Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #fuel-dev, 2016-05-10

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07:22 barthalion folks, before I start poking people around…
07:23 barthalion on 8.0, I did "fuel2 node create-vms-conf 4 --conf (...)"
07:23 barthalion and now I want to deploy OpenStack
07:23 barthalion fuel --env 1 deployment --default happily says me: "500 Server Error: Internal Server Error (The node virt is not in the digraph)"
07:24 barthalion my team ran exactly same commands on Fuel 8 on different server and it worked
07:24 barthalion here it doesn't
07:24 barthalion any idea why?
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08:28 barthalion same thing happens for all other roles, actually
08:29 barthalion kozhukalov: your thoughts? ↑
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09:21 zynzel barthalion: did you run fuel2 env spawn-vms?
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09:55 noshankus Hi guys - I think I've found a bug during installation. Could anyone help me verify? The weird thing is that this is on the Mirantis fuel, the fuel-community-9.0 and the fuel-community-10 nightly...
09:56 noshankus During installation, the kickstart post fails at the partition section because it calls /sbin/grub when only grub2 is available... i.e. there is no grub command
09:56 noshankus echo "cat /tmp/grub.script | chroot /mnt/sysimage /sbin/grub --no-floppy --batch" >> /tmp/post_partition.ks
09:57 noshankus the log file: "anaconda-post-partition.log" has this error: "chroot: failed to run command '/sbin/grub': No such file or directory
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13:53 mwhahaha network template question, is there a way to pull down the default one?  i'm just getting a 'null\n...' when i attempt to download the network template
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14:41 pbelamge Hi team
14:42 aglarendil mwhahaha: I guess you can find default templates in fixtures directory
14:42 aglarendil of nailgun
14:42 mwhahaha why don't we populate it :/
14:42 mwhahaha that's not very user friendly
14:42 aglarendil mwhahaha: I have no idea, I am pretty much new to network templates myself
14:42 aglarendil hi @pbelamge
14:43 mwhahaha yea i'm pretty much figuring it out as i go :D which is pretty normal for any of our advanced features which is not good
14:43 pbelamge we wrote a plugin a service which takes some of the inputs from users through fuel settings like use_ssl: true along with custom certificate and we having hiera override for the same purpose
14:44 aglarendil okay, so what is your question?
14:44 pbelamge now, when we deploy the plugin, pem file is not created which we passed to hiera override
14:45 aglarendil which Fuel are you using?
14:45 pbelamge do we need to create a file for .pem explictly? or does fuel library provide any functions to do the job?
14:45 pbelamge fuel-9
14:46 aglarendil okay, so which task creates an override and which one uses these overrides?
14:46 aglarendil it could be due to misconfiguration of tasks order
14:46 aglarendil @kozhukalov ^^ may be you could help noshankus
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14:55 pbelamge in deployment_tasks we have the below order
14:56 pbelamge id: service, which requires tasks to be executed :
14:56 pbelamge - fuel_pkgs
14:56 pbelamge - hiera
14:56 pbelamge - globals
14:56 pbelamge - logging
14:56 pbelamge - tools
14:56 pbelamge - netconfig
14:56 pbelamge - hosts
14:56 pbelamge - firewall
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14:56 pbelamge then we have id: service-haproxy
14:56 aglarendil okay, so where are the non-core tasks ?
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14:59 pbelamge the first task is required for haproxy, keystone for the service
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15:33 aglarendil @pbelamge I am afraid I could not understand your use-case. so you want to replace vanilla Fuel SSL configuration with something that you plugin provides, don't you?
15:34 pbelamge your right
15:35 pbelamge only the custom certificate that we get through fuel settings, we need as a pem file
15:35 pbelamge so my doubt is: is fuel creates the file or do we need to create explicitly?
15:35 mwhahaha I thought we provided both methods
15:36 mwhahaha an end user can provide their own pem or we can generate it
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15:46 pbelamge when we provide pem through fuel settings, we are unable to see the pem file
15:47 pbelamge so, wanted to know what method to use to create pem file?
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15:47 aglarendil what do you mean by saying "unable to see the pem file"? where do you expect to find it?
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15:49 pbelamge I thought it'll create the file in the certs folder where we have pem file for other services
15:57 aglarendil you might want to check in /var/lib/fuel/keys
15:57 aglarendil oops
15:57 aglarendil /var/lib/astute/haproxy/
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16:35 pbelamge ok, thank you
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23:41 mwhahaha aglarendil or ashtokolov: why would a task's requires get droppped if it has a cross depends for plugins? I've got a task with a cross depends and the requires is not being enforced so it gets run before it should on the local node. ie, requiring globals, cross-depends a controller task. it gets run before globals
23:43 mwhahaha aglarendil ashtokolov: specifically, http://paste.openstack.org/show/BufCv4HQdANCOHxJbMIi/ the kubelet is getting run on the pod nodes before globals or netconfig. here's the task from the astute logs for the non-controller node http://paste.openstack.org/show/496638/ it doesn't have the requires but the one from the controller node
23:43 mwhahaha http://paste.openstack.org/show/496639/ does
23:45 mwhahaha or is it related to https://review.openstack.org/#/c/311142/

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