Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #fuel, 2015-06-16

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02:21 Samos123 it seems important documentation about having to create the repos is missing?
02:21 Samos123 expected it in user guide, but didn't find it maybe its somewhere else
02:24 Samos123 tried fuel-createmirror but failing: http://paste.openstack.org/show/294683/
02:28 docaedo Samos123: are you using community release (from fuel-infra) or download from mirantis.com?
02:29 Samos123 fuel-infra
02:30 Samos123 build_id: 2015-06-12_05-40-59
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02:31 docaedo Samos123: I'll try to find a link to docs for you - we have an MOS Fuel RC ready, but I'm not sure where the doc release stands (though good chance someone else will speak up with details shortly)
02:31 Samos123 using this doc: https://docs.mirantis.com/fuel/fuel-master/user-guide.html
02:32 docaedo ah ok, that should be up to date - any chance there's a firewall blocking access?
02:32 Samos123 docaedo: high chance
02:32 Samos123 anyway i can scp the repo over locally to there
02:34 docaedo Samos123: Should be relatively trivial to do that - I'll see if I can get some guidance, might take a little bit
02:35 Samos123 docaedo: yea maybe i shouldn't be lazy and ask and do some google fu instead, would still appreciate it if there is some text available ready though :P
02:37 docaedo Samos123: in the mean time (I don't see anything obvious in the docs), maybe try modifying that script and adding "-e ssh" to the rsync commands to force it to try using rsync-over-ssh? NOT SURE that will work, but I don't have any way to replicate the issue right now...
02:38 docaedo Samos123: in the mean time (I don't see anything obvious in the docs), maybe try modifying that script and adding "-e ssh" to the rsync commands to force it to try using rsync-over-ssh? NOT SURE that will work, but I don't have any way to replicate the issue right now...
02:48 Samos123 docaedo: the rsync command is hard to find. It's localated in /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/fuel_package_updates/
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02:53 docaedo adding "-e ssh -l user" might be bum advice anyway, as it's only going to help you if you have an account on the other end.
02:54 docaedo I know I saw a conversation about handling the situation when the master node is behind a proxy, but I haven't found an answer for that (though I'm pretty sure there's a workaround)
02:54 Samos123 there is a http_proxy and rsync_proxy parameter in /etc/fuel-createmirror/common.cfg
02:54 docaedo I'll be offline for the next hour or so, but will try to circle back - and meanwhile, have sent a note to some who could hopefully help
02:54 Samos123 problem is i don't have a http proxy either
02:54 Samos123 but internet access is working but guess it's blocking rsync
03:01 docaedo Samos123: if you don't see a response here pretty soon, would be good to write to openstack-dev, [fuel] in the subject, and details of what you've run into. at a minimum will be seen by a lot of people, and will probably result in a clear workaround (or pointer to such if it exists)
03:02 docaedo Samos123: Looking in my email, I see this was raised some time ago as a concern with mention of "just run wget --recursive http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/" BUT it's not clear what other steps have to be take to get Fuel working right after that
03:03 docaedo Samos123: OK now I'm REALLY going away for a bit :) But suggest you write openstack-dev to be sure it gets a thorough response
03:07 Samos123 ok thanks
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03:36 Samos123 the wget --recursive didn't really work. became quite troublesome by not having the packages contained within the iso
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07:38 circ-user-Cn33e nick jca
07:39 jca_mad who
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07:52 spamadjca hi, one question regarding fuel-community 6.1: ubuntu or centos? On fuel6.0 centos worked fine, but the ubuntu versions had some problems.....
07:53 DrSlump1 use what works for you ;o
07:54 spamadjca I don't have any special preference....I like what it works :)
07:55 DrSlump1 probably stick with centos then. 6.1 uses ubuntu 14.04 so it may fix things but may have it's own set of problems
07:56 spamadjca thx
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08:19 barthalion I think both are in the same good shape
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09:04 brain461 Samos123: the documentation regarding fuel-createmirror script is still on review, you may want to check this part: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/182226/21/pages/operations/external-ubuntu-ops.rst
09:06 brain461 in short, if you're behind an http proxy, and it supports proxying of rsync, try to set the "http_proxy" env value on the Fuel node and rerun the fuel-createmirror script
09:07 brain461 if you have a RH/Debian-based server with direct internet access, you could create the mirror there and scp it to your Fuel node. how to setup the fuel-createmirror script there, is described in the doc link posted above
09:07 brain461 Samos123: ^^
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13:26 Out_of_FUEL Hi there
13:27 Out_of_FUEL Someone to help me with a Fuel 6.1 over InfiniBand?
13:29 Out_of_FUEL Err... uhm... all geniuses at work ?!?
13:31 Out_of_FUEL ...silence...
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13:45 evg Out_of_FUEL: Hi, what's the problem with ib?
13:52 Samos123 seeing current issue when deploying environment using fuel 6.1 nightly: http://paste.openstack.org/show/295391/
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14:12 Samos123 weird seems a bug the image env_3_ubuntu_1404_amd64-boot.img.gz   did not get created for my env
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14:31 xbret Hi there! I?m currently using Fuel 6.0 and I was wondering if there was an easy way of using FWaaS with iptables.
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14:43 evg Samos123: Are you sure the "uri"s from your past are accessible?
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15:42 Samos123 evg: seems that was the issue indeed. Now on to the next issue the provisioning failed, seeing this error http://paste.openstack.org/show/295544/
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15:58 xarses Samos123: you can check that the admin interface is set for the node?
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16:02 Samos123 it's set, but let me add: the error node PXE booted from eth1 but in Fuel UI i selected eth0 to be used as admin/pxe interface. Note both eth1 and eth0 are on the same l2 so this should work. All other nodes pxe booted from eth0
16:02 Samos123 in Fuel UI all nodes have set the admin/pxe interface to eth0
16:08 Samos123 looking at the code in /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/fuel_agent/drivers/nailgun.py +365 the way admin_interface gets choosen may fail in this case? @xarses
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16:13 Samos123 I'm manually changing the code in /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/fuel_agent/drivers/nailgun.py to see if that works
16:17 Samos123 after manually hardcoding the mac address to compare it continues the provisioning
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21:18 darkhuy hey guys, if I wanted to access fuel node list via http with curl, how would i go about in providing the proper header and body for authentication?
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22:44 mwhahaha it's just keystone auth
22:45 mwhahaha darkhuy: curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"auth":{"passwordCredentials":{"username":"admin","password":"admin"},"tenantName":"admin"}}' http://localhost:8000/keystone/v2.0/tokens | python -m json.tool
22:45 mwhahaha grab the token
22:45 mwhahaha curl -H 'X-Auth-Token: <TOKENHERE>' localhost:8000/api/nodes
23:21 darkhuy mwhahaha: cool thanks :-)
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