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2016-04-14 11:25:17 -0500 asked a question VPNaaS for Fuel 8.0

Does anyone know if there will be a VPNaaS plugin released for Fuel 8.0, or if I can even add VPNaaS to a Openstack Liberty cloud after it's been deployed?


2016-04-04 18:08:21 -0500 commented question Windows updates stuck

We are seeing the same issue with our freshly installed Windows 7 image with SP1 slipstreamed into the ISO. We are also using the latest stable virtio drivers.

2016-03-24 13:04:51 -0500 answered a question Problem with Fuel healthchecks and Murano

This really isn't an answer, but apparently I had some much deeper issues with the openstack deployment than I had originally thought. I ended up re-deploying the environment using Fuel 8 and the murano is working just fine on the new environment.

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2016-03-05 02:54:35 -0500 asked a question Problem with Fuel healthchecks and Murano


I just recently setup an openstack environment with Fuel 7.0MU2. Everything so far has been working well, except when I tried to deploy an Apache environment with Murano via Horizon. The deployment failed with a timeout error, so I deleted it and tried with a Docker container app and the same thing. So I then removed both environments and tried again (thinking I was doing something wrong) and tried to deploy Wordpress and that failed with a [exceptions.IOError]: Socket closed message in the deployment logs.

So then I went back to the Fuel GUI and ran a health check on the entire environment and the murano deployment related checks failed (the service check passed so it's running). I noticed that all the packages and images I loaded were in my personal tenant, and I read in the Fuel operations guide that they need to be in the admin tenant. So I removed all the packages/images from my tenant and loaded them in the admin one, reran the tests and the same ones failed. The error message is:

Environment has incorrect status deploy failure . Please refer to OpenStack logs for more details.

I poked around in the logs in the Fuel GUI and also checked the ostf logs on the fuel master node but I can't find the smoking gun. I also googled around and saw that these errors are usually related to rabbitmq, but those services appear to be running on all three controllers via corosync.

Is there something else that I should be checking to troubleshoot these errors?

Thanks in advance.