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2016-01-22 07:53:30 -0600 commented question Cinder: volume is not local to this node

Solved. This error message was involved by two early created volumes which I turned to remove. They were in deleting state all the time and cinder-volume couldn't start. Now, I have removed stale records from cinder database in controller and my cinder-volume service is UP. Huraaaaaaa!!!!

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2016-01-21 07:52:22 -0600 commented answer Cinder-Volume state down

Haha, what a bullshit - developers forget to create a columns in cinder database table volumes! What a shame! OpenStack has a many such things!

2016-01-21 07:03:07 -0600 commented question How to set up Cinder volumes correctly?

You should "pvcreate /dev/sda" without specify any partitions on it. Not sda1 but sda.

2016-01-21 05:44:38 -0600 commented question cinder-volume not showing in service list

I had the same errors in cinder-volume.log file until in cinder.conf I moved 3 string from oslo_messaging_rabbit section to DEFAULT section. Understand? These three strings: rabbit_host = controller rabbit_userid = openstack rabbit_password = password i moved from [oslo_messaging_rabbit] to [DEFAULT

2016-01-21 01:39:41 -0600 asked a question Cinder: volume is not local to this node

Hello everyone!

I'm stuck at Cinder. When on Controller-node I enter command: $cinder service-list the result is that service "cinder-scheduler" on Controller-node is in UP state and service "cinder-volume" on Cinder-node is in DOWN state.

I'm looking to /var/log/cinder/cinder-volume.log on Cinder-node and see that message: " InvalidVolume: Invalid volume: volume is not local to this node "

What I have done is only early is done all in this chapter "Install and configure a storage node".

Where can be a problem with cinder? And should I create logical volume (lvcreate) on my cinder-volumes group and make an mkfs.ext4 on it?

2016-01-20 10:40:57 -0600 commented answer Where is a successfull OpenStack Liberty implementation?

Wich volumes configuration do you use? With a cinder node?

2016-01-20 10:40:13 -0600 commented answer Where is a successfull OpenStack Liberty implementation?

But without a volumes at all there is an error "the is not host" on trying to launch instance. So I need volume for VMs.

2016-01-20 10:39:15 -0600 commented answer Where is a successfull OpenStack Liberty implementation?

It is a good news for me. Do you know is there any possibility to launch a virtual instance without cinder volumes? I'm stuck with cinder and I want to try to place a VM to local disk of a hypervisor host. But in official documentation doesn't tell about this scenario.

2016-01-20 10:36:18 -0600 commented answer Where is a successfull OpenStack Liberty implementation?

Well, it doesn't. I tried to do it several times already and I'm stuck with cinder.

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2015-12-31 02:07:34 -0600 asked a question Where is a successfull OpenStack Liberty implementation?

Hello everyone!

I want to tell about my experience with implementation and installation in test environment. I have an notebook Lenovo Thinkpad T420s and an OS Debian 8 installed on it. I have used a VMware Workstaion Player 12 to test OpenStack in virtual machines. Inside virtual machines I have used an OS Ubuntu 14.04. OpenStack Liberty. I have successfully installed two core components of OpenStack: Controller (Keystone, Glance, Nova part) and Compute (nova-compute) due manual installation. But when I tried to install a third node - a block storage (Cinder) - I had received an error message in logs: Endpoint does not support RPC version 1.24. This is a point where I am stuck.

But this is a only one particular case from big number of such cases. And in this forum I can see a huge amount of such questions - about 16000. I think that is abnormally. I want to figure out where the problem is? Why such good idea has so many problems in implementations in many people and enthusiasts? Main question: does anybody whenever had an successfull implementation or installation of core OpenStack: Controller, Compute, Block Storage? Or OpenStack is a raw software-constructor and even a development team doesn't know - is it working or not?

2015-12-31 01:45:30 -0600 answered a question Unable to install Openstack from Mirantis 7.0 on VirtulBox 4.3

Don't use a VirtualBox in testing an Openstack - I had variuous set of problems with it. When I start using an VMware Workstation Player 12 on Debian 8 - I could install and run a core of an OpenStack Liberty on Ubuntu 14.04 - Controller node and Compute node.

2015-12-29 02:20:05 -0600 commented question Compute Node - KVM / ESXi Architecture

OpenStack with KVM - is a solution to organize a IAAS environment through several servers with High Availability feature in cluster terms. VitualBox doesn't allow you to deploy a cluster and to manage it effectively. VirtualBox - is for desktops. OpenStack and KVM - are for set of servers.

2015-12-29 02:17:44 -0600 commented question Compute Node - KVM / ESXi Architecture

It is not correct to compare two different type of hypervisors: KVM and VirtualBox. VirtualBox - is a desktop hypervisor of type 2 - useful only when user logged on its desktop. KVM - is a server hypervisor type 1 - useful in servers when you don't need to logon on server.

2015-12-27 22:49:05 -0600 answered a question Endpoint does not support RPC

I have same problem with cinder at Liberty release. I have installed chrony as a NTP-server but it not helped me. Why and what can to do to resolve the issue?