Thanks for the quick analysis here Ben. Looking at newton and future
releases, if you are using the "keystone-manage bootstrap" option to
setup keystone, then the domain ID won't be "default" it'll be some
UUID. Your best bet going forward is to use the domain name only, it'll
always be "Default" (capital D).
Marking this as Invalid for keystone.
** Changed in: keystone
Status: New => Invalid
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Can't deploy overcloud of Mitaka on CentOS
Status in OpenStack Identity (keystone):
Status in tripleo:
Undercloud deployed normally by tripleo instructions.
Version : 9.2.1
Release : 0.20161007011449.012bc3d.el7.centos
Version : 6.0.1
Release : 0.20160829124409.ed46562.el7.centos
These numbers tell us that undercloud installed from Mitaka repository
But overcloud deploy fails with error -
[stack@myhost ~]$ openstack overcloud deploy --templates
--neutron-tunnel-types vxlan --neutron-network-type vxlan --ntp-server
pool.ntp.org --control-scale 1 --compute-scale 1 --block-storage-scale 3
--control-flavor control --compute-flavor compute --block-storage-flavor
block-storage -e overcloud/scaleio-env.yaml
Deploying templates in the directory
ERROR: Authorization failed.
keystone logs contains error: domain Default can not be found
workaround - change domain from 'Default' to 'default' in heat-api.conf and
then overcloud deploy can be started...
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