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2015-08-28 04:12:10 -0500 commented answer Does the block storage node also need to run AMQP?

Thanks. That solved the problem. :-)

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2015-08-25 11:18:45 -0500 asked a question volume:create: No valid host was found. No weighed hosts available

Hi all, I have installed Openstack Kilo on Ubuntu 14.04. I have setup controller, block and compute node.

However, I unable to create volumes. cinder-schedular.log on the controller machine shows volume:create: No valid host was found. No weighed hosts available cinder list shows the volume status as error. All the required services are verified up and running.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

2015-08-25 11:18:45 -0500 asked a question Does the block storage node also need to run AMQP?

Hi all, I am installing Openstack Kilo release on Ubuntu 14.04 by following the official guide located http://docs.openstack.org/kilo/install-guide/install/apt/content/cinder-install-controller-node.html (here). I have setup the controller node and everything looks fine. I setup bock storage node and everything looked fine during the setup. However on controller node cinder service-list shows only cinder-schedular running on controller.

After some digging in, I decided to install RabbitMQ on the block storage node too (although the installation guide doesn't mention so) This apparently fixed my problem as now cinder service-list shows cinder-volume running on block1@lvm along with cinder-schedular on controller.

So, my question is does the block storage node also need to run AMQP? Is this a bug in the install guide that it doesn't mention so.

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