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Re: Got nova running in a single node as per the docs
Joshua McKenty <jmckenty@xxxxxxxxx>
"Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)" <rudd-o@xxxxxxxxxx>
Thu, 16 Sep 2010 13:06:25 -0700
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OK. So right now I have a one-machine cloud.
Now let's assume that I want another machine to join the cloud.
What steps should I run there?
El Thursday, September 16, 2010, Joshua McKenty escribió:
> An awesome report - looks like there are four or five critical updates to
> the instructions, two minor bugs and a big gap in the user docs (e.g., what
> Many folks are still using euca-tools or some ec2 tools to send API
> requests to a running nova cloud - you'll need to use the nova-admin
> binary to set up user accounts and download credentials to use with those
> tools. (I was pretty sure there was a doc on that somewhere...)
> Maybe Devin or a racker can pipe up about the status of the new API
> endpoint - is it ready enough to use? (If so there, are a bunch of clients
> already built for that API, including android and iphone apps, etc.)
> If the objectstore is natively running on :3333, then perhaps we don't need
> the nginx hack anymore? (Sorry, haven't looked at that code in a while.)
> Otherwise, you'll want to change your objectstore flagfile to run on port
> 3334, and let nginx proxy to it when appropriate.
> You should be able to get play-by-play help in the IRC channel, once folks
> are awake.
> On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 7:24 AM, Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)
> > in here: http://nova.openstack.org/getting.started.html
> > Now what? How do I tell it to create VMs? Start VMs? Stop VMs? What
> > do I
> > install in other nodes and How do I make those other nodes join that
> > cloud?
> > These are my notes --- corrections on the install docs:
> > ----------------------------------------------
> > FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM:
> > http://nova.openstack.org/getting.started.html
> > CLOUD CONTROLLER:
> > KVM:Maverick-x86_64
> > address 192.168.122.86
> > user name rudd-o
> > password (short one)
> > I built redis from 2.0.1 stable source downloaded from
> > http://code.google.com/p/redis/downloads/detail?name=redis-2.0.1.tar.gz&c
> > an=2&q=
> > I then ran openstack/nova/nova/auth/slap.sh to set up slapd
> > I had to install python-tornado and python-gflags too
> > The instructions were wrong, there is no KVM (hence no libvirtd group) in
> > the
> > cloud controller
> > I created the .pth file too
> > To run nova-api, I had to install python-daemon too
> > To run nova-api, I had to install python-carrot too
> > To run nova-api, I had to install python-ipy -- without it, import of
> > class nova.network.manager.VlanManager fails -- the utils.import_object
> > function makes the mistake of hiding the true source of the import error
> > by overriding
> > importerror with nova.exceptions.NotFound, which misleads the user to
> > think that VlanManager does not exist, when in fact it is a dependency
> > problem that
> > causes it to "not exist".
> > I had to install python-sqlalchemy too, to run nova-compute
> > All the daemons i started with --nodaemon
> > NGINX as configured as per the instructions just cnanot be run because it
> > causes nova-objectstore to simply fail to start up.
> > 2010-09-15 19:48:05-0700 [-] twisted.internet.error.CannotListenError:
> > Couldn't listen on any:3333: [Errno 98] Address already in use.
> > Had to stop nginx because of that.
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