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Have a look in /var/log/nova/nova-scheduler.log. You should find some hints there why the scheduler could not deploy the node.
You can use "Xen Orchestra" which is an open source web management interface for XenServer and it nearly eliminates the need for XenCenter which only runs on Windows. Unless you have many physical servers (>5), you most likely need to set up OpenStack on top of XenServer.
On your server hosting keystone check : keystone service-list retrieve the id of the service your looking fo keystone endpoint-list | grep id You'll have three url : public, internal, admin To change the public url use mysql command like mysql -uroot -p use keystone; update endpoint set url="http://publicURL:port/" where id="yourID"; Hope it'll ...
If you use Juju to create a Juju Charm for your server side application then you can deploy your solution to any major cloud via a single command. For more information look at juju.ubuntu.com/docs.
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