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2015-11-27 05:52:14 -0500 commented answer Hii we are using mirantis 6.1 version and we have setup the openstack environment and we have done this setup in virtual box and we are not getting the internet for the vm's which we had created in the openstack.

In my case the problem is because i want the controller and compute nodes to be hidden from external network as i had DHCP server conflict during Fuel deployment.

2015-11-27 05:50:06 -0500 commented answer Hii we are using mirantis 6.1 version and we have setup the openstack environment and we have done this setup in virtual box and we are not getting the internet for the vm's which we had created in the openstack.

Hi,

I use the same set up as yours and had the similar problem.... I added a route in controller and compute nodes with the default gateway as Fuel (admin network) and masqueraded the Fuel external interface for internet

2015-11-27 05:37:22 -0500 commented answer heat template - create instance, attach cinder volume, use it as LVM

Hi Jayaprakash,

I am working on pushing scripts to VM while boot up. I used the link cirros-hello-world.yaml that you mentioned. Heat stack created successfully but there is no effect of the script on cirros. There is no file created. Could you please give me some advice

2015-11-26 09:54:47 -0500 commented answer Running a python script in Heat to configure VNF

I am facing the same problem with debian based vyatta vrouter. I am using it as a VNF. but user-data does not execute on it as well. Please advice for an alternative if any

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2015-11-26 06:34:16 -0500 commented answer Running a python script in Heat to configure VNF

Hi,

Thank you so much for your help. I executed the commands you mentioned.First 2 commands executed successfully.. Third command (cirros-query get user-data) gave the output no datasource. Please advice

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2015-11-25 03:20:22 -0500 commented answer Can Heat run a script after the VM(s) are successfully booted?

Hi, I am trying to run the script in the similar way you explained but it does not take effect. Could you please advice on what the problem might be ?

This is my script: !/bin/bash echo "Hello World" > /tmp/test.txt

I checked console logs and never found these lines getting executed

2015-11-24 08:33:10 -0500 asked a question Running a python script in Heat to configure VNF

Hi,

I could create networks with VM/VNF's using Heat. I came across a link where we can use scripts to configure the VM on boot up. I used horizon to try boot config. I wrote a simple script to create a file (in post-creation tab - while launching an instance) in cirros on boot up but it shows no effect.

#!/bin/bash
echo "Hello World" > /tmp/test.txt

Could someone please let me know the solution? Also, could someone please share a sample python script for boot config ?

2015-11-20 03:13:40 -0500 asked a question Login to the instance (or VNF) and configure it using Heat

Hi,

I can build a network with instance using Heat templates but i would like to configure the instance that was created using Heat. Could someone please let me know whether we can configure the instance by using Heat or someother way instead of manual login ?

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2015-10-01 10:46:42 -0500 asked a question Verify networks in Fuel failed due to 2 DHCP servers

Hi,

I have 2 phsical NIC`s in each of my following nodes. 1. Fuel master (eth0 - external access, eth1 - ÀDMIN(PXE))

  1. Controller node (eth0 - Public network/external access (untaggged), eth1 - ADMIN(untagged), Storage (tagged), Mgmt(tagged))

  2. Compute node (eth0 - Public network/external access(untagged), eth1 - ADMIN(untagged), Storage (tagged), Mgmt(tagged)).

When i clicked verify networks in Fuel, it failed because i have 2 DHCP servers (one is my router which is connected to internet and other is FUEL). I don have any administrative rights to disable DHCP server in my router. Kindly provide some adivce to solve this problem.

Thanks in advance!!!

2015-10-01 10:46:42 -0500 asked a question Lost connection with controller node during openstack installation using fuel deployment

Hi,

I installed Fuel using multi node (no HA) deployment and PXE booted my controller,compute nodes. Verify network was succesfull.After which when i clicked deploy changes, centos got installed in both the nodes. During openstack installation in controller node, I lost connection with controller node via admin network. I am using controller node as a virtual machine in virtualbox.

I have only one interface in my controller node in which I have admin network connected to physical port of my controller node and other networks (private,public,storage and management) connected using VLAN. Also, I dont have internet connectivity in Controller node. Internet connectivity is only available in Fuel.

Controller node networks:

*Admin network (PXE, eth0) - 10.4.16.0/21

Public network (eth0.100) - 172.16.0.0/24

Mgmt network(eth0.101) - 192.168.0.0/24

Storage network(eth0.102)- 192.168.1.0/24 My default gateway is 10.4.16.1*

Fuel master networks:

Admin network (PXE,eth0) - 10.4.16.0/21

External network (eth1) - 192.168.0.0/16

After the openstack installation started, my default gateway was changed to 172.16.0.1 and i lost connectivity with Fuel. But i have admin ip set in br-fw-admin interface (but not able to ping Fuel via admin network). Could anyone please give some advice to solve this problem. Also, please let me know whether its mandatory for controller node to have internet access ?

Thanks in advance!!!