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Re: How to start/stop/restart services in devstack
Yea, re-running stack.sh should bring everything back up.
Bear in mind this will wipe all users, images, instances etc (devstack is
for development, rather than production openstack environments after all)
Sent from my mobile - Sorry for being short.
On Jan 26, 2012 7:45 p.m., "Joe Smithian" <joe.smithian@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> localadmin@k:~$ sudo screen -x
> There is no screen to be attached.
> localadmin@k:~$ killall screen
> screen: no process found
> Should I re-run stack.sh?
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 2:24 PM, Dean Troyer <dtroyer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 1:02 PM, Joe Smithian <joe.smithian@xxxxxxxxx>
> >> The devstack document doesn't explain how to start/stop services,
> >> maybe it's obvious for the devstack developers but not for a new user
> >> like me! I can't use commands like "restart nova-api" because they
> >> are not installed.
> > Devstack starts the OpenStack services running in the foreground in a
> > screen session. Type 'screen -x' to attach to the session, there will
> > be a window for each service plus one shell window. Stop the each
> > service with a Ctrl-C. Press up-arrow to see the command stack.sh
> > used to start it and execute that to restart the service.
> >> I installed OpenStack using devsatck stack.sh script
> >> (http://devstack.org/) on Ubuntu 11.10. Installation was successful
> >> and I was able to login to Dahsboard; but it doesn't work anymore, I
> >> think after I changed the IP address of the machine and moved it to
> >> another network.
> >> Apache2 is running but the nova and keystone services are not running.
> > If you had already stated an instance, Nova probably moved your IP
> > from eth0 to br100. You would need to manually update the br100
> > configuration. You might also need to update some other configuration
> > bits (floating IPs, etc) if you changed networks and want to access
> > the instances from off the host.
> > Your best bet here may be to just bite the bullet and 'killall screen'
> > re-run stack.sh. Of course this will re-initialize all of the
> > databases and kill running instances.
> > dt
> > --
> > Dean Troyer
> > dtroyer@xxxxxxxxx
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