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Is cloudkitty ready for mikata ?

I tried to setup the cloudkitty at mikata following the http://docs.openstack.org/developer/cloudkitty/installation.html guide . I am running Centos 7 as server distro and the cloudkitty service will run in a different server than the controller . After install and configure I tried to run the cloudkitty -api with error .

ERROR cloudkitty MissingAuthPlugin: An auth plugin is required to determine endpoint URL

Any help regarding this ?

Follwing my cloudkitty.conf

[DEFAULT]

verbose = True

log_dir = /var/log/cloudkitty

auth_strategy = keystone

rpc_backend = rabbit

[database]

connection = mysql+pymysql://cloudkitty:PASSWORD@DBSERVER/cloudkitty

[auth] username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

tenant = service

region = RegionOne

url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

[keystone_authtoken]

auth_uri = http://CONTROLLER:5000

auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:35357

memcached_servers = CONTROLLER:11211

auth_type = password

project_domain_name = default

user_domain_name = default

project_name = service

username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

[service_credentials]

os_auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

os_username = cloudkitty

os_tenant_name = service

os_password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

interface = internalURL

region_name = RegionOne

[keystone_fetcher]

username = admin

password = "ADMPASSWORD"

tenant = admin

region = RegionOne

url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

[oslo_messaging_rabbit]

rabbit_host = oscon02cv

rabbit_userid = openstack

rabbit_password = cloudMQs3nh@

[ceilometer_collector]

username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

tenant = service

region = RegionOne

auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

Is cloudkitty ready for mikata ?

I tried to setup the cloudkitty at mikata following the http://docs.openstack.org/developer/cloudkitty/installation.html guide guide . I am running Centos 7 as server distro and the cloudkitty service will run in a different server than the controller . After install and configure I tried to run the cloudkitty -api with error .

ERROR cloudkitty MissingAuthPlugin: An auth plugin is required to determine endpoint URL 

Any help regarding this ?

Follwing my cloudkitty.conf

[DEFAULT]

[DEFAULT] verbose = True

True log_dir = /var/log/cloudkitty

/var/log/cloudkitty auth_strategy = keystone

keystone rpc_backend = rabbit

[database]

rabbit [database] connection = mysql+pymysql://cloudkitty:PASSWORD@DBSERVER/cloudkitty

mysql+pymysql://cloudkitty:PASSWORD@DBSERVER/cloudkitty [auth] username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

cloudkitty password = "CLOUDPASSWORD" tenant = service

service region = RegionOne

RegionOne url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

[keystone_authtoken]

http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0 [keystone_authtoken] auth_uri = http://CONTROLLER:5000

http://CONTROLLER:5000 auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:35357

http://CONTROLLER:35357 memcached_servers = CONTROLLER:11211

CONTROLLER:11211 auth_type = password

password project_domain_name = default

default user_domain_name = default

default project_name = service

username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

[service_credentials]

service username = cloudkitty password = "CLOUDPASSWORD" [service_credentials] os_auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0 os_username = cloudkitty

cloudkitty os_tenant_name = service

service os_password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

"CLOUDPASSWORD" interface = internalURL

internalURL region_name = RegionOne

[keystone_fetcher]

username = admin

password = "ADMPASSWORD"

RegionOne [keystone_fetcher] username = admin password = "ADMPASSWORD" tenant = admin

admin region = RegionOne

RegionOne url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

[oslo_messaging_rabbit]

http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0 [oslo_messaging_rabbit] rabbit_host = oscon02cv

oscon02cv rabbit_userid = openstack

openstack rabbit_password = cloudMQs3nh@

[ceilometer_collector]

username = cloudkitty

cloudMQs3nh@ [ceilometer_collector] username = cloudkitty password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

tenant = service

service region = RegionOne

RegionOne auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

Is cloudkitty ready for mikata ?

I tried to setup the cloudkitty at mikata following the guide . I am running Centos 7 as server distro and the cloudkitty service will run in a different server than the controller . After install and configure I tried to run the cloudkitty -api with error .

ERROR cloudkitty MissingAuthPlugin: An auth plugin is required to determine endpoint URL 

Any help regarding this ? 

Follwing my cloudkitty.conf 

[DEFAULT]

verbose = True

log_dir = /var/log/cloudkitty

auth_strategy = keystone

rpc_backend = rabbit



[database]

connection = mysql+pymysql://cloudkitty:PASSWORD@DBSERVER/cloudkitty

[auth]
username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

tenant = service

region = RegionOne

url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0


[keystone_authtoken]

auth_uri = http://CONTROLLER:5000

auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:35357

memcached_servers = CONTROLLER:11211

auth_type = password

project_domain_name = default

user_domain_name = default

project_name = service

username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"


[service_credentials]

os_auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0

os_username = cloudkitty

os_tenant_name = service

os_password = "CLOUDPASSWORD"

interface = internalURL

region_name = RegionOne


[keystone_fetcher]

username = admin

password = "ADMPASSWORD"

tenant = admin

region = RegionOne

url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0


[oslo_messaging_rabbit]

rabbit_host = oscon02cv

rabbit_userid = openstack

rabbit_password = cloudMQs3nh@

[ceilometer_collector]

username = cloudkitty

password = "CLOUDPASSWORD" 

tenant = service

region = RegionOne

auth_url = http://CONTROLLER:5000/v2.0