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2013-05-16 02:04:00 -0600 commented answer br100 setup and nova fixed ip range

Alen Komljen seems to believe it would correct your problem, and you said it did. As the question wasn't closed, I didn't see his answer at first, so I posted another possibility. But, once more, if everything is ok with his answer, no use to change anything !

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2013-05-13 08:25:57 -0600 answered a question br100 setup and nova fixed ip range

Hi

I think you should configure the adress on br100 as well, like this :

iface br100 inet static
    address 172.25.27.11
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    bridge_stp off
    bridge_fd 0

Could you also check without this :

bridge_ports eth0

If you are not sure of the upper lines, what do you get from this ?

#ifdown -a; ifup -a;

Could you also try to create the fixed network with this command ?

nova network-create private --fixed-range-v4=172.25.27.0/24 --bridge-interface=br100

Sources :

2013-05-07 09:23:53 -0600 answered a question How to assign a fixed external ip to a vm?

You may get some help here for grizzly and nova-network.

Normally, you should be able to use the floating IPs on your instances once they have been defined.

2013-05-07 09:15:34 -0600 commented answer Error on tenant administration on Horizon dashboard

Ok, not so magical after all, :) but still impressive !

2013-05-07 09:05:59 -0600 answered a question How does OpenStack achieve virtualisation?

As described here, Openstack use many possible hypervisors (kvm, lxc, qemu, xen, lxc...) to create, and run, its VMs.

So basically, Openstack don't create virtual instances on its own but use the hypervisor you selected to do it and become a (very) complex interface between you and this hypervisor.

2013-05-07 08:52:05 -0600 commented answer Error on tenant administration on Horizon dashboard

o_O How did you do this ?

Problem solved, thank you !

2013-05-07 08:02:46 -0600 asked a question Error on tenant administration on Horizon dashboard

Hi,

Using Horizon with Grizzly on Ubuntu 10.04, I am facing a problem when I try to manage the tenants (named "projects" on the dashboard). I get a red tooltip with

Error: An error occurred. Please try again.

I have no error in the logs... at least not in /var/nova/*

The only lines that got printed are theses ones (in : nova-api.log)

2013-05-07 14:36:53.479 2779 INFO nova.osapicompute.wsgi.server [-] (2779) accepted ('127.0.0.1', 43578) 2013-05-07 14:36:53.548 INFO nova.osapicompute.wsgi.server [req-778d7fc5-6fe0-436e-98af-b5e975f827ee 0bbd68ad830f4bc982bd51389a85f82d 3603dbf8c95646f989235e6d3d0e401d] 127.0.0.1 "GET /v2/3603dbf8c95646f989235e6d3d0e401d/os-quota-sets/3603dbf8c95646f989235e6d3d0e401d/defaults HTTP/1.1" status: 200 len: 495 time: 0.0683880

But I can create, delete and edit them using keystone commands.

So... Where could I get any more details/logs about this error ? Any clue about a solution ?

Thanks for any help !

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2013-05-03 09:52:44 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

Sorry for the delay, yep, it did solve the problem on horizon with the django errors. Do i fill a bug [here]{http://docs.openstack.org/install/} or in some other place for a problem in the documentation ?

2013-04-24 10:25:21 -0600 commented question nova image-list could not find any suitable endpoint

I don't see the underscore in your result... so I guess it isn't configured as so. You can delete the endpoints with keystone endpoint-delete "endpoint_ID" and then recreate it. To paste large pieces of code, you can go there. To send a link, [linkname](link)

2013-04-24 08:24:25 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

Could you give us some details of the problem you encountered and the solution that worked ;) ?

2013-04-24 02:42:41 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

Could you tell me the sections associated, cause there are many drivers defined, I just want to be sure which lines we are speaking of.

2013-04-24 02:33:29 -0600 commented question nova image-list could not find any suitable endpoint

In my configuration, I used the %(tenant_id)s syntax, as described here. You put %(tenantid)s instead, maybe it is the source of the problem.

2013-04-24 02:02:03 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

Here is the configuration file.

2013-04-24 01:58:54 -0600 edited question Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

I just tried to install Openstack (grizzly) on Ubuntu 12.04 on a single node to try it out. Everything went perfectly until I tried to install Horizon, which, after 3 days of various attempts just doesn't want to work. I followed this tutorial from the beginning (except the object storage part).

It seems it is the apache and django configuration who would be faulty as I get some errors as soon as I try to connect to Horizon. I can get to the authentication page (127.0.0.1/horizon) and print my login and password (admin, or any other service user). But then I got this error :

http://paste.openstack.org/show/36310/

I can also find this on apache2 logs. When I tried to connect to OpenStack Block Storage service (cinder) I get:

#cinder list
ERROR: [Errno 111] Connection refused

So, in fact, the problem must be with cinder. From what I read in the tutorial, I don't use cinder but nova-volume. I have this conf in nova.conf :

volume_driver=nova.volume.driver.ISCIDriver
volume_group=nova-volumes
volume_name_template=volume-%s
isci_helper=tgtadm

I got this output from #cinder endpoints

This output from #keypoint service-list

This output from #keypoint endpoint-list

More details on my configuration:

So, do I absolutely have to use cinder instead of nova-volume to get Horizon working ?

2013-04-24 01:56:40 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

I tried it, no change...

2013-04-23 01:38:59 -0600 commented question nova image-list could not find any suitable endpoint

The problem might be in your keystone endpoints. Other modules use keystone as a "library" of endpoints to reach each other. Could you send us the result of $keystone service-list and #keystone endpoint-list ?

2013-04-22 09:42:10 -0600 commented answer Log, instance and VNC Errors

Sorry, can't help you any more about this problem. Good luck ;)

2013-04-22 09:28:51 -0600 commented answer Log, instance and VNC Errors

I didn't use quantum... so I can't help. I ran this to configure the network for my instances. Maybe a nova network-list would help you understand, otherwise... try your logs.

2013-04-22 09:20:16 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

The password I registered is "keystonepwd" so I guess this line should be ok. In what field did you put token_format = UUID ?

2013-04-22 09:03:24 -0600 commented answer Why do I get "connection refused" when reaching OpenStack Dashboard

I verified my password with a direct mysql connection. I set up my conf file like this : connection = mysql://keystone:keystonepwd@127.0.0.1/keystone The problem shouldn't come from keystone db connection as it work perfectly on a terminal to create, list and administrate instances with nova.