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### How does nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service get to run?

When I deployed a baremetal node under the manual, I didn't get it worked. I have checked the /tftpboot directory and the kernel and ramdisk have been downloaded successfully, and in nova/instance the image can also be found. I can't see any error message in the nova-compute log. But the machine which the baremetal node is deployed got the error like this 'PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. ... Operating System not found' after it is reset. And from 'nova list' I found the instance state is stopped at 'BUILD', doesn't change to 'DEPLOY'. I looked up the manual and noticed the nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service is responsible for the deployment. But my nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service didn't run. Even I start it manually, nothing changed. I want to know how to make nova-baremetal-deploy-helper run itself, did I miss something in the configuraton? I am using the latest openstack source on Ubuntu 12.04. Any reply will be appreciated.

### How does nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service get to run?

When I deployed a baremetal node under the manual, I didn't get it worked. worked.
I have checked the /tftpboot directory and the kernel and ramdisk have been downloaded successfully, and in nova/instance the image can also be found. I can't see any error message in the nova-compute log. But the machine which the baremetal node is deployed got the error like this 'PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. ... Operating System not found' after it is reset. And from 'nova list' I found the instance state is stopped at 'BUILD', doesn't change to 'DEPLOY'. I looked up the manual and noticed the nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service is responsible for the deployment. But my nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service didn't run. Even I start it manually, nothing changed. I want to know how to make nova-baremetal-deploy-helper run itself, did I miss something in the configuraton? I am using the latest openstack source on Ubuntu 12.04. Any reply will be appreciated.

### How does nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service get to run?

When I deployed a baremetal node under the manual, I didn't get it worked.
I have checked the /tftpboot directory and the kernel and ramdisk have been downloaded successfully, and in nova/instance the image can also be found. I can't see any error message in the nova-compute log. log.
But the machine which the baremetal node is deployed got the error like this 'PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. ... Operating System not found' after it is reset. reset.
And from 'nova list' I found the instance state is stopped at 'BUILD', doesn't change to 'DEPLOY'. 'DEPLOY'.
I looked up the manual and noticed the nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service is responsible for the deployment.
But my nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service didn't run. Even I start it manually, nothing changed. changed.
I want to know how to make nova-baremetal-deploy-helper run itself, did I miss something in the configuraton? configuraton?
I am using the latest openstack source on Ubuntu 12.04. 12.04.

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### How does nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service get to run?

When I deployed a baremetal node under the manual, I didn't get it worked.
to work. I have checked the /tftpboot directory and the kernel and ramdisk have been downloaded successfully, and in nova/instance the image can also be found. I can't see any error message in the nova-compute log.

But the machine which the baremetal node is deployed got the error like this 'PXE-E61: PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. ... Operating System not found' found after it is reset.

And from 'nova list' I found the instance state is stopped at 'BUILD', doesn't change to 'DEPLOY'.
I looked up the manual and noticed the nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service is responsible for the deployment.
But my nova-baremetal-deploy-helper service didn't run. Even I start it manually, nothing changed.
I want to know how to make nova-baremetal-deploy-helper run itself, did I miss something in the configuraton?
I am using the latest openstack source on Ubuntu 12.04.