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IRC log for #fuel, 2015-02-24

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02:48 Topic for #fuel is now Fuel 5.1.1 (Icehouse) and Fuel 6.0 (Juno) https://software.mirantis.com | Fuel for Openstack: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Fuel | Paste here http://paste.openstack.org/ | IRC logs http://irclog.perlgeek.de/fuel/
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07:37 ARaza How can i integrate deployed openstack fuel with exisiting ceph?Any hack or any idea?Any online guide for this?
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08:33 Miouge I have this message in fuel: “Changes from Fuel CLI take precedence over any settings made from your browser.” How can I cancel the CLI changes ?
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09:14 hyperbaba Hello, I am going to deploy new cloud using fuel 5.1.1. Just one question; how many Pubic ip addresses I need to "reserve" for the cloud itself (beside floating ip pool) ?
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09:43 dklepikov hyperbaba : Hello, http://docs.mirantis.com/openstack/fuel/fuel-5.1/reference-architecture.html#public-and-floating-ip-address-requirements
09:48 hyperbaba_ dklepikov: Thank you. When using LBaaS are addresses for the service are taken from public or floating ip pool?
09:57 dklepikov hyperbaba : LBaaS you create into openstack, so IP for LBaaS cluster  (GW IP) will be taken from floating IP pool
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12:31 pbeskow How can I use the temp_url functionality with Ceph and Radosgw with Fuel 6.0? As far as I can tell Ceph supports the api, but when I try to use it with openstack deployed using fuel it does not appear to work.
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15:30 pbeskow Why can't two tenants reuse container names, i.e., if one has created a container 'foo', the other tenant will not be able to create that name.
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17:36 rmoe pbeskow: Ceph only has a single namespace for all rgw users
17:36 rmoe pbeskow: http://tracker.ceph.com/issues/5073
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18:48 eriswans Is there some requirement or expectation of a DHCP server in my public/external network? I’m getting failures to install (Fuel 6.0, same issue with CentOS and Ubuntu), and notice that the last syslogs I get from a node before it goes off the radar indicate that it’s trying to DHCP on eth1, which it should *NOT* be. (Topology is: Admin/PXE as native on eth0, everything else tagged on eth1.)
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19:24 Topic for #fuel is now Fuel 5.1.1 (Icehouse) and Fuel 6.0 (Juno) https://software.mirantis.com | Fuel for Openstack: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Fuel | Paste here http://paste.openstack.org/ | IRC logs http://irclog.perlgeek.de/fuel/
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20:44 eriswans Is there somewhere other than this channel that I should ask? I tried from scratch with the same setup with a 6.1 build and got the exact same result: After “Installing OpenStack” starts, “Node … has gone away…”. Last thing in puppet log is “(L23network::L2::Port[eth1]) Starting to evaluate the resource”
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21:03 bookwar eriswans: you install master-node, then configure, then run deployment and it fails?
21:03 eriswans yes
21:04 eriswans want me to upload the diagnostic snapshot tarball from my last attempt?
21:04 bookwar eriswans: yeah, i think filing a bug at launchpad with diagnostic snapshot will make it easier for people to check the details and logs
21:06 bookwar but you can discover nodes over the network?
21:06 bookwar it fails only on deploy?
21:06 eriswans network test was 100% good
21:06 eriswans install was good until puppet started touching the nics, I think.
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21:11 bookwar eriswans: that's strange, but i doubt i can help you directly, so it is better to start with the bug
21:19 eriswans https://bugs.launchpad.net/fuel/+bug/1425284
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23:52 xarses eriswans: are you deploying on vmware?
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23:54 eriswans xarses: Yes: vmxnet3 adapters, qemu virtualization, trying to emulate what it’d be like on bare metal as closely as possible.
23:54 eriswans (So none of the vsphere integration stuff.)
23:56 xarses yep, you need to use e1000 nic type and if you have any vlan tagged interfaces and you have to allow/permit the three security policies on all of the (d)vSwitches that are attached to the nodes
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23:57 eriswans So the networking test reporting that everything was good was a false-positive?
23:57 xarses https://vimeo.com/104349381 @ 1:26
23:58 xarses it doesn't stuff everything into an ovs interface which would have caused you to see this before deployment
23:58 eriswans I can easily try with the different nic type; they’re all on the same esx host so the vswitch stuff is the simplest-possible case. Looking at video now.

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