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Keystone Unable to parse connection string: "["10.29.120.144:11211"" (HTTP 500)

Hi,

I am using Havana and trying to setup a controller node. When I execute ...

 # /usr/bin/keystone --os-username=admin --os-auth-url http://10.29.120.144:35357/v2.0/ token-get
OS Password:

... I get this error:

Authorization Failed: An unexpected error prevented the server from fulfilling your request. Unable to parse connection string: "["10.29.120.144:11211"" (HTTP 500)

I believe I am using the correct password. I do not understand the error message I am getting. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Keystone Unable to parse connection string: "["10.29.120.144:11211"" (HTTP 500)

Hi,

I am using Havana and trying to setup a controller node. When I execute ...

 # /usr/bin/keystone --os-username=admin --os-auth-url http://10.29.120.144:35357/v2.0/ token-get
OS Password:

... I get this error:

Authorization Failed: An unexpected error prevented the server from fulfilling your request. Unable to parse connection string: "["10.29.120.144:11211"" (HTTP 500)

I believe I am using the correct password. I do not understand the error message I am getting. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Update: Here's what I see in my configs ...

# cd /etc
# find . -exec grep "10.29.120.144:11211" {} \;
        'LOCATION': 10.29.120.144:11211,10.29.120.144:11211,
memcached_servers = ["10.29.120.144:11211", "10.29.120.145:11211"]
servers = ["10.29.120.144:11211", "10.29.120.145:11211"]
# find . -exec grep -l "10.29.120.144:11211" {} \;
./openstack-dashboard/local_settings
./nova/nova.conf
./keystone/keystone.conf