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Re: [Grizzly] NoneType object unsubscriptable while setting up keystone
Look in the bug database, I think there is already an entry for this.
user-list works in general, so it has to be something in your
environment that is triggering it. If I remember correctly, you are
likely using the Admin token. What are the openstack variables in your
On 05/14/2013 08:10 AM, Daniel wrote:
I am currently trying to install Grizzly on a single node running
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4, using RedHat's RDO
The related keystone RPM is openstack-keystone-2013.1-1.el6.noarch.
I have followed the instructions from the official documentation
without error up to the "keystone-manage db_sync" (included).
After that point, keystone commands return the following error :
'NoneType' object is unsubscriptable. It would appear that the
commands work at least in part, since I can see a user directly in the
MySQL database after running a "keystone user-create" command, but I
still can't list them :
# keystone user-list
'NoneType' object is unsubscriptable
The only changes I've made to the keystone.conf file apart from the
log configuration are the connection and admin_token parameters. The
mysql connection works correctly from the command line, and it would
seem it works for the keystone utility as well since the database is
I've also found nothing remarkable in the keystone log file.
As a side note, trying to install a full Openstack environment with
the packstack utility failed with the same error.
Where should I look to get more info on that error?
Thanks in advance,
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