Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #fuel, 2014-06-24

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08:02 saibarspeis Hello guys. I have a simple question regarding Fuel 5.0
08:03 saibarspeis Do you know if you can now change the PXE listening interface after installing from the ISO ? Or do I have to install using PXE network routed to the internet in order to complete the setup like I used to do for Fuel 4.1 ?
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10:29 saibarspeis Hi, anybody here ? Can you tell me what are the docker0 and vethXX[a-z] in the new Fuel 5.0 ?
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10:29 saibarspeis What do I configure, the actual eth interfaces or these virtual ones ?
10:29 saibarspeis I'm of course talking about fuelmenu
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11:04 mattymo saibarspeis, ignore those ones. I've patched it for 5.1 but they'll show up in Fuel Setup
11:04 mattymo they're related to containerized services for Fuel Master, like nailgun, cobbler, rsync, postgres, etc
11:05 mattymo you only want to configure your internet connection (like eth1) and your admin network (like eth0)
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11:37 odyssey4me mattymo - I'm told (https://answers.launchpad.net/fuel/+question/249078) that it is possible through the CLI to split the public and floating networks, but I don't appear to be getting it quite right... can you assist?
11:38 mattymo you can download the config for the environment, modify it, and reupload it
11:38 mattymo and it won't be validated
11:38 mattymo but you can try to deploy it
11:39 mattymo as far as split public/floating, I thought you can't split it up, but Miroslav says it should work
11:39 odyssey4me I just need to understand the process properly. I've downloaded an environment network configuration, made some changes and uploaded it. The UI doesn't reflect my changes and gives an error tat a network id doesn't exist.
11:39 mattymo the UI doesn't try to parase it
11:39 mattymo the UI doesn't try to parse it*
11:39 mattymo just deploy from fuel CLI
11:39 odyssey4me ok, let me give it a bash
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11:56 odyssey4me mattymo - in the network yaml file for the environment, the id appears to refer to something stored somewhere else?
11:57 mattymo I'm not sure what you mean odyssey4me
11:58 odyssey4me mattymo - an extract: http://paste.openstack.org/show/84780/
11:59 odyssey4me it has an id field with the value 2, I'm guessing this needs to be registered somewhere so that you can map a node's interfaces to the same network?
11:59 mattymo I'm not sure if it gets used actually
12:00 mattymo it just gets added as a network to neutron
12:00 mattymo oh it gets indexed against the public and admin networks, of course
12:00 mattymo just so there's some primary key here in the DB
12:01 odyssey4me ok, so if I add another network with a new id, then upload it... how does it get created in the DB?
12:02 mattymo if you're modifying the yaml, it will get stored as literal text in the db
12:02 mattymo and not rendered
12:02 mattymo you should simply modify this one
12:08 odyssey4me ah ok - so the id/DB is only relevent to the UI
12:10 mattymo I hope so
12:10 odyssey4me if I'm deploying all nodes with the same network configuration - is there a way via the CLI to apply the same network configuration to them?
12:10 mattymo I believe it's generated and its config is generated in the yaml you downloaded
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16:04 TVR_ anyone ever see CSRF verification failed. Request aborted. 403 error before?
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17:26 mattgriffin i read in the 5.0 docs that pt-archiver is included in Mirantis OpenStack. where can i find it? http://docs.mirantis.com/openstack/fuel/fuel-5.0/operations.html?highlight=percona
17:27 mattgriffin i have Fuel up and running and have created an OpenStack environment
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17:42 angdraug mattgriffin: yum|apt-get install percona-toolkit
17:43 angdraug the package is there on the master node but it's not installed by default
17:43 mattgriffin angdraug, ack. thanks!
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18:18 albionandrew xarses: MiroslavAnashkin I was thinking about putting the Ceph Journal on an ssd. Does Fuel allow me just to create  Ceph  and not the ceph journal?
18:26 angdraug albionandrew: that's the default
18:26 angdraug you need to go into disk settings for nodes to allocate any drives to ceph journal
18:26 albionandrew angdraug: The default is not to create the journal?
18:26 angdraug yes, the default is to allocate all non-boot drives to ceph, without dedicated journal drives
18:27 angdraug journal will be local on each osd
18:27 angdraug fuel doesn't know which of your drives are ssds so it doesn't try to be too smart
18:28 albionandrew angdraug: Great Thanks
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18:33 mutex saibarspeis: you would have to change the interface that the docker instance binds to
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22:54 Kupo24z1 xarses: you there?
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23:36 Kupo24z1 Is it possible to change the private ip endpoints to public for internal/admin URLs?
23:36 Kupo24z1 or can i use keystone create-endpoint with all public url's using the same service id?
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