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The charm updates to support the Juno OpenStack release are fully compatible with the RabbitMQ charm - we test this on every commit we make to any of the OpenStack charms as part of the day-to-day charm development cycle. The RabbitMQ (rabbitmq-server) charm should be automatically creating users under the openstack vhost for all related services, and ...


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I've resolved that Installing MaaS from a fresh Ubuntu Server 14.04lts ISO, then I've upgraded it via ppa repositories as reported on guide, then I continue to follow the guide but I've reported other new errors signed in this new "Ask Question" how to install Ubuntu Openstack - Canonical Distribution on a virtual environment


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If you're trying to login with user root password root your command needs to be mysql -u root -proot If your root user does not have a password set up just do mysql -u root If you're still getting the access denied error that means that your root user probably has a different password or does not exist altogether. Here are the instructions for ...


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Run following commands using sudo for stopping the mysql service sudo service mysql stop sudo mysqld --skip-grant-tables The latter will, in my experience, not return any output in the command prompt so open mysql in another terminal


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If you are just wanting to test drive an OpenStack deployment the easiest way to get started is here: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-ubuntu-openstack This enables you to deploy a full OpenStack cloud powered by Juju, MAAS, and Landscape (which gives you 10 free virtual and 10 free bare metal seats)


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You can set your HTTP/S proxy within the settings page in the MAAS web UI under Network Configuration.


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OpenContrail Juju charms are under development here: https://jujucharms.com/q/contrail/robert-ayres With a Juju Deployer config here: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~robert-ayres/+junk/contrail-deployer/view/head:/juju-deployer/contrail.yaml These charms can be used to deploy OpenContrail today. Although speaking as the author of these charms, they ...


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Most charms are being written for the LTS releases which you can see at http://manage.jujucharms.com/charms/trusty, versus what's available for Utopic (http://manage.jujucharms.com/charms/utopic). But that doesn't mean you can't install Juju on Utopic and still deploy OpenStack Juno charms once available. They will just be deployed on Trusty machines.


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Something like this will give you 5 floating ips to choose from, increase seq if you need more neutron net-create --router:external=True --shared ext-net neutron subnet-create --name ext-subnet --gateway 10.0.3.1 --allocation-pool start=10.0.3.200,end=10.0.3.254 --disable-dhcp ext-net 10.0.3.0/24 # create vm network neutron net-create ubuntu-net # if no ...


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If you have MAAS 1.7 and juju already installed, you can go ahead and install Landscape and try out the OpenStack Autopilot: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-ubuntu-openstack This guide includes instructions on how to install MAAS too, which you seem to already have. Just make sure you have the right versions. Hope this helps.


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I have a similar setup, and let me suggest to your configuration: Reduce the amount of RAM assigned to MAAS, around 2GB will be enough. Add another ceph node, this will help you to demonstrate resilience when using ceph and 1 node goes down. Overcommit in CPU isn't that bad, but you don't want to overcommit in memory, because the system will start swapping ...


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I do not have experience using juju for openstack orchestration, but from experience with ceph and openstack, for demo purposes you can run ceph on 2GB machines w/o problems and I think that the maas host can also be configured with 6GB instead of 8. I do not know if juju allows you to combine different roles in the same VM, in our (non-juju) deployments we ...


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The single install uses only LXC and KVM. XEN isn't supported at this time.


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Yep if eth1 is not listening on any existing DHCP/DNS servers then that will be the one you choose for MAAS to manage its own DNS/DHCP services.


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Your error is Database.connect(**conn_params)\n File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/psycopg2/__init__.py", line 179, in connect\n connection_factory=connection_factory, async=asyn c)\ndjango.db.utils.OperationalError: could not connect to server: Connection refused\n\tIs the server running on host "localhost" (::1) and accepting\n\tTCP/IP ...


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it looks like you have hit two separate bugs that were both fixed last week. If you update the packages and try again, you should have more success: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openstack Thanks!


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can you please show us the contents of /var/log/landscape/job-handler-1.log on the landscape/0 unit? It should have a more complete description of what went wrong.


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MaaS/juju allow you to utilize the hardware that you have one by one, while openstack (this is oversimplification) also allows you to build virtual machines (usually kvm guest), which in many cases significantly improve the physical hardware utilization. In addition, openstack gives you the following: It provides a self-service portal where end users (not ...


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Issues with the OpenStack installer are tracked at the link below, please take a look, and if you can't find a match for your issue then create a new one. https://github.com/Ubuntu-Solutions-Engineering/openstack-installer/issues/


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Try editting /usr/share/openstack/templates/juju-env/maas.yaml


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Ubuntu OpenStack: the Canonical distribution deploys OpenStack in Canonical's reference architecture. The mechanism through which you install OpenStack uses Landscape to talk to MAAS and Juju and deploy the charms in that architecture. You get added benefit from Landscape doing the work because it helps you monitor your OpenStack setup after it's installed. ...


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Juju charms for OpenStack deployment by default use the packages available in the distribution, for instance if you deploy trusty then you're getting Icehouse packages being pulled from the Ubuntu archive. The "Canonical Distribution" is based on the same packages, but is deployed in a standard reference architecture by Landscape automation, and is a brand ...


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This was fixed in https://github.com/Ubuntu-Solutions-Engineering/openstack-installer/commit/f20bb562ef31d5ca595924e8352df4f20c8384cd and will make it in our experimental ppa ppa:cloud-installer/ppa if you wish to test that it fixes your problem. Once we finish our current testing it'll make it into the testing ppa for more real world tests. Update: Packages ...


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This is best solved by reading the documentation on the https://jujucharms.com website. See the About page https://jujucharms.com/about and Features page https://jujucharms.com/about/features for detailed answers to your questions.


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nova-cloud-controller and nova-compute charms added support to configure novnc, so you don't need to cook your own recipes :) In a nutshell, just set console-access-protocol to novnc in nova-cloud-controller and you're done. Take look to https://bugs.launchpad.net/charms/+source/nova-compute/+bug/1237996 for details about the implementation or ...


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my guess is that one of the commands in your pre-start script is failing (mkdir probably). Try appending with "|| true" pre-start script mkdir -p /var/run/myservice || true chown -R root:root /var/run/myservice || true end script You should see a pid appear after the initctl start myservice command


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To find the ip/hostname of the GUI you first must run juju status in the command line and it will output the list of services which have been deployed to the active environment. Visit this path and then the GUI will tell you where to look for the password. If you do this on a remote cloud you will need to run juju expose juju-gui to first expose it to the ...


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You should be able to point your browser to http:///, yo figure out the ip just run "juju status juju-gui" and remember to open the port where juju-gui is running with "juju expose juju-gui" You can find more details at https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/howto-gui-management.html


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This should be fixed with the latest packages in the testing ppa. Basically, we are dependent on the qemu-kvm package which wasn't installed by default for use with virtinst. Here is the associated bug for this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/qemu/+bug/1387881 So far I've gotten positive results from other testers who were able to continue once qemu-kvm ...


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I had a similar problem with the metadata, my solution was create a file named dnsmasq-neutron.conf with the content: dhcp-option-force=26,1400 and point it inside the /etc/neutron/dhcp_agent.ini using dnsmasq_config_file=/etc/neutron/dnsmasq-neutron.conf Also check the auth_region = regionOne inside the /etc/neutron/metadata_agent.ini, at my ...


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VirtualBox does not pass VT-X/AMD-V to the guest operating system, hence KVM cannot work inside VirtualBox.


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For newer Openstack deployments on Ubuntu Trusty (14.04) please follow the installation instructions found at: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-ubuntu-openstack This will provide you with a fully deployed Openstack currently running Icehouse.


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If you install Openstack via the installer: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-ubuntu-openstack It provides you with an option to do a Single install. What this option does is deploy all openstack services on a single machine with a single network device. The single install path utilizes KVM, LXC, and OVS to accomplish this. This is also perfect ...


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You'll want to make sure you are using the latest installer bits to make use of installing Openstack on top of an existing MAAS: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-ubuntu-openstack During the installation you will have the opportunity to choose a Multi installation with an existing MAAS. It will prompt you for your MAAS server ip along with the ...


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I noticed you are using Virtualbox for your tests and unfortunately I can't comment to the success of using that software for testing the Openstack installer. However, you could accomplish this easily with virt-manager and KVM. With that said, the installer uses a combination of KVM/LXC when doing its deployment. If running this within an existing virtual ...



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