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magnum fedora-atomic no available network renderers found

Hi, I have been struggling getting kubernetes cluster deployed using magnum and the cluster timeout I noticed below in the cloud-init-output.log of the deployed minion/master

"stages.py[ERROR]: Unable to render networking. Network config is likely broken: No available network renderers found. Searched through list: ['eni', 'sysconfig', 'netplan'] ."

I am using latest fedora-atomic ( version 29, which has cloun-init version 17.1) and openstack rocky

I was thinking of trying a different image but before I go that route I am hoping someone can either suggest an image that works or a way to fix current one

Any help/hint would be greatly appreciated

magnum fedora-atomic no available network renderers found

Hi, I have been struggling getting kubernetes cluster deployed using magnum and the cluster timeout I noticed below in the cloud-init-output.log of the deployed minion/master

"stages.py[ERROR]: Unable to render networking. Network config is likely broken: No available network renderers found. Searched through list: ['eni', 'sysconfig', 'netplan'] ."

I am using latest fedora-atomic ( version 29, which has cloun-init version 17.1) and openstack rocky

I was thinking of trying a different image but before I go that route I am hoping someone can either suggest an image that works or a way to fix current one

Any help/hint would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for taking the trouble to respond Using Fedora-AtomicHost-28-20180806.0.x86_64.qcow2 got rid of the network issue but I am running into a certificate one now " creating self-signed certificates: open /var/run/kubernetes/apiserver.crt: permission denied" Looks like there are a few documented bugs about it https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/magnum/+bug/1809254 (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+so...) https://bugs.launchpad.net/magnum/+bug/1714880 (https://bugs.launchpad.net/magnum/+bu...)

any ideas / suggestions will be appreciated Note Ill try to start a cluster with TLS enabled

Steven