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IRC log for #fuel, 2016-11-16

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02:49 Topic for #fuel is now Fuel 9.0 (Mitaka) https://www.fuel-infra.org/ | Paste here http://paste.openstack.org/ | IRC logs http://irclog.perlgeek.de/fuel/
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07:09 red_beard is there any rosetta stone of which services run on which ports for fuel specifically?  I've found the generic openstack list (http://docs.openstack.org/kilo/config-reference/content/firewalls-default-ports.html) but it's a pain to troubleshoot an install when i don't even know what _should_ be running to listen on different ports
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07:28 red_beard this is the traceback i'm currently getting when trying to run "fuelmenu" - https://paste.fedoraproject.org/482883/79281258/raw/
07:36 red_beard in addition, i can see the docs referring to fuel-createmirror (http://docs.openstack.org/developer/fuel-docs/userdocs/fuel-install-guide/upgrade/upgrade-local-repo.html), problem is it seems that script no longer exists.  there are messages in /etc/motd about packetary, but no directions on what to do or how it works
07:41 red_beard looking in the logs i'm also seeing some random things like (possibly) mis-defined dependencies between some of the units (e.g. statsenderd.service trying to talk to the local machine on 5432, but not setting a Wants= in the unit)
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08:16 krypto hello all any roadmap to integrate TCP cloud's docker based controller in fuel
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15:03 krypto trying fuel 10,but i dont see an optiopn to test CCP,is there any documentation for enabling this ,using build based on oct 20
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17:43 skape Hi guys, I need some help with fuel. i'm trying it out on 2 rather old DELL server with perc 6/i raid controlers, but the fuel bootstrap doesn't find the disks, the drivers (megaraid_sas) are in the image.
17:44 skape what am I missing ?
17:45 skape I tried fuel 9 and 10 on both the same behavior
17:50 evgenyl skape: Do you mean disks are not available on UI?
17:50 skape yes
17:50 evgenyl skape: Can you login into bootstrap node and check that they are visible for linux?
17:51 evgenyl skape: There are two options, nailgun-fuel-agent (which is run by cron) filters them out, or they are not visible for linux.
17:52 skape the disk is visible as sda
17:53 * red_beard is curious to read some other peoples answers, because i've been having a hell of a time with this
17:53 skape how can I change the nailgun filter
17:59 evgenyl skape: fuel nailgun agent is run periodically under cron, here is info where to find it https://github.com/openstack/fuel-nailgun-agent/blob/master/nailgun-agent.cron , in agent itself there is a lot of ugly legacy https://github.com/openstack/fuel-nailgun-agent/blob/master/agent , here is filtration logic
17:59 evgenyl https://github.com/openstack/fuel-nailgun-agent/blob/master/agent#L994 , it goes to /sys/block and checks several things, that disk is not removable https://github.com/openstack/fuel-nailgun-agent/blob/master/agent#L989-L991 and MAJOR parameter is in the list https://github.com/openstack/fuel-nailgun-agent/blob/master/agent#L53
17:59 evgenyl skape: you can add `puts` and run it manually, to figure out, where the disks get filtered out.
18:00 skape thx in the nailgun logs the disk sda is listed
18:04 evgenyl krypto: I'm not familiar with CCP roadmap, but currently it's not a part of standard Fuel iso.
18:06 evgenyl krypto: If you want to check it out, try asking on openstack-dev mailing list with tags Fuel and Fuel-CCP.
18:07 krypto thanks i will check there.. is fuel CCP based on tcp cloud's solution
18:11 evgenyl krypto: It's fast-growing project and a lot of things happen around it, I kind of lost track of what happens there, so it's better to ask folks who actually work on that.
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18:11 evgenyl krypto: Maybe ogelbukh can help with answering some questions.
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18:13 wolf Is there any way to play around with CCP right now?
18:17 ogelbukh krypto: no, fuel-ccp is not based on tcpcloud technology
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18:24 ogelbukh krypto: and it is not a part of ISO either
18:26 ogelbukh krypto: but you can try it out separately or on nodes installed as 'base os' by Fuel 9, I suppose
18:27 ogelbukh krypto: you will have to install kubernetes first using this guide: https://github.com/openstack/fuel-ccp-installer/blob/master/doc/source/quickstart.rst
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18:27 ogelbukh krypto: and then you can follow by installing openstack ccp by following https://github.com/openstack/fuel-ccp/blob/master/doc/source/quickstart.rst
18:28 ogelbukh ...and we lost him *sadface*
18:28 krypto thanks ogelbukh i thought its part of iso and started building environment using fuel 10. :)
18:28 ogelbukh oh! you're here :)
18:28 krypto did i miss any of your message last message was about ISO
18:28 ogelbukh ah
18:28 ogelbukh yeah
18:29 ogelbukh @ogelbukh> krypto: but you can try it out separately or on nodes installed as 'base os' by Fuel 9, I suppose
18:29 ogelbukh 10:27:16 <@ogelbukh> krypto: you will have to install kubernetes first using this guide: https://github.com/openstack/fuel-ccp-installer/blob/master/doc/source/quickstart.rst
18:29 ogelbukh 10:27:53 <@ogelbukh> krypto: and then you can follow by installing openstack ccp by following https://github.com/openstack/fuel-ccp/blob/master/doc/source/quickstart.rst
18:29 krypto awesome thanks ogelbukh
18:29 ogelbukh basically you could use fuel to provision operating system for you and then install fuel-ccp manually via command line
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18:33 krypto thanks ogelbukh i will follow the guide..
18:35 ogelbukh thank you, and please don't hesitate to share your outcomes and raise any issues
18:36 krypto i have a question related to dockersing controller ,In fuel 6-8 container based fuel services was very slow,often takes 10 minutes for the services to come up after os booting.Do you thing same can happen here for openstack services or is it addressed just curious :)
18:42 ogelbukh in fuel master containers, there was a puppet inside that configured the container on startup
18:43 ogelbukh in fuel-ccp, k8s native approach to containers configuration is used
18:43 ogelbukh it will start much more quickly
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18:46 krypto okkk thanks
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20:00 skape evgenyl: Hi again, When I run the nailgun-agent -d it lists the drive in the INFO part of the output, but also gives one error,
20:01 skape How can I 'put' the drive ? nailgun-agent has only one parameter
20:09 AlexAvadanii skape: I doubt you can, what does the error look like?
20:11 skape http://paste.openstack.org/show/589504/
20:15 skape AlexAvadanii: http://paste.openstack.org/show/589504/
20:16 AlexAvadanii skape: yes, looking at it, looks like a timeout :)
20:16 AlexAvadanii I'm not exactly a nailgun-agent dev, but I had issues with it before, so I can take a look
20:17 skape yes, but i'm not sure why this is happening,  because the disk is found and can be used by ubuntu
20:18 AlexAvadanii skape: can you making a backup of "/etc/nailgun_uid" (and thus removing this file), then rerunning nailgun-agent? this will enable more logging
20:18 AlexAvadanii nailgun-agent does some filtering/parsing of its own, maybe it's a wierd disk, happened to me with some network interfaces that were filtered out, nailgun-agent thinking they were DPDK devices
20:21 AlexAvadanii skape: how does the output of `ls -al "/dev/disk/by-id"` look like?
20:22 skape AlexAvadanii: http://paste.openstack.org/show/589506/
20:22 skape nailgun-agent rerun
20:23 skape http://paste.openstack.org/show/589508/    ls -al "/dev/disk/by-id"
20:26 AlexAvadanii skape: nailgun agent sees something it did expect there :)
20:26 AlexAvadanii here's an example of an "ok" disk/by-id config: http://paste.openstack.org/show/589507/
20:26 AlexAvadanii and here's the line that probably causes issues for you:
20:27 AlexAvadanii drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 120 Nov 16 16:13 scsi-SDELL_PERC_6
20:27 AlexAvadanii note that this is a dir :)
20:27 skape yes there are other links to the sda and its partitions
20:29 AlexAvadanii not exactly a ruby dev either, but I suspect that if we tweak nailgun-agent a little, it should work, just by omitting that dir
20:30 skape I just tried brutal force and removed it and it worked
20:30 skape maybe the script should use only files in this dircetory
20:31 skape and skip diretories
20:31 AlexAvadanii exactly my point ;) but people usually don't have dirs in that path :P
20:31 AlexAvadanii skape: please open a bug on launchpad
20:32 AlexAvadanii the correct fix is probably to alter nailgun-agent to ignore dirs in "_disk_id_by_name", "_disk_path_by_name" etc
20:32 skape problably the driver creates this direcotry
20:32 AlexAvadanii yes, but nailgun-agent shouldn't care who does :P btw removing the dir from there is probably not a good idea
20:33 AlexAvadanii first, it's not persistent across reboots unless you make it so (or driver module reload for that matter); second, it might cause troubles with the driver itself
20:34 skape yes i'm aware thata removing it does solves the problem but I wanted to know
20:34 skape ops does NOT solves ....
20:34 AlexAvadanii I did not expect that to work though - removing it by hand
20:36 skape what is the for the launch pad and what information is relevant to the bug
20:36 skape ??
20:43 AlexAvadanii skape: https://launchpad.net/fuel
20:43 skape yes I found it
20:43 skape thx for your help
20:43 AlexAvadanii np, e.g. bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/fuel/+bug/1604368
20:46 AlexAvadanii skape: you can try a patch like http://paste.openstack.org/show/589510/
20:49 skape I will try tomorrow, I'm  just leaving  thnak you very much for your help
20:50 AlexAvadanii my pleasure, I like wierd hardware :)
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