Monday, 2011-08-15

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matiuAnyone know where to find the xsd files for the storage api ?01:08
matiuand if it works with Rackspace at present01:08
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lotrpyafter deploy, could I add some new note-compute node(computer), just update the configure file, and install again?06:46
zykes-what to choose, puppet or chef?06:53
zykes-is there any comparison ?06:53
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mat_solarlotrpy, yep..07:06
mat_solarlotrpy, fyi
lotrpymat_solar, thanks, I'll check it now.07:13
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viraptorzykes-: depends if you want issues with authentication and certificates (puppet) or issues with disappearing data and unstable indexer (chef)09:51
zykes-sounds like loads of fun either way :p09:52
zykes-disappearing data how viraptor ?09:52
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viraptorzykes-: priv.09:53
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uvirtbotNew bug: #826656 in nova "incorrect list response structure for floating ips" [Undecided,New]
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CloudAche84hi all11:02
CloudAche84anyone looked at Citrix project Olympus yet?11:02
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nagyzis my understanding correct that it's enough to run one network service?13:35
nagyzI don't need to deploy it along with each compute node.13:35
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viraptornagyz: you shouldn't do that even... just one network node14:19
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nagyzthen how come the compute node creates the right vlan interface when it starts up an instance?14:22
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nagyzok, it seems the compute node calls the network manager implicitly :)14:48
nagyzso you either run a compute node or a network manager:)14:48
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smosercan someone verify for me14:58
smoseris it expected that uploading a vmdk formated full disk image should be supported?14:58
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alperkanathey there.. is there a memory suggestion (or required memory?) for openstack? let's say for a storage system at about 20-30 TB data..15:10
alperkanatas far as i've seen through the docs there isn't any suggestion15:10
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alperkanatsorry i was disconnected15:12
alperkanatany memory suggestions?15:12
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annegentlealperkanat: I just updated this page Friday: see if it has what you need. I still think it's rough.15:13
alperkanatannegentle: i'm sorry that i've not mentioned it. i'm asking this question for swift not nova15:15
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uvirtbotNew bug: #826798 in nova "ubuntu vmdk uploaded does not boot" [Undecided,New]
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uvirtbotNew bug: #826794 in nova "inject_data disables routine filesystem checks in ext2, ext3, ext4 filesystems" [Undecided,New]
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eviscaresI need some help with setting up swift. Would anyone be so kind?15:33
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notmynameeviscares: that's a scary question ;-)15:34
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notmynameeviscares: what help do you need?15:34
eviscaresI think I might just not be seeing the wood due to all the trees… but what is meant with <STORAGE_LOCAL_NET_IP>15:35
eviscaresin the documentation? Considering my IP is 10.10.111.X for the cluster, what would I put there?15:35
notmynameeviscares: the idea is that you have a different subnet for your storage nodes (different than the "public" IPs of the proxy servers)15:37
zykes-nayone here with knowabouts on citrix olympus ?15:38
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notmynamezykes-: you should try to find ewanmellor when he is on15:38
dilemmanotmyname: you pointed me at yesterday - is there a GPG key somewhere for this?15:39
kbringardeviscares: hah, that was my question on Friday15:39
zykes-ok, notmyname cause i tried getting access to it but it's hopeless :p15:39
mancdazhey guys - anyone know why there are no packages for lucid under glance-core/milestone?15:39
notmynamezykes-: I don't know anything about it. I do know that ewan works at citrix and (I think) is the one in charge of olympus15:39
zykes-know when he usually pops up ?15:40
notmynamedilemma: not that I know of15:40
dilemmaso the packages aren't signed?15:41
eviscaresnotmyname:  I get that part, so it is simply meant as a variable in the configs? but how do I input the network then?15:41
notmynamezykes-: the only times I know he's around are on Tuesday afternoons around the time of the openstack meetings. perhaps here and there at other times15:41
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notmynameeviscares: where in the docs are you seeing this (so I can make sure to not lead you in the wrong way). and kbringard, if you got a good answer on friday, feel free to jump in :-)15:42
* kbringard looks for the answer I got15:42
kbringardnotmyname: I would guess he means here15:42
kbringardexport STORAGE_LOCAL_NET_IP=
kbringardexport PROXY_LOCAL_NET_IP=
eviscaresnotmyname:  I'm looking at and also what kbringard just posted15:43
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btorchdilemma: don't believe they are signed but gholt would know for sure15:45
kbringardcreiht: kbringard: so usually for a swift cluster we setup the storage nodes on a private network, that isn't accesible by the outside15:45
kbringardcreiht: so when it mentions the STORAGE_LOCAL_NET_IP, it is talking about the ip of that storage node on that private network15:45
notmynamebtorch: heh, I was thinking of asking you because you'd know for sure :-)15:45
eviscareskbringard: aaah, thanks15:45
kbringardcreiht: the PROXY_LOCAL_NET_IP is the public network IP for the proxy (or load balancer VIP if you are going to have several proxies)15:45
kbringardthey can be in the same broadcast domain if you're just setting it up internally, though15:46
notmynamedilemma: correct. the packages aren't signed15:46
btorchnotmyname: hehe I need to double check on a slice but if they are we don't use it , just --force-yes15:46
kbringardbut, my understanding is, the storage_local_net_ip will be the IP of the node you're installing swift on (and will, obviously, vary from node to node)15:46
notmynamekbringard: correct15:47
kbringardand the proxy_local_net_ip will be the same on all the nodes in the cluster15:47
kbringardbecause it's the IP of the swift proxy they all use to communicate15:47
notmynamekbringard: eviscares: since the internal communication between nodes in the cluster (proxy->storage, replication, etc) isn't protected, it's a very good idea to use a non-routable subnet for the cluster local net.15:48
kbringardif you're just testing/setting it up to play with and you're putting a node and a proxy on the same machine you can make the proxy and the storage IP the same (at least one the one node you're putting the proxy on)15:48
kbringards/one the one/on the one/15:49
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kbringardthe docs mention usng Ubuntu 10.0415:49
kbringardis there a problem with using 10.10?15:49
kbringardI didn't know if it had a newer version of python or something that would cause problems15:49
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eviscaresnotmyname: yeah, I read that, but the way it was written in the documentation confused me a bit.15:55
notmynameeviscares: sorry about that. if you have a better way of wording it, we'd be happy to accept the patch15:56
eviscaresI'm leaving for home right now, but I might be back tomorrow and suggest something. Thanks again for the help15:57
notmynamekbringard: we test and run swift with the latest LTS (10.04). we make no guarantees about other versions (of course, we aren't intentionally breaking them...)15:57
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kbringardnotmyname: aiight, cool15:58
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kbringardI was running into some weird stack traces, but I think I was trying to run it on 11.0415:58
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andyandydo you know how I can force to run a server in a particular compute node?16:03
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kbringardandyandy: currently there isn't a way to do that16:04
kbringardthe way I do it is fire up like 10 instances with -n16:05
kbringardand generally at least one of them lands on the compute node I'm interested in16:05
kbringardin the future, I think the scheduler will support it, but as far as I know it doesn't right now16:05
andyandythank you kbringard16:06
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andyandyCan Zones be used to force the VM instance on a group of compute Nodes16:07
kbringardin theory16:07
andyandyin practice ?16:07
kbringardI've not messed with zones much recently, so I'm not entirely sure the state of all that at this point :-/16:07
andyandyOK we will figure this out and get back to you if you are interested..16:08
kbringardwhat my plan is, in the future, is to add a "hostname" attribute to the zone capabilities list on each compute node16:08
kbringardthat way you can launch it with the hostname as a required capability, and it'll go to that node16:08
kbringardbut again, I'm not entirely sure the state of it at this point16:08
kbringardI'd love to hear your experience16:09
kbringardbecause Zones is something I'm interested in, just have not had time to sort it out16:09
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andyandyOK, we have compute nodes attached to different SANS so we need to be able to launch a VM on the group attached to the SAN we want to use.16:10
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kbringardthat makes sense16:11
kbringardin that case the zones are probably what you'd be looking for16:11
andyandyLow Cost VMs on the iSCSI SAN and Fast VMs on the SSD SAN16:11
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andyandyOK will let you know going to check that now16:12
andyandyBTW I don't suppose there is an easy way to associate a compute node with a Zone ?16:12
kbringardI think you use the —zone_name= flag in nova.conf16:13
kbringardthat's a dash dash, btw16:13
kbringardmy IRC client trunked it16:13
kbringardthose are the entries I have in my nova.conf16:14
andyandyOK will let you know the results we would prefer to operate with the existing API and not modify the scheduler16:14
kbringardI only have the one zone, so you'll want to change it on your compute nodes accordingly16:14
kbringardI think you'll probably want a single parent zone with node compute nodes on it, then a bunch of child zones16:15
kbringardbut, again, not entirely sure how it all works out logistically16:15
andyandyOK so this looks like it could work, just configure each compute node to be in say a SAN1 zone?16:16
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kbringardthat makes sense16:29
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OutBackDingodeshantm: ping16:45
Jerry_Can OpenStack use IPV6 instead of RFC 1918 IPV4 space?16:46
OutBackDingoJerry_: i belive it can16:46
OutBackDingodeshantm: 2011-08-15 12:10:00,601 ERROR nova.compute.manager [-] Instance '2' failed to spawn. Is virtualization enabled in the BIOS? Details: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sys/hypervisor/uuid' seems OS needs to be on the hypervisor not in a VM16:47
Jerry_OutBackDingo: Can you refer me to documentation pls?16:47
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OutBackDingoJerry_: nova network16:47
OutBackDingoJerry_: and
JuanPerezzykes: Currently, Olympus is in a Proof of Concept phase with a very limited set of customers16:52
JuanPerezzykes: GA for Olympus is currently scheduled for Q4 201116:53
Jerry_OutBackDingo: Thanks, looking at it now....16:53
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zykes-JuanPerez: so there's no way to test ?17:11
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JuanPerezZykes: Not for general public.  From what I understand, current testing is limited to Dell, Rackspace, and Citrix17:20
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JuanPerezZykes: And POC customers, but there is a long list of customers on POC list and it's very limited to around 5 customers17:21
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OutBackDingoJuanPerez: that kinda sucks17:22
JuanPerezIt's a commercial implementation of openstack, so development and testing cycle work quite a bit differently for regular OpenStack releases.  Not sure on exactly why scope so limited though?17:24
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anooplI am trying to configure Diablo 3 on SL 6.1. I followed:17:47
anooplI got the following warning when I ran the Mysql DB create command:17:47
anoopl/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/migrate/changeset/ MigrateDeprecationWarning: Alter column with comparing columns is deprecated. Just pass in parameters instead.17:47
anoopl  " Just pass in parameters instead.", MigrateDeprecationWarning)17:47
anooplI continued the installation. When I start the Open-stack services. I get an error:17:47
anooplStarting OpenStack Nova Compute Worker:                    [FAILED]17:47
anooplOn checking logs nova-manage.log or other logs has no errors. /var/log/nova-compute.log shows:17:47
anoopl2011-08-15 21:45:28,047 nova: authentication failed17:47
anoopl2011-08-15 21:48:33,232 nova: Starting compute node (version 2011.3-workspace:tarmac-20110727233925-40wmpvkvas7j1p93)17:47
anoopl2011-08-15 21:48:33,387 nova.exception: Uncaught exception17:47
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE: Traceback (most recent call last):17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nova/", line 97, in wrapped17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     return f(*args, **kw)17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nova/compute/", line 1220, in update_available_resource17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     return self.driver.update_available_resource(context,
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nova/virt/libvirt/", line 1370, in update_available_resource17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     'vcpus_used': self.get_vcpu_used(),17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nova/virt/libvirt/", line 1195, in get_vcpu_used17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     for dom_id in self._conn.listDomainsID():17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nova/virt/libvirt/", line 181, in _get_connection17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     self.read_only)17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nova/virt/libvirt/", line 215, in _connect17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     return libvirt.openAuth(uri, auth, 0)17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:   File "/usr/lib64/python2.6/site-packages/", line 102, in openAuth17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:     if ret is None:raise libvirtError('virConnectOpenAuth() failed')17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE: libvirtError: authentication failed17:48
anoopl(nova.exception): TRACE:17:48
anoopl2011-08-15 21:48:33,389 nova: authentication failed17:48
anooplI could not find any helpful information. Any help would be appreciated.17:48
zykes-JuanPerez: tell me this then, what's the use of the EAP program open signup ?17:49
pvoanoopl: Please use to paste tracebacks. It mades it easier to read and doesn't flood the channel.17:50
pvoalso, does your nova.conf have the correct credentials to talk to libvirt on teh compute node?17:50
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deshantmOutBackDingo: where are you running your nova install exactly?18:03
JuanPerezzykes: The EAP form is used to register to be in the EAP program, but not all customers who sign up are going to be selected18:04
JuanPerezzykes: Total around 5 customers will be part of EAP (i called it POC, but it's offiicially EAP)18:05
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JuanPerezzykes: There is also a chance that they may also make the code available later on as part of a beta program or something, but i'm just speculating18:05
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zykes-JuanPerez: it would be terribly weird then to have a EAP and a public signup ..18:07
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JuanPerezzykes: Yah, it could be that they are going to release the EAP code to those who sign up once it's a bit more stable and incorporates the Diable release of OpenStack.18:09
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JuanPerezzykes: It will work similar to how a normal XenServer/OpenStack deployment works (, where Dom0 is XenServer and the OpenStack/Olympus code runs in DomU.18:14
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zykes-how does one do it in xenserver, deploy nova etc in a vm ?18:16
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JuanPerezzykes: Install XenServer 5.6 SP2 on server. Then create a Ubuntu 32-bit VM on the XenServer host.  Preferably, Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit with XenTools installed.  The Ubuntu VM will be what runs the OpenStack code.  More details at
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zykes-will the vm be balanced then between hosts by nova ?18:31
pvozykes-: there is one compute node per host. It runs in a vm (dom-u) on the host that is being managed.18:31
JuanPerezzykes:  For multiple hosts, you would follow the same process of setting up a Ubuntu VM to run on the Host.18:31
pvoJuanPerez is correct. You have 1 to 1 for compute vms and hypervisors with XenServer.18:32
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amccabeJuanPerez: i was just about to ask a question about that setup.  I didn't install with the ubuntu domU with with XenTools, but I installed the rest of nova and glance, and then realized I was missing the paravirt drivers when I got all sorts of IOErrors trying to read /sys/hypervisor/...18:35
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JuanPerezamccabe: Yes, that is correct. PV drivers are needed for communication with hosts hypervisor.  I learned that the hard way also :)  I'd recommend Ubuntu 10.04, 32-bit, ext3, 1vcpu, and with XenTools.18:37
amccabei've tried installing xen-utils, xen-utils-3.3, using xencenter to install xe-guest-utilities... no matter what i try, /sys/hypervisor isn't present afterwards18:37
JuanPerezamccabe:  here are steps I followed to install xentools: Install XenTools on Ubuntu VM18:39
JuanPerez1. present xentools iso via XenCenter18:39
JuanPerez2. woodim --devices # to find cd rom18:39
JuanPerez3. mount /dev/scd0 /media/cdrom0/18:39
JuanPerez4. cd /media/cdrom018:39
JuanPerez5. cd Linux18:39
JuanPerez6. bash install.sh18:39
JuanPerez7. reboot18:39
zykes-JuanPerez: for testing is xenserver 6.0 beta a bad idea ?18:39
JuanPerezsorry about multiple lines18:39
jtannerit presents an virtual disk like vmware tools then?18:39
deshantmamccade: where is your nova instance installed exactly?18:39
amccabeJuanPerez: many thanks18:40
amccabedeshantm: xenserver 5.618:40
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JuanPerezzykes: if it's just testing, i say go for it, but i haven't personally tested it, so i'm not sure if there will be any issues18:40
deshantmamccade: in a Ubuntu VM though?18:41
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JuanPerezjtanner: you install using xentools ISO like vmware tools; is that what you're asking?18:41
amccabedeshantm: yes - a 32 bit Ubuntu 10.04 domU18:42
deshantmzykes-: if you do test it let us know if there are any issues. We do want to support XenServer/XCP well18:42
jtannerJuanPerez, yeah, just saying that it seems to be like install vmware tools on a guest18:42
deshantmamccade: do you have the xenapi plugins on the XenServer dom0?18:43
anooplpvo: thanks , sorry I was away. I will use pastie18:43
amccabedeshantm: that's where i'm running into issues18:44
JuanPerezjtanner: yup, same process18:45
zykes-deshantm: xcp ?18:45
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deshantmamccade: we have a RPM for it (still not tested much yet), but it does install here:18:45
zykes-isn't that gonna be phased out when olympus comes along ?18:45
annegentledoc team meeting in about one hour fifteen minutes from now in #openstack-meeting18:46
deshantmzykes-: XCP is the Xen Cloud Platform18:46
zykes-deshantm: meaning ?18:46
deshantmzykes-: XCP is open source XenServer18:46
deshantmit is here to stay18:46
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deshantmzykes-: we are also porting the xcp components, such as xapi to Debian/Ubuntu:
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DW-10297Howdy, has anyone yet tried using Gluster as the back end storage for VMs in Nova or should i try again in diablo when it supports 'san' type environments better?18:53
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kbringardDW-10297: we considered it but backed out for other reasons… it should work fine if you just export the mountpoint as NFS and make sure it has read/write access from all of your compute nodes18:57
OutBackDingodeshantm: i built a ubuntu vm on the xcp host18:58
OutBackDingodeshantm: and there is no /sys/hypervisor18:59
OutBackDingoif you ask me it needs to be on the XCP host itself18:59
OutBackDingowhich i dont see being feasible18:59
deshantmthe way you have it should work18:59
deshantmOutBackDingo: did you install the VMTools?19:01
deshantm(on the Ubuntu guest)19:02
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OutBackDingodeshantm: i tried that on a couple others and didnt seem to work19:03
deshantmOutBackDingo: try on this Ubuntu VM and let me know the error/problem specifically19:04
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DW-10297kbringard: I'm planning on having about 30 or so hypervisor nodes and potentially thousands of VMs, if I keep adding gluster nodes it should scale?19:06
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kbringardin theory… so long as you can get the throughput necessary on the NFS mount19:07
kbringardbut I mean, I've never tried it to see how it'll scale19:07
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kbringardI just know that on a base level it works19:08
OutBackDingodeshantm: ok done19:08
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zykes-kbringard: to see if what scales?19:10
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kbringardusing gluster as an NFS mounted file system to host VMs19:11
anooplI am trying to install Diablo 3 on ScientificLinux 6.119:12
anooplI get libvirtd authentication failure error19:12
OutBackDingodeshantm: same thing
anooplplease find the pastie for a detailed info:19:13
OutBackDingoand tools are installed but dont appear to do anything19:13
anooplany help on this would be appreciated19:13
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deshantmOutBackDingo: so it is basically working though right19:16
OutBackDingodeshantm: well not working if i cant launch an instance due to it not being able to find a hypervisor19:17
OutBackDingothough i dont see what xm-tools being installed did even19:17
OutBackDingonothing seems different which is the same result i had on the other boxes, so is it tools thats broken19:18
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deshantmOutBackDingo: did you try to restart the nova VM?19:18
OutBackDingoall three are listed as shutoff and this is the only error i can see19:19
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OutBackDingobeing the nova.compute.manager [-] Instance '3' failed to spawn. Is virtualization enabled in the BIOS? Details: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sys/hypervisor/uuid'19:19
deshantmOutBackDingo: I mean the Ubuntu 10.10 VM that you just installed the VMTools on19:20
OutBackDingodeshantm: yupp i rebooted it after i installed tools19:20
OutBackDingodeshantm: im questioning if tools installs even correctly,19:21
deshantmI mean did you reboot after?19:21
deshantmoh ok19:21
deshantmit looks like it installed correctly19:21
deshantmno errors19:21
OutBackDingoand still /sys/hypervisor is empty19:21
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OutBackDingonope no errors, but whats it install, any way i can validate tools is working?19:22
deshantmOutBackDingo: a better question for the xen channels (#xen-api, ##xen) or even #citrix19:23
deshantm(or even google :))19:23
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OutBackDingodeshantm: googles no help :)19:24
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GeorgeOutBackDingo: if you use XenCenter, on the General tab of your Ubuntu instance you'll see the "Virtualization state"19:28
Georgeif it says "Optimized"19:28
Georgethen your Xentools are installed properly19:28
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OutBackDingohrmmmm this is a default ubuntu server install, do i need to install the ubuntu xen kernel on it for these tools to work?19:29
OutBackDingoGeorge: yeah thanks, but sorry XenCenter requires windows and we dont run windows :)19:29
amccabeOutBackDingo: i'm having the same problems as you.  no apparent errors installing xe-guest-utilities, but no /sys/hypervisor/ directory after rebooting19:29
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OutBackDingoamccabe: soooo the question is, do we need an xen kernel installed on the ubuntu vm19:30
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amccabeOutBackDingo: yup.  it seemed like the paravirt drivers would be enough based on some googling19:31
jtannerdoesn't seem like ubuntu is a supported platform for xenserver19:31
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OutBackDingoamccabe: This involves obtaining a Xen-enabled PV kernel from the distribution,19:33
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OutBackDingoamccabe: you using 10.10 ??19:37
amccabeOutBackDingo: 10.0419:37
OutBackDingoamccabe: im thinking im going to try to upgrade this to 11.04 kernel 3.0 which should hopefully work19:38
OutBackDingosince it includes full xen support19:38
amccabeOutBackDingo: we're going to try centos 5.5 over here19:39
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OutBackDingodeshantm: beginning to get the feeling id be better off with openstack and XenServer :) LOL19:40
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kbringarddoes the power of 2 in swift-ring-builder create have to match up with the size of the disk that ring-builder add uses exactly?19:43
kbringardor like, if I use 2^10, should that work on a 20GB disk19:44
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kbringardsince there is more disk available than the ring was told to partition19:44
notmynamekbringard: the power that is used is for the number of partitions that are created. the weight is something you may want to adjust if you have heterogeneous disk sizes19:45
kbringardor do I not understand how this whole thing works together19:45
notmynamekbringard: ring partitions =/= disk partitions19:45
notmynameoverloaded word19:45
notmynamering partitions == partitions in the ring keyspace19:45
kbringardany idea what I'm doing wrong here… admittedly I don't entirely understand the entire architecture yet, I'm starting by following the wiki howto19:46
notmynamekbringard: run that command with a --help option (or no options at all) and you will get a long help/usage message19:46
kbringardthat is a literal interpretation of swift-ring-builder account.builder add z$ZONE-$STORAGE_LOCAL_NET_IP:6002/$DEVICE $WEIGHT19:47
Georgezswifttest should be z119:47
kbringardoooooo, the zones have to be an int19:47
Georgeit cannot be a name19:47
deshantmOutBackDingo: you can use OpenXenManager19:47
kbringardgot it19:47
kbringardthanks George19:47
OutBackDingodeshantm: i have been, and its super buggy19:48
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deshantmOutBackDingo: Let's discuss some of these Xen specifics in the Xen channels and mailing lists as needed19:49
kbringardhah, rebalance doesn't like it if I've not installed the other zones yet, so I only have one.. it would seem19:49
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Georgeyes, if you ran "swift-ring-builder account.builder create 18 3 1" then you'll first have to create 3 zones before rebalancing19:51
kbringardyea, makes sense19:52
kbringardI have 5 machines up, but I'm still getting the hang of it… thanks for the practical advice, it's much helpful19:52
kbringardI did create 10 3 119:52
kbringardbecause I'm testing the install on VMs so I wanted to make sure I had enough space, haha19:52
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George10 is the number of bits from the MD5 hash used that are used for indexing, and it defines how many files you can store, I think19:53
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kbringardah, OK19:54
kbringardthe docs says it's the value the partition is sized to, and I should set it to the total amount of storage I expect the entire ring to use19:54
Georgeread this blog, it's the best explanation I found for the rings:
kbringardawesome, thanks19:55
Georgeyou'll need some coffee before starting though :)19:55
kbringardhaha, indeed19:56
kbringardI've had 3 cups so far today19:56
kbringardI generally get quite caffeinated before I take on a new piece of OpenStack :-D19:57
notmynamegholt: on the openstack channel: "read this blog, it's the best explanation I found for the rings:" and later "you'll need some coffee before starting though :)"19:57
kbringardbut hilarious none the less19:57
notmynamejust sharing the love with the author of that post :-)19:58
annegentleDoc team meeting in a few minutes in #openstack-meeting19:58
kbringardone time I misfired some home loan stuff I was talking with my wife about on IM into a work channel19:58
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Georgekbringard: this howto works for Swift, give it a try
kbringardooOOOoo, thats a good doc… a lot of it is lifted from the wiki, but it uses concrete details which help me understand better20:02
kbringardthanks again George20:02
kbringardI'm glad I asked about this while you were around20:02
Georgeby the way, the Cisco doc has an old config which doesn't work with the new auth used by Swift and you'll have to use "swauth"20:06
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creihtCisco Doc?20:07
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kbringardso I only have to create and add the ring stuff to the proxy, and so long as swift is installed and using the correct hash_path_prefix on each of the nodes then the proxy does the rest of the work, correct?20:11
Georgethis is a working config:
kbringardok, yea, that's what my proxy config looks like20:12
kbringardthen I installed swift on all the nodes, created the account, container and object rings on the proxy20:13
kbringardthen added all the nodes via the add command20:13
Georgeyou still have to create configs for container, object and account services on each storage node, setup rsync, create and format the partitions, etc20:14
kbringardOK, so that stuff has to be done on all the nodes, got it20:14
Georgefollow the Cisco doc, it's pretty straight-forward20:14
kbringardI didn't know if I only had to do it on the proxy20:14
kbringardso when it says "For every storage device, on each node, add entries to each ring"20:14
kbringardthat means on every node in the cluster20:15
kbringardgot it20:15
kbringardah, OK, my bad, I didn't realize there was a whole other section for storage nodes20:15
Georgeyou need more coffee my fried20:16
Georgeand I have to go home20:16
kbringardokie, thank again for all the help20:16
* kbringard looks for that coffee machine20:16
Georgewlecome, bye20:16
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fnd_o_nashtrashrebooted an instance, now instance pings, but not reachable by ssh.  Any advice?20:39
sloopfind the problem and fix it20:40
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sloopfnd_o_nashtrash, get on the console of the instance?20:41
fnd_o_nashtrashcan't get console due to "error: internal error character device (null) is not using a PTY" bug (running d3)20:41
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fnd_o_nashtrashIs there workaround for console access?20:52
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Guest77784hi, i need help in setting up networking in nova d321:09
Guest77784can someone help me, please?21:10
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uvirtbotNew bug: #826966 in nova "authorize source security group fails with euca2ools 1.2" [Undecided,New]
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Guest77784hi all, can i ask a quick question about networking in d3?21:16
kbringardGuest77784: ask away, if anyone knows they'll answer21:17
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Guest77784it's just a clarification, i don't understand what is differences between flat_interface, bridge_interface, public_interface in d321:18
Guest77784can you help me?21:18
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fnd_o_nashtrashcan't get console due to "error: internal error character device (null) is not using a PTY" bug... anyone know a workaround?21:26
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Guest77784fnd_o_nashtrash: how can you log into serial console?22:12
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OutBackDingoamccabe: hey... seems if i install Ubuntu from teplates under XCP it actually works23:32
amccabeOutBackDingo: great minds think alike... the Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit (experimental) one?23:33
amccabeOutBackDingo: i used
OutBackDingoi used the 64 bit and it worked23:33
amccabeOutBackDingo: thanks for following up23:34
OutBackDingono worries, we'll get thru this one way or another23:34
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amccabemany more days like today, and my solution might rhyme with KVM23:35
uvirtbotNew bug: #827024 in nova "exceptions get eaten during image register failures" [Low,In progress]
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kjwcodeHello, folks.  Reading the OpenStack Compute Admin manual section 3.4.2, Scripted Installation.  One of the inputs to nova-install is "... a network range for all projects in CIDR format".  Is this a private network used by OpenStack alone, or is it the same network as the cloud controller's interface to the wider network?23:44
uvirtbotNew bug: #827034 in glance "'RequestContext' object has no attribute 'is_image_visible'" [Critical,New]
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