror FAILED, check logs at /var/log/mirror-sync

It kinda sounds like this : (, but there is no resolution to this ticket for the initial FATAL error.

Any thoughts on how to get around this ?

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answered 2016-04-05 08:36:48 -0500

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Interestingly, the 'fuel-bootstrap-image' command was able to successfully download updates from the default ubuntu mirror, without a problem.

Answering my own question, but it looks like the default download mirror of may be the very problem. Or at least an interaction with

My servers at in Ottawa, Canada, so latency is not an issue.

I updated the /opt/fuel-createmirror-7.0/config/common.cfg file to point to a different ubuntu archive, and reran the "fuel-createmirror -U" process, and it picked up the files first time. grrr

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Last updated: Apr 05 '16