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IRC log for #fuel, 2017-03-20

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02:48 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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10:56 kdebnath Hello. I am unable to create an instance which request 16vCPU and 232 GB of memory. CPU pinning is enable. The blade server has 28 vCPUs available and 240 GB ram available.
10:57 kdebnath the error that I see in nova-all.log is - Filter NUMATopologyFilter returned 0 hosts
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11:00 kdebnath Paste #603395 - Has the error, numactl --hardware, nova flavor-show
11:00 kdebnath Can someone please help me understand why is the instance not spinning up ?
11:02 zla hello everyone. does anyone know if there is an LDAP plugin for fuel 11? The one here: https://github.com/openstack/fuel-plugin-ldap doesn't work with fuel 10 and 11 and to be honest I couldn't find any other plugin for ldap
11:14 Be-El zla: i'm using that plugin with fuel 10
11:15 zla did you change anything on it? for me it says, plugin in incompatible with all supported releases
11:16 zla *is incompatible
11:17 Be-El yes, you need to modify it
11:17 zla ah okay fair enough
11:18 Be-El http://paste.openstack.org/show/603396/
11:18 Be-El disclaimer: without any guarantee
11:19 zla thank you, I appreciate it :)
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11:35 erolg kdebnath, could you send full filter log from nova-schedular ? you can use paste.openstack.org
11:37 kdebnath Hello Erlog
11:37 kdebnath Thanks for your response
11:37 kdebnath Let me send
11:42 kdebnath Erolg, Paste #603399 here is the scheduler log
11:47 zla Be-El: edited it to make it work with 11 and seems like it now thinks it's supported. I will deploy and environment with it and hope the best
11:56 kdebnath Also, here is the nova --debug boot output - Paste #603398
12:03 kdebnath erolg, please check this. Paste #603403. This shows the error
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12:24 kdebnath Hello erolg- Are you there ?
12:35 kdebnath Guys can you please confirm - if an instance can share resources across 2 NUMA nodes ?
12:36 kdebnath IN continuation to my post earlier today- I came to the conclusion that, If I ask for more resources then a NUMA node has, then it Fails.
12:36 kdebnath I was expecting that, the resources will be provide by both the NUMA nodes?
12:36 kdebnath Isnt that right behavior ?
12:37 kdebnath root@RTPCLABQPS1H-3-1:~# numactl --hardware
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12:37 kdebnath available: 2 nodes (0-1)
12:37 kdebnath node 0 cpus: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
12:37 kdebnath node 0 size: 193386 MB
12:37 kdebnath node 0 free: 186836 MB
12:38 kdebnath node 1 cpus: 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
12:38 JamesZ hello, please murano plugin for fuel mos 9.2 has been deleted definitively ?
12:38 kdebnath node 1 size: 193533 MB
12:38 kdebnath node 1 free: 191822 MB
12:38 kdebnath node distances:
12:38 kdebnath node   0   1
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13:10 Sketch kdebnath: i would be surprised if both numa nodes did not provide resources.  it is possible that openstack tries to keep resources for a single instance within a numa mode, though (IE, memory and CPUs on the same node).
13:11 Sketch i can say for certain that my compute nodes are using CPUs across both numa nodes.
13:11 Sketch and enough memory that it is using memory from both as well
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13:47 kdebnath Thanks Sketch for the explanation
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16:02 Be-El is there a simple way in fuel to switch keystone v3 policies (domain support, cloudadmin vs domainadmin etc.)?
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17:13 thnee The documentation for "Login to the fuel master node" says "http://<my ip>:8443/" but I get no response there? (I am on the network and I can ping the IP)
17:19 Be-El try telnet <my ip> 8443 instead of ping. maybe there's some firewall/acl blocked tcp access to port 8443
17:20 thnee Be-El: thanks, but there is no response on that port
17:21 Be-El thnee: are you able to use other services on the master, e.g. ssh?
17:21 thnee Be-El: it does not seem to respond on port 22 either no
17:22 thnee this is after completing an install of Mirantis, and following the Fuel Installation Guide
17:22 Be-El thnee: so it's either a firewall or the network setup of that node is wrong. do you have access to the master's console?
17:22 thnee Be-El: Yes I have acces to the console
17:23 thnee Be-El: but it doesnt respond on port 8443 when I telnet from the master to itself either
17:24 Be-El thnee: so stat by checking whether the services are running at all and are listening to the right interfaces (e.g. netstat -plunt)
17:24 thnee Be-El: netstat -plunt seems to return an empty list
17:29 Be-El thnee: there's a tool to check whether the docker services are running (don't remember the name)
17:31 thnee fuel-utils check_all maybe? it doesnt seem to be very happy. Lots of "return code is 3"
17:32 Be-El so the master deployed did not start the docker based services correctly
17:37 thnee yeah I dunno, according to Mirantis docs its supposed to say "Loading docker images. (This may take a while)" when exiting the fuelmenu, which it does not do
17:40 thnee not even the docker daemon seems to be running, no idea whats going on with this
17:42 Be-El I remember having a similar problem with mirantis. and I have been unable to solve it properly
17:43 Be-El does the master host have internet accessibility?
17:43 thnee yep
17:43 Be-El directly or with a proxy?
17:43 thnee its in a NAT
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17:44 Be-El ok, I'm out of ideas. maybe some mirantis guy can comment on this
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20:02 byrdog55 thnee fuel stopped using containers since version 9  what verision of fuel did you deploy?
20:07 thnee byrdog55: I am not sure because 'fuel fuel-version' says "Can't connect to Nailgun server!". But I downloaded Mirantis today
20:07 byrdog55 try fuel2 —version
20:07 thnee byrdog55: its 9.0.0
20:08 byrdog55 Yeah no docker.
20:09 thnee byrdog55: so is this thing even supposed to be responding on port 8443?
20:10 byrdog55 yes https://yourfuelip:8443
20:11 thnee I guess I will just have to reinstall the whole thing tomorrow and hope for a different result
20:13 byrdog55 That is what I was going to recommend.  Be careful on the inital settings that you put for IP addresses , dhcp scope and make sure eth0 (or whchever nic) you use is properly configured on the switch to be in the correct network.
20:13 thnee well, I can already reach the IP of the machine, the issue seems to be that no services are running
20:14 byrdog55 I can attest fuel 9 is a stable version and I currently have it deployed in production with several plugins including Stacklight
20:15 thnee so whats the recommended way of installing it? I am just doing this cause I wanted to get started with the simplest possible thing: https://docs.mirantis.com/openstack/fuel/fuel-9.2/quickstart-guide/qs-install-fuel.html
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20:17 byrdog55 yes those are good instructions.  Stay on the console and enter the Fuel setup screen ro finish configuring fuel.  All of those setting determine the puppet attributes that are used to deploy the fuel services.
20:18 thnee byrdog55: well then I am confused because there it says "Loading docker images. (This may take a while)" but youre saying no docker
20:18 byrdog55 Oh they are a little old because they refer to the docker images.
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20:20 byrdog55 are you doing this in virutal box?
20:20 thnee byrdog55: vmware workstation
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