Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #fuel, 2014-06-23

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11:21 obcecado hi guys
11:21 obcecado after deploying openstack using fuel 5.0
11:22 obcecado should i have neutron's vpnaas bundled in?
11:36 mattymo obcecado, it's not implemented by default
11:39 obcecado hmm any serious bug happening?
11:39 obcecado or just didn't have the time to bundle it?
11:39 mattymo more the latter
11:39 obcecado ok
11:39 obcecado thank you for the info mattymo
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14:57 wrale_ hello again..i'm looking through the 5.0 manuals for information about baseboard management (ipmi) interfaces and on which (V)LAN they should reside. the manual says that the fuel master node should have access to the ipmi cards, but by what named network?  otherwise, is this a third LAN connected to the master node? (public, admin, ipmi)?
14:59 wrale_ another question: does HA require multiple fuel master nodes (not controller nodes)?
14:59 wrale_ (i know i need multiple controller nodes for H/A)
15:01 MiroslavAnashkin IPMI network does not belong to any Fuel or Openstack network
15:01 MiroslavAnashkin Master node currently cannot be installed in HA mode
15:02 wrale_ excellent, thank you
15:03 MiroslavAnashkin If your IPMI interface shares NIC with one of OpenStack/Fuel network - you may configure it to use separate VLAN, not used by any of OpenStack networks.
15:05 wrale_ cool.. so i'll probably set up a dhcp server on the master for only my ipmi stuff
15:05 wrale_ or elsewhere, perhaps
15:06 MiroslavAnashkin You may, but this DHCP should not be visible from Fuel Admin network and from all the OpenStack networks
15:07 wrale_ that makes sense.  i wonder if i might conflict with the other dhcp activity happening with cobbler, should i attempt to configure dhcp for ipmi
15:27 wrale_ i'll just put ipmi dhcp on my "cloud operator" desktop
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16:14 wrale_ what's with the license limit of 10 machines?  that's not open source.  is there a community distro of fuel?
16:15 wrale_ (in the colloquial sense, it's not open source)
16:21 wrale_ Anyone? "ubject to the following terms, Mirantis grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable limited license to use Mirantis OpenStack Software for the purpose of evaluating and testing Mirantis OpenStack Software across no more than ten (10) nodes for internal use only. "
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16:36 wrale_ if i build my own iso, is this still the case?
16:47 MiroslavAnashkin wrale_: I believe the best way to obtain all the legal info about licensing is to use Mirantis portal. Please feel free to contact sales/marketing by the following link: http://online.mirantis.com/contact-us
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16:55 MiroslavAnashkin Those of us here on IRC aren't lawyers nor are we the management responsible for the product licensing.  We're technicians, working with the bits and bytes, not with dollars nor with contracts. :-(
16:56 TVR_ I hear ya there man
16:57 wrale_ I understand.. I guess I asked out of alarm rather than rationality.
16:58 wrale_ I'm going to try to build the iso.. All the github repos are apache..Seems like the outcome would be less hindered by the portal license.
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20:51 albionandrew xarses: MiroslavAnashkin What do you think is the best way to monitor the dhcp service in Fuel?
20:52 xarses the fuel admin service or the openstack one?
20:53 albionandrew xarses: the one in openstacks.
20:53 albionandrew When it fails it causes us all finds of problems.
20:54 xarses It's supposed to be ensured running by pacemaker/corosync
20:54 xarses I would monitor that first
20:54 albionandrew so look for a nagios check that keeps an eye on those two would be the place to start
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20:55 xarses if you want to know if it actually works, then you need to send it dhcp requests and ensure that it responds
20:55 xarses usually, its running correctly if the neutron-dhcp-agent is running
20:55 albionandrew and the dhcp agent should be running on 2 controllers?
20:56 xarses monitoring the individual dnsmasq processes will be alot more painful
20:56 xarses no, dhcp-agent should only be running on one
20:56 xarses at this time
20:56 xarses probably changing soon
20:56 xarses likely 6.0
20:56 albionandrew crm status | grepping for dhcp should be enough?
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21:01 xarses crm_mon -1
21:01 xarses it can also give xml output
21:02 xarses have to grep for dhcp and some form of running
21:02 albionandrew xarses: thanks
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22:32 mutex so is enabling nagios monitoring on my fuel installation as easy as uncommenting the class nagios from /etc/puppet/modules/site.pp ?
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