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2016-04-12 07:11:11 -0600 answered a question Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

Hi yprokule's,

I did lot of debugging and found network_incoming_packets_rate and network_outgoing_packet_rate metric not supported by vSphere inspector. I checked for KVM and i can see all network related metric like: site-packages/ceilometer/compute/virt/libvirt/inspector.py dom_stats = domain.interfaceStats(name) stats = virt_inspector.InterfaceStats(rx_bytes=dom_stats[0], rx_packets=dom_stats[1], tx_bytes=dom_stats[4], tx_packets=dom_stats[5])

For Vmware-> site-packages/ceilometer/compute/virt/vmware/inspector.py stats = virt_inspector.InterfaceRateStats(rx_bytes_rate, tx_bytes_rate)

Please help here because in openstack doc its clearly mention packet rate metric supported for Vmware but in python code its missing.

2016-04-12 04:31:43 -0600 commented answer Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

Thanks for your help i can not see option to post complete pipeline.yaml so i only posted network related part

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2016-04-12 04:25:50 -0600 answered a question Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

sources: - name: meter_source interval: 60 meters: - "*" sinks: - meter_sink - name: cpu_source interval: 600 meters: - "cpu" sinks: - cpu_sink - name: disk_source interval: 600 meters: - "disk.read.bytes" - "disk.read.requests" - "disk.write.bytes" - "disk.write.requests" sinks: - disk_sink - name: network_source interval: 60 meters: - "network.incoming.bytes" - "network.incoming.packets" - "network.outgoing.bytes" - "network.outgoing.packets"

  sinks:
      - network_sink

sinks: - name: meter_sink transformers: publishers: - notifier:// - name: cpu_sink transformers: - name: "rate_of_change" parameters: target: name: "cpu_util" unit: "%" type: "gauge" scale: "100.0 / (10**9 * (resource_metadata.cpu_number or 1))" publishers: - notifier:// - name: disk_sink transformers: - name: "rate_of_change" parameters: source: map_from: name: "disk\.(read|write)\.(bytes|requests)" unit: "(B|request)" target: map_to: name: "disk.\1.\2.rate" unit: "\1/s" type: "gauge" publishers: - notifier:// - name: network_sink transformers: - name: "rate_of_change" parameters: source: map_from: name: "network\.(incoming|outgoing)\.(bytes|packets)" unit: "(B|packet)" target: map_to: name: "network.\1.\2.rate" unit: "\1/s" type: "gauge" publishers: - notifier://

2016-04-12 04:02:04 -0600 commented answer Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

target: map_to: name: "network.\1.\2.rate" unit: "\1/s" type: "gauge"

2016-04-12 04:01:51 -0600 commented answer Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?
  • name: network_sink transformers: - name: "rate_of_change" parameters: source: map_from: name: "network\.(incoming|outgoing)\.(bytes|packets)" unit: "(B|packet)"
2016-04-12 04:01:30 -0600 commented answer Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?
  • name: network_source interval: 60 meters: - "network.incoming.bytes" - "network.incoming.packets" - "network.outgoing.bytes" - "network.outgoing.packet
2016-04-11 01:30:52 -0600 asked a question Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

I have setup where I have configured two compute node, one for KVM and one for VMWare. I am able to get "network.incoming.packets.rate" meters for KVM using ceilometer api but not for VMware. Does Openstack provides statastics for "network.incoming.packets.rate" meter for VMWare instance using ceilometer api?

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2016-01-12 13:59:27 -0600 answered a question Kolla: Nova-compute: Permission denied: /var/lib/nova/instances

Option1: cd /var/lib/ chown -R nova:nova nova

Option2: chmod -R 777 nova

2016-01-12 13:54:49 -0600 answered a question Internal Server Error when access horizon kilo

hi,give more details,if you are getting this error while tried to open horizon or dashboad UI ,simply disable firewall and then try.

2016-01-12 13:48:14 -0600 commented answer Keystone Commands don't work !

for IP and port if you check /etc/nova/nova.conf you can see all IP and port for each module.

2016-01-12 13:45:39 -0600 answered a question Keystone Commands don't work !

if you used RDO you can find keystonerc_admin under /root ,just source it as eduardo told and re-execute keystone service command. if you are using devstack prepare a file and add all required variable and execute it.

2016-01-12 13:36:51 -0600 commented answer How to add Vmware Vcenter or Esxi host to openstack

RDO->https://www.rdoproject.org/install/adding-a-compute-node/ use RDO for installing and adding more compute node it will ask all details just give your vcenter details. go step by step,you will get ur vcenter added. if still face any problem please let me know.

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2016-01-11 15:28:03 -0600 answered a question stack.sh not working

yum -y update and then try.

2016-01-11 15:24:46 -0600 answered a question Calculate cpu utilization of a complete host ?

you need to work on correct compute monitor only and specify in /etc/nova/nova.conf and restart nova and ceilometer service and check collector logs.

2016-01-11 15:20:17 -0600 answered a question Not able to launch instance in Icehouse

is your host attached to host aggregate?

2016-01-11 15:18:02 -0600 answered a question Run Open Stack !

albert there is 2 options either using RDO or devstack.both are good.

2016-01-11 15:14:27 -0600 answered a question how to restart service

let me tell complete steps:

(Note:Use vncserver or Xmanager)

  • First cd to folder devstack

  • You can find the file ./rejoin_stack.sh

  • Execute the same.

  • It will be executed and screen will be opened for access.

  • press ctrl + a + shift + "

  • Then it will be listing the running services

  • can move to service which needs to be stopped by scrolling towards it.

  • on the service which is needs to be stopped press enter

  • then press ctrl + c , it will stop the service

  • then press up arrow key to run the service again

  • service will be restarted successfully.

2016-01-11 15:10:21 -0600 answered a question API call to fetch all tenants

Try this one as well,it will work: { "auth":{ "passwordCredentials":{ "username":"admin", "password":"password" }, "tenantName":"admin" } }

2016-01-11 14:56:57 -0600 answered a question Instance Launching Issue in Openstack - No Valid Host was found

its generic issue sometime,restart all complete service

2016-01-11 14:49:05 -0600 answered a question How to add Vmware Vcenter or Esxi host to openstack

ranveer if you are able to configure Vmware vcenter using above doc link that will be good if not let me know i will help.

2016-01-11 14:33:51 -0600 answered a question nova-api did not start

restart complete service: systemctl restart openstack-nova-consoleauth.service systemctl restart openstack-nova-cert.service systemctl restart openstack-nova-compute.service systemctl restart openstack-nova-conductor.service systemctl restart openstack-nova-consoleauth.service

if using devstack: /usr/local/bin->nova all

2016-01-11 14:27:11 -0600 answered a question Howto setup centos for packstack with (stable) Kilo release

as per screenshot it looks very simple issue only need to stop Network manager and re-execute packstack. service NetworkManager stop .

2016-01-11 14:14:11 -0600 answered a question openstack An unexpected error prevented the server from fulfilling your request. (HTTP 500)

Try this seems ur auth port is wrong. export OS_USERNAME=username export OS_TENANT_NAME=tenant name export OS_PASSWORD=password export OS_AUTH_URL=http://controlller_IP:5000/v2.0/

2016-01-11 14:09:00 -0600 answered a question Logging into horizon I get error: "something went wrong try reconnecting or contact your administrator"

Refer->http://docs.openstack.org/kilo/install-guide/install/apt/content/ch_overview.html#architecture_overview

2016-01-11 13:50:18 -0600 answered a question keystone-manage db sync failure

Please provide more log and details

2016-01-11 13:46:38 -0600 answered a question no space left on device.... cinder error

check space df -h there must be /var 100% full.

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2016-01-11 13:24:27 -0600 answered a question devstack->how to collect host CPU metric using ceilometer

thanks i found solution by using compute monitor as nova.virt http://docs.openstack.org/liberty/con... compute_monitors = (ListOpt) A list of monitors that can be used for getting compute metrics. You can use the alias/name from the setuptools entry points for nova.compute.monitors.* namespaces. If no namespace is supplied, the "cpu." namespace is assumed for backwards-compatibility. An example value that would enable both the CPU and NUMA memory bandwidth monitors that used the virt driver variant: ["cpu.virt_driver", "numa_mem_bw.virt_driver"] compute_monitors =nova.compute.monitors.cpu.virt_driver

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2016-01-09 17:09:43 -0600 asked a question devstack->how to collect host CPU metric using ceilometer

installed devstack+ceilometer and enabled all required property but not able to see CPU related metric like compute.node.cpu.frequency ,compute.node.cpu.percent

nova.conf->

compute_monitors = ComputeDriverCPUMonitor
notification_driver = nova.openstack.common.notifier.rpc_notifier
notification_driver = ceilometer.compute.nova_notifier
notification_driver = nova.openstack.common.notifier.rabbit_notifier
notification_driver=messagingv2
compute_manager = nova.compute.manager.ComputeManager

ceilometer sample-list -m compute.node.cpu

+-------------+------+------+--------+------+-----------+
| Resource ID | Name | Type | Volume | Unit | Timestamp |
+-------------+------+------+--------+------+-----------+
+-------------+------+------+--------+------+-----------+

ceilometer meter-list

+---------------------------------+------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
| Name                            | Type       | Unit      | Resource ID                                  | User ID                          | Project ID                       |
+---------------------------------+------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
| cpu                             | cumulative | ns        | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7         | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| cpu                             | cumulative | ns        | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7         | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.allocation                 | gauge      | B         | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7         | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.allocation                 | gauge      | B         | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7         | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.capacity                   | gauge      | B         | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7         | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.capacity                   | gauge      | B         | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7         | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.allocation          | gauge      | B         | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7-hdd     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.allocation          | gauge      | B         | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7-vda     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.allocation          | gauge      | B         | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7-hdd     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.allocation          | gauge      | B         | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7-vda     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.allocation          | gauge      | B         | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7-vdb     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.capacity            | gauge      | B         | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7-hdd     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.capacity            | gauge      | B         | 638becc8-21c3-49ed-b9fc-9d0ca453dba7-vda     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.capacity            | gauge      | B         | d926a97a-2499-49df-8362-32dbc7900fb7-hdd     | 6e1cf83ed56e4326bd27e5e008a88ada | 44efa37925344d1089330a9bb3e7c27e |
| disk.device.capacity            | gauge      | B
2016-01-09 16:48:07 -0600 asked a question devstack:how to get cpu related metric for host using ceilometer

installed devstack+ceilometer ,enabled all required property.I can see all required metric for instance but No CPU metric for Host like compute.node.cpu.percen,compute.node.cpu.kernel.percent

Nova .conf-> compute_monitors = ComputeDriverCPUMonitor notification_driver = nova.openstack.common.notifier.rpc_notifier notification_driver = ceilometer.compute.nova_notifier notification_driver = nova.openstack.common.notifier.rabbit_notifier notification_driver=messagingv2 compute_manager = nova.compute.manager.ComputeManager

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2015-03-06 11:34:25 -0600 commented answer how to add RHEV cluster as a compute node in my existing openstack icehouse setup

Thanks...Actually i have Icehouse setup and i have RHEV-M cluster setup.i m moreover interested in integrate of RHEV-M with OpenStack. I went through blueprint but did not get any practical information.

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how to add RHEV cluster as a compute node in my existing openstack icehouse setup