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2016-12-08 18:01:04 -0600 answered a question Passwords not generating & Kolla not deploying correctly

kolla-genpwd will populate the passwords.yml file present in the /etc/kolla directory. Before running the kolla-genpwd command, copy the passwords.yml file from kolla/etc/kolla directory to /etc/kolla directory.

Why is the container deployed called "kolla/centos-binary-heka:3.0.0" when I specifically set globals.yml to "Ubuntu"? (is deployment ignoring my settings?)

Answer:

Make sure the base distro is changed to ubuntu in the kolla_build.conf file as well. By default, the base in the kolla_build.conf file is centos.

2016-12-08 17:43:24 -0600 answered a question kolla build images for new config

/etc/kolla/globals.yml is used for deployment by kolla-ansible and not by kolla during building of images. You do not need to re-build your images.

Destroy your deployment and re-deploy the containers.

2016-12-08 17:39:07 -0600 answered a question kolla multinode deployment issue with http+docker://localunixsocket/v1.24/images/create

The insecure registry option should be added to all hosts in your setup.

2016-12-08 17:35:14 -0600 answered a question Yet another "Can't ping my VM instance!" Now with Openstack Kolla over AWS

You need a second NIC on the Controller node for external_network_interface used by neutron.

2016-12-08 12:15:33 -0600 answered a question Kolla-build: command not found

I would like to add that the tox.ini file is in the kolla directory if you have cloned the kolla repo. The command tox -e genconfig should be run from the kolla directory.

cd kolla pip install tox tox -e genconfig

The kolla-build.conf file is located in kolla/etc/kolla directory if you have cloned the kolla repo.

2016-12-08 12:15:32 -0600 answered a question kolla : unable to build images

kolla builds container images for deploying containers for various openstack services . kolla-ansible uses ansible playbooks to deploy these containers which run the openstack services.

Also, we are not building containers. We are building images using kolla which are used by kolla-ansible to run containers.

Few pointers:

Make sure the base and type is same while building and deploying images. (i.e in build.conf and globals.yml) Make sure you use two NICs on the hosts. Also, the kolla_internal_vip_address must be unique in your network. Once openstack is deployed, the various openstack service endpoints can be accessed using this IP.