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difference between ./stack.sh and ./rejoin-stack.sh

asked 2014-01-05 07:40:44 -0500

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updated 2014-01-22 15:12:43 -0500

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When I close my virtual machine on which I have installed devstack, and then I open it again. Should I enter ./stack.sh or ./rejoin-stack.sh. Actually, I don't understand the role of each one.

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sometimes I find that to rejoin session I should write ./rejoin-stack.sh but sometimes it's abut entring screen -x stack ???

www gravatar imagewww ( 2014-01-05 07:44:33 -0500 )edit

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answered 2014-01-05 08:13:54 -0500

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The stack.sh script performs all the software installations and configuration necessary to get OpenStack up and running.

The rejoin-stack.sh script will either (a) reattach to an existing devstack screen session or (b) will restart all the OpenStack services if there is no existing screen session. You can only run rejoin-stack.sh if you have successfully run stack.sh first to install devstack.

See also this question.

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thanks fr your answer Iarsks. But when I write the rejoin-stack.sh command I can not get the prompt back. I begins a long list of execution and I have a redirection to the cinder directory. Is that correct?

www gravatar imagewww ( 2014-01-05 08:40:05 -0500 )edit

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