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2016-01-07 03:57:51 -0600 answered a question Neutron.conf file modifcation through Fuel 5.1.1 yaml file

I found the answer to my own question at https://docs.mirantis.com/openstack/fuel/fuel-7.0/operations.html#creating-and-configuring-ml2-drivers-for-neutron (https://docs.mirantis.com/openstack/f...)

2016-01-07 03:39:03 -0600 asked a question Neutron.conf file modifcation through Fuel 5.1.1 yaml file

I've been able to modify the ml2_conf.ini by modifying the deployment yaml file for the controller and then deploying the environment. I presume that modifying the neutron.conf file on the controller must also be possible but I can't find where to do this. Specifically I'm trying to change the "core_plugin" and "service_plugins" parameters.

2016-01-06 02:09:28 -0600 commented answer Fuel 5.1.1/Openstack install in Virtualbox - Astute log "Error running RPC method deploy: Disabling the upload of disk image because glance was not installed properly"

The error occurs when using Puppet module that I created and is called as part if Fuel's deployment of Openstack, module code at http://pastebin.com/Vgdgx7xL. A slightly different one doesn't cause the issue,http://pastebin.com/jLn3t5WY. How can this prevent glance being installed?

2016-01-05 22:22:04 -0600 commented answer Fuel 5.1.1/Openstack install in Virtualbox - Astute log "Error running RPC method deploy: Disabling the upload of disk image because glance was not installed properly"

[root@node-24 ~]# netstat -ntlp | grep 9292 [root@node-24 ~]# service glance-registry restart glance-registry: unrecognized service [root@node-24 ~]# service glance-api restart glance-api: unrecognized service I guess glance was never installed. How to see what happened?

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2016-01-04 00:04:54 -0600 commented answer Unable to install Openstack from Mirantis 7.0 on VirtulBox 4.3

My question is about running Mirantis Fuel 7.0 in VirtualBox.

2016-01-03 06:06:04 -0600 commented answer Push neutron.conf configuration via Fuel 5.1.1

That's for an old version of Fuel. The URL implies it's for Folsome. Is this relevant for version 5.1.1?

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2015-12-31 04:44:32 -0600 asked a question Push neutron.conf configuration via Fuel 5.1.1

I've found that it is possible to push via Fuel (version 5.1.1) configuration options for ml2_conf.ini into the controller host.yaml file (as described in Fuel documentation). I'm unable to find how to push a similar configuration file change to neutron.conf (to change core_plugin) can anyone point me in the right direction?

2015-12-31 03:03:09 -0600 asked a question Package installation on controller using Fuel 5.1.1

I'm trying to work out how to install some packages on the controller using Fuel 5.1.1 but not on any other nodes. I want to install a RPM and a Python module on CentOS. I've successfully installed the packages on the controller using yum and pip with the package installed by yum needing to be copied from the Fuel master as it's not in a repo. I think that I need to modify/create a new Puppet module for this but I'm not sure how to start on this. The documentation on https://docs.mirantis.com/fuel/fuel-5.1/operations.html#adding-new-modules (https://docs.mirantis.com/fuel/fuel-5...) isn't terribly clear to a Puppet newby. Can anyone offer some help or specific guides that I can try and follow?

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2015-12-28 02:00:11 -0600 commented question Unable to install Openstack from Mirantis 7.0 on VirtulBox 4.3

The requested outputs are at http://pastebin.com/bY7KP83b

2015-12-27 21:05:28 -0600 asked a question Unable to install Openstack from Mirantis 7.0 on VirtulBox 4.3

I am attempting to install Openstack from Mirantis Fuel 7.0 in VirtualBox.

I've used the VirtualBox scripts to install Fuel and create slave VMs. The installation starts fine with the host OS (CentOS) installed fine. At some point while Openstack is being rolled onto the slaves the installation fails with the fuel dashboard saying "Deployment has failed. Method granular_deploy. Failed to execute hook 'puppet' Puppet run failed".

Astute has the following as its last log message.

[559] Error running RPC method granular_deploy: Failed to execute hook 'puppet' Puppet run failed. Check puppet logs for details --- priority: 200 fail_on_error: true type: puppet uids: - '8' parameters: puppet_modules: "/etc/puppet/modules" puppet_manifest: "/etc/puppet/modules/osnailyfacter/modular/ntp/ntp-check.pp" timeout: 600 cwd: "/" , trace: ["/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/nailgun_hooks.rb:59:in `block in process'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/nailgun_hooks.rb:26:in `each'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/nailgun_hooks.rb:26:in `process'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/deployment_engine/granular_deployment.rb:221:in `post_deployment_actions'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/deployment_engine.rb:75:in `deploy'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/orchestrator.rb:179:in `deploy_cluster'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/orchestrator.rb:45:in `granular_deploy'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/dispatcher.rb:91:in `granular_deploy'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/server.rb:146:in `dispatch_message'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/server.rb:107:in `block in dispatch'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/task_queue.rb:64:in `call'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/task_queue.rb:64:in `block in each'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/task_queue.rb:56:in `each'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/task_queue.rb:56:in `each'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/server.rb:105:in `each_with_index'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/server.rb:105:in `dispatch'", "/usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/astute-7.0.0/lib/astute/server/server.rb:89:in `block in perform_main_job'"]

Mirantis Fuel has the latest available patches. The host OS of VirtualBox is Ubuntu 14.04. VirtualBox version is 4.3.34.

2015-12-24 00:37:15 -0600 asked a question Howto install ML2 plugin in Mirantis 5.1.1

Is it possible to automate the process of Neutron ML2 plugin installation with Fuel in Mirantis 5.1.1 such that environments do not have to have whatever extra packages installed duing installations?

When installed manually on the controller with CentOS 6.5 as host OS a rpm for the Juniper ML2 plugin (v2.3 supports Icehouse)and ncclient python package need to be installed. With Ubuntu 12.04 something similar is required. I'd like to find a way of doing this installation automatically.

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2015-12-06 21:20:30 -0600 commented answer How to remove offline nodes from Fuel 5.1.1

Thanks! That commands deletes the nodes with the response.

[root@fuel5 ~]# fuel node --node-id 2 --delete-from-db
Nodes with id [2] has been deleted from fuel db.
You should still delete node from cobbler
2015-12-06 21:17:24 -0600 asked a question Fuel 5.1.1/Openstack install in Virtualbox - Astute log "Error running RPC method deploy: Disabling the upload of disk image because glance was not installed properly"

I am attempting to install a 2 node cloud instance, single controller and single compute in VirtualBox with Fuel 5.1.1. I get the error "Error running RPC method deploy: Disabling the upload of disk image because glance was not installed properly". The host OS is Ubuntu. Each VM (including Fuel) gettings 2GB RAM & 1 vCPU. The error appears on one node only, the controller successfully installs but the compute install fails with this error. Any idea where this error could be coming from?

2015-12-05 10:08:51 -0600 commented answer MirantisOpenStack-7.0.iso md5sum mismatch

From a colleague.

2015-12-04 04:14:57 -0600 commented answer MirantisOpenStack-7.0.iso md5sum mismatch

I think the file was corrupted. I obtained it from another source and followed the same installation procedure and successfully installed Fuel.

2015-12-04 04:12:52 -0600 asked a question How to remove offline nodes from Fuel 5.1.1

Is there a procedure for the removal from Fuel 5.1.1 of offline nodes that have failed and been removed and will never be added back.

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2015-12-01 03:23:49 -0600 asked a question Confusion about Fuel & ML2/Neutron plugins

I read in Fuel Operations Guide that it is possible to configureML2 mechanism drivers for Neutron by adding ML2 configuration data to the quantum_settings section of the node.yaml file. I think node.yaml is a symbolic name for something else. I've tried to add what I think are the appropriate lines (as below) under "quantum_settings" in /etc/fuel/astute.yaml on the fuel master however on creation of an environment I don't see the mechanism driver added to /etc/neutron/plugins/ml2/ml2_conf.ini or the service to /etc/neutron/neutron.conf.

quantum_settings:
  server:
    service_plugins:
        'neutron.services.juniper_l3_router.dmi.l3.JuniperL3Plugin'
  L2:
    provider:'ml2'
    mechanism_drivers: 'openvswitch,juniper'

I'm using Mirantis 5.1.1 on VirtualBox.

2015-12-01 00:25:37 -0600 answered a question MirantisOpenStack-7.0.iso md5sum mismatch

I'm getting the same issue with the same iso image. I've downloaded the iso using different machines and browsers and always get the wrong md5 checksum, which is the same as ammini is getting.

I'm downloaded from the Mirantis website. I'm located in India and IE tells me that it downloaded the iso from 9f2b43d3ab92f886c3f0-e8d43ffad23ec549234584e5c62a6e24.r60.cf1<dot>rackcdn<dot>com.

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2015-12-01 00:22:31 -0600 commented answer MirantisOpenStack-7.0.iso md5sum mismatch

To be clear, I'm downloading from the Mirantis website. I'm located in India and IE tells me that it downloaded the iso from http://9f2b43d3ab92f886c3f0-e8d43ffad23ec549234584e5c62a6e24.r60.cf1.rackcdn.com (9f2b43d3ab92f886c3f0-e8d43ffad23ec549...).

2015-12-01 00:17:20 -0600 answered a question MirantisOpenStack-7.0.iso md5sum mismatch

I'm getting the same issue with the same iso image. I've downloaded the iso using different machines and browsers and always get the wrong md5 checksum, which is the same as ammini is getting.

I'm downloaded from the Mirantis website. I'm located in India and IE tells me that it downloaded the iso from http://9f2b43d3ab92f886c3f0-e8d43ffad23ec549234584e5c62a6e24.r60.cf1.rackcdn.com (http://9f2b43d3ab92f886c3f0-e8d43ffad...) (9f2b43d3ab92f886c3f0-e8d43ffad23ec549...).

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2015-10-09 00:55:36 -0600 asked a question Remote compute nodes from controller/network

I'm new to Openstack and have been wondering whether an Openstack topology is possible where compute and controller nodes are separated by a layer-3 network? The point of the exercise would be to deploy Openstack compute nodes as (potentially light-weight) CPE with the controller/network node being centralised. Has anyone tried this and have any recipes they've got or advice that could be shared?