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error: Could not find binary nova-compute on host ... when disabling nova-compute

asked 2013-12-30 20:29:09 -0500

mfischer gravatar image

I'm trying to disable a compute node and I keep getting this error. I'm on Ubuntu server 12.04 + grizzly. Here's the syntax and error:

admin@control02:~$ sudo nova-manage --debug service disable --host=compute02.foo.com --service=nova-compute
error: Could not find binary nova-compute on host compute02.foo.com

I've tried disabling several nodes just to be sure it wasn't the one offline one causing issues.

As far as I see I don't have any path issues on the compute nodes, nova-compute is in the path (/usr/bin)

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answered 2013-12-31 12:36:23 -0500

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Is compute02.foo.com the same host that is listed when you run nova-manage service list? The FQDN of hosts must be the same as what service list outputs.

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That was it. nova service list did NOT have the FQDN, so just listing compute02 solved it!

mfischer gravatar imagemfischer ( 2013-12-31 13:59:10 -0500 )edit

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