Re: [Openstack] XCP and Openstack questions

2012-01-24 Thread Thomas Goirand
Hi Ewan, Thanks *a lot* for your very accurate and long reply. That's going to help me so much for working on the Nova + XCP packaging in Debian. On 01/24/2012 06:19 AM, Ewan Mellor wrote: I already started writing a README.xcp_and_openstack to document how to do an Openstack + XCP setup.

Re: [Openstack] Proposal for new devstack (v2?)

2012-01-24 Thread Pádraig Brady
On 01/24/2012 12:35 AM, Joshua Harlow wrote: So some of the issues after doing a comparison might be the following: For RHEL6 + EPEL a lot of the packages are there (yippe!). Yes there has been lots of work in this area. See here for details:

Re: [Openstack] Proposal for new devstack (v2?)

2012-01-24 Thread Bernhard M. Wiedemann
On 01/17/2012 08:20 PM, Joshua Harlow wrote: My goals were/are/(may continue to be, haha) the following: 1. Add in enough abstraction so that you can look at how each component is installed/uninstalled/started/stopped by looking at a single file (maybe 2 files) 2. Have the ability to

[Openstack] Reminder: OpenStack Project meeting - 21:00 UTC

2012-01-24 Thread Thierry Carrez
Hello everyone, Our weekly project release status meeting will take place at 21:00 UTC this Tuesday in #openstack-meeting on IRC. PTLs, if you can't make it, please name a substitute on [2]. Today is the *last* day before we cut Essex-3 milestone branches. Since E3 serves as a feature freeze

[Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Leander Bessa
Hello, I've setup a single node configuration with keystone using the packages from https://launchpad.net/~managedit/+archive/openstack. I've managed to launch an instance, however when i run the commando nova diagnostics server i get this: REQ: curl -i http://127.0.0.1:5000/tokens -X POST -H

[Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Joe Smithian
Hi All, I installed OpenStack using devsatck script (http://devstack.org/) on Ubuntu 11.10. Installation was successful but there is no /etc/nova/ directory and It looks like that devstack script doesn't install all the nova services. Should I install them manually as described in the getting

Re: [Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Kiall Mac Innes
Oh, I had thought it didn't exist in Diablo.. My mistake! Thanks, Kiall On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 5:46 PM, Brian Waldon brian.wal...@rackspace.comwrote: The diagnostics command moved to a server action. We will need to update novaclient to support this. I went ahead and filed a bug for it:

Re: [Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Brian Waldon
Actually the diagnostics command was not added in Essex, but it was converted to a true extension. However it is part of the Admin API, which means for Diablo you need to set the allow_admin_api flag on your nova-api node. On Jan 24, 2012, at 9:41 AM, Kiall Mac Innes wrote: Hi, The

Re: [Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Kiall Mac Innes
I've just verified this against my install, but since the diagnostics is unsupported when using libvirt/kvm, it still errors out (but with a 500, rather than 404) Thanks, Kiall On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 5:56 PM, Brian Waldon brian.wal...@rackspace.comwrote: Actually the diagnostics command was

Re: [Openstack] Proposal for new devstack (v2?)

2012-01-24 Thread Joshua Harlow
Ok, I was using 6.1. Is there any reason that it isn't available for 6.1 and 6.2 (technically?) It would be nice to not have to distinguish (6.1 vs 6.2) in the new devstack v2. My guess is the list I created then was using the 6.1 repo, which may not have those pkgs (darn it).

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Jorge Luiz Correa
When using Devstack the files are written to /opt/stack/component. So, you can find nova.conf in /opt/stack/nova/bin/. Regards. On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 3:48 PM, Joe Smithian joe.smith...@gmail.comwrote: Hi All, I installed OpenStack using devsatck script (http://devstack.org/) on Ubuntu

[Openstack] Defining vm network

2012-01-24 Thread Alisson Soares Limeira Pontes
Hello everybody. I am searching for some days but I can't figure out how to attach a vm to a network? I am using Quantum 2011.3 with OVS to create the network. And Diablo. I am looking to something like: $ nova boot --flavor 1 --image 2 *--nic net-id=* --key_name key instance10 But in

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Jesse Andrews
There have been conversations about changing that. That nova should use /etc/nova/nova.conf Thoughts? On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:40 AM, Jorge Luiz Correa corre...@gmail.com wrote: When using Devstack the files are written to /opt/stack/component. So, you can find nova.conf in

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Joe Smithian
Hi Kiall, Thanks for your reply, I was confused between DevStack and regular installation! The first time I installed devStack using the stack.sh script everything was fine and I was able to login to dashboard, but it doesn't work anymore, I think after I changed the IP address of the machine and

Re: [Openstack] dashboard in oneric

2012-01-24 Thread Paras pradhan
Thanks guys for the info. Out of curiosity , If somebody wants to implement openstack in their production environment which package repository should they consider? github, ubuntu, managedit or (any) others? Paras. On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 5:17 PM, Debo Dutta (dedutta) dedu...@cisco.com wrote:

Re: [Openstack] Defining vm network

2012-01-24 Thread Dan Wendlandt
Hi Alisson, The --nic option was only added to nova client in Essex, thus it will not be available in Diablo code. However, if you spin up a VM with no --nic options, the VM will actually automatically get a NIC on each global network (i.e. no project is set) and each project network (--project

[Openstack] Nova network creates network but

2012-01-24 Thread Mohammad Banikazemi
Using the Dashboard GUI (on an openstack install on a single machine using devstack with Quantum and OVS) and user Demo, I can create new networks by using the button Networks under the Network section. A message says the network was created and an ID is shown. However, I do not see anything

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Edgar Magana (eperdomo)
Hi, Completely agreed that nova.conf should be moved to /etc/nova/nova.conf If the DB needs to be re-created the nova-manage db sync command will fail at least the nova.conf is in the /etc directory. So, if you are running devstack, you have to manually copy the file to avoid the problem.

Re: [Openstack] Dashboard - Error: Unable to communicate with identity service: [Errno 111] Connection refused. (HTTP 400)

2012-01-24 Thread Anne Gentle
I'm seeing this type of result (400 errors) when I go through the install manual I just proposed that uses the Managed IT packages... I am running it in a VM on my Macbook. Would love to learn more. It nearly always happens after I work at work, then work from home, even if the IP address of the

Re: [Openstack] XCP and Openstack questions

2012-01-24 Thread Ewan Mellor
If you have the Open vSwitch components installed in domain 0, then there are a few scripts that wrap around it to set up the isolation rules used in flat mode. These are in nova/plugins/xenapi/networking. I believe you mean: plugins/xenserver/networking Yes, those are the ones.

Re: [Openstack] Nova network creates network but

2012-01-24 Thread Dan Wendlandt
Hi Mohammed, On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 11:51 AM, Mohammad Banikazemi m...@us.ibm.com wrote: Using the Dashboard GUI (on an openstack install on a single machine using devstack with Quantum and OVS) and user Demo, I can create new networks by using the button Networks under the Network section.

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread David Kranz
In general, it is unfortunate that there is such a big difference in the end result between deploying from source and from packages, even though they are supposed to function the same. Ideally the process structure, locations of configuration files, etc. could be the same. The location of

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Paul McMillan
It looks like some nova and keystone services are not running. So my question is how to check the status and restart all services in devStack? I can't use commands like restart nova-api because they are not installed. There should be other ways to start services in devStack. Devstack is for

Re: [Openstack] Proposal for new devstack (v2?)

2012-01-24 Thread Pádraig Brady
On 01/24/2012 06:39 PM, Joshua Harlow wrote: Ok, I was using 6.1. Is there any reason that it isn’t available for 6.1 and 6.2 (technically?) Well it's not been tested on 6.1 currently. One issue with 6.1 is the version of libvirt is too old I think. cheers, Pádraig.

Re: [Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Leander Bessa
How exactly do i install that particular extension and what can i use as an alternative to monitor instances with KVM? On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 6:11 PM, Kiall Mac Innes ki...@managedit.ie wrote: I've just verified this against my install, but since the diagnostics is unsupported when using

Re: [Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Brian Waldon
If you're running diablo, you should just have to restart your nova-api nodes with the allow_admin_api flag on. But as Kiall points out, 'diagnostics' is not implemented for libvirt. Unfortunately, I don't know how to help you on that front. Maybe somebody else has some pointers? On Jan 24,

Re: [Openstack] Defining vm network

2012-01-24 Thread Alisson Soares Limeira Pontes
Yes, I understand. But My problem is: i) I create a network: # nova-manage network create --label=public --fixed_range_v4=8.8.8.0/24 ii) Then I spin up a vm: # nova boot --flavor 1 --image 2 --key_name key instance1 But this vm does NOT have a fixed_ip associated to its interface, so I think

Re: [Openstack] Proposal for new devstack (v2?)

2012-01-24 Thread Joshua Harlow
Ok dokie, Let me see what I can do to get a 6.2 system. Thx. On 1/24/12 1:53 PM, Pádraig Brady p...@draigbrady.com wrote: On 01/24/2012 06:39 PM, Joshua Harlow wrote: Ok, I was using 6.1. Is there any reason that it isn't available for 6.1 and 6.2 (technically?) Well it's not been tested on

Re: [Openstack] [nova client] Can't get the diagnostics command to work

2012-01-24 Thread Vishvananda Ishaya
Monitoring can be done through libvirt monitoring plugins. For example: http://honk.sigxcpu.org/projects/libvirt/ Vish On Jan 24, 2012, at 2:01 PM, Leander Bessa wrote: How exactly do i install that particular extension and what can i use as an alternative to monitor instances with KVM?

[Openstack] Swift Container Name Restrictions

2012-01-24 Thread Matthew Wodrich
Hi Folks, I'm trying to write some scripts to work with Swift containers, but I don't actually know what the restrictions on container names are. Does anyone know what the specification is, or where I can read up on it? For example: What are the length requirements for container names?

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Ignace Mouzannar
Hi, On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 13:40, Jorge Luiz Correa corre...@gmail.com wrote: When using Devstack the files are written to /opt/stack/component. So, you can find nova.conf in /opt/stack/nova/bin/. Is there a reason why a configuration file is installed in a bin/ directory (not following the

[Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Eric Windisch
Per today's meeting, I am proposing the ZeroMQ RPC driver for a feature-freeze exception. I am making good progress on this blueprint, it adds a new optional module and service without modifying any existing code or modules. I have been pushing to complete this work by E3, so I am close to

Re: [Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Duncan McGreggor
FWIW, I'd love to see this land in E3... d On 24 Jan 2012 - 16:08, Eric Windisch wrote: Per today's meeting, I am proposing the ZeroMQ RPC driver for a feature-freeze exception. I am making good progress on this blueprint, it adds a new optional module and service without modifying any

Re: [Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Yun Mao
Hi I'm curious and unfamiliar with the subject. What's the benefit of 0MQ vs Kombu? Thanks, Yun On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 7:08 PM, Eric Windisch e...@cloudscaling.com wrote: Per today's meeting, I am proposing the ZeroMQ RPC driver for a feature-freeze exception. I am making good progress on

Re: [Openstack] Swift Container Name Restrictions

2012-01-24 Thread John Dickinson
On Jan 24, 2012, at 5:22 PM, Matthew Wodrich wrote: Hi Folks, I'm trying to write some scripts to work with Swift containers, but I don't actually know what the restrictions on container names are. Does anyone know what the specification is, or where I can read up on it? For example:

Re: [Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Duncan McGreggor
Under specific architectures, 0MQ can process millions of messages per second vs. RabbitMQ's many thousands. RabbitMQ is a messaging system; 0MQ is a messaging framework. There's a pretty good write-up on some of the basic differences here: http://www.zeromq.org/docs:welcome-from-amqp Note

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Joshua Harlow
This is really just a dev choice. In the newer devstack it can be in a different place (programmer determined). I am making it typically be the following. $ROOTDIR/$COMPONENT/app (for the git checked out code) $ROOTDIR/$COMPONENT/config (for configs - unless overridden by the component class)

Re: [Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Zhongyue Luo
I assume the messages will be delivered directly to the destination rather than piling up on a queue server? On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 10:49 AM, Duncan McGreggor dun...@dreamhost.comwrote: Under specific architectures, 0MQ can process millions of messages per second vs. RabbitMQ's many

Re: [Openstack] Swift Container Name Restrictions

2012-01-24 Thread Anne Gentle
You'll also find this info in the Object Storage API document, see http://docs.openstack.org/api/openstack-object-storage/1.0/content/ch_object-storage-dev-api-storage.html On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 7:27 PM, John Dickinson m...@not.mn wrote: On Jan 24, 2012, at 5:22 PM, Matthew Wodrich wrote:

Re: [Openstack] No /etc/nova/nova.conf

2012-01-24 Thread Joshua Harlow
Where would u like all the configs to be. I can attempt to make this better in the new devstack2. Might as well get it right the second time around ;) On 1/24/12 1:28 PM, David Kranz david.kr...@qrclab.com wrote: In general, it is unfortunate that there is such a big difference in the end

Re: [Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Eric Windisch
Sorry, I had originally sent only to Yun Mao. Sending to list. --- Rather than attempt to answer this, I defer to the ZeroMQ guide. It should be noted that the designers of AMPQ, iMatix, designed and build ZeroMQ. (RabbitMQ and QUID implement AMQP)

Re: [Openstack] ZeroMQ RPC Driver - FF-Exception request

2012-01-24 Thread Eric Windisch
On Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 6:05 PM, Zhongyue Luo wrote: I assume the messages will be delivered directly to the destination rather than piling up on a queue server? Although the blueprint doesn't specify this level of detail, the intention had originally been to deliver a