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This answer will not get you the latest package of Swift 2.6.0 but addresses your 'alternative' option: how to patch the existing version to get around a specific problem. A few steps required: You will need to ensure that you have the source repositories enabled by opening /etc/apt/sources.list with your favorite text editor and un-commenting lines ...


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The Ubuntu Cloud Archive generally tracks the versions which shipped with each OpenStack release. The latest OpenStack release (Liberty) shipped with swift 2.5.0, which is what is in the cloud archive. The swift project's series and milestone information, as well as the the projected OpenStack Mitaka release summary may be helpful to track.


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There are two different servers hosting the debian package for Swift. Germany Mirror Denmark Mirror There shouldn't be a whole lot of difference, but it's possible that they have the bug figured out. The way to find out is to install and try it. If the bug is still there then you know it's not fixed 😛


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I followed this link and was able to install it without any issues. I am having Ubuntu Desktop 14.04.3 LTS


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You can download it, here: http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/main/s/swift/swift_2.6.0-1_all.deb Or here: http://ftp.dk.debian.org/debian/pool/main/s/swift/swift_2.6.0-1_all.deb


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You are missing the --file option. Also the option --is-public should be --visibilty public instead. Try with the command from the official install guide: glance image-create --name "cirros-0.3.2-x86_64" \ --file cirros-0.3.2-x86_64-disk.img \ --disk-format qcow2 --container-format bare \ --visibility public --progress By the way... cirros has the ...


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I didn't know Juju is so sensitive about indentation. The mistake was, I didn't add a space in third line before maas: If anyone getting the same error, this or similar might be the cause. P.S you have to add a space in the lines below also. Updated looks like this: default: maas environments: maas: type: maas maas-server: ...


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So, I suspect this is related to MAAS misreporting the disks to Landscape. There was a similar issue with the Poweredge R610 last year. See here: https://github.com/Ubuntu-Solutions-Engineering/openstack-installer/issues/374 I think your best bet would be to report a bug, or contact Canonical support if you're an Ubuntu Advantage customer.


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Openstack Landsacpe is in https connection so port forwarding for port 80 don't work. I added this two iptables instructions and it works! ;) sudo iptables -A PREROUTING -t nat -p tcp -d 155.158.102.80 --dport 443 -j DNAT --to 10.1.1.102:443 and sudo iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -d 10.1.1.102--dport 443 -j ACCEPT MAAS is working on http (80) so We can ...


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Unfortunately you will have to redeploy with 6 nodes to get HA


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Can you please file a bug and attach the full tarball of logs that the Autopilot surfaces in the UI?


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Yes you must. The architecture that Autopilot 15.11 uses to deploy OpenStack is fully converged. We deploy storage everywhere, for both block and object, alongside compute and networking. You can find out more about why in this talk from Tokyo's developer summit


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Why? In the words of Mark Shuttleworth: Ceph wants to keep track of the whole disk, literally, with the ability to format it and determine labels etc. This is so you can rip the disk out of one machine, stick it in another, and Ceph will see it, remember it, find all the data on it, as if nothing had changed. source Is it possible to do it on ...


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I think you have same problem as mentioned in this post which I answered there. Openstack-Install - Problem with juju bootstrap You must enable NAT on your region controller in your chosen network model. check this out and try instructions.


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Does this command work in your machine? git clone git://git.openstack.org/openstack/requirements.git /opt/stack/requirements If you have new (relatively fast) machine, you could try with BOMSI. It's much more simple, and you can install everything with a single click. It does it a while to install everything do. This will get you a 3 node set up with ...


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This can appear slightly confusing at first, the 'ceph' charm sets up both a mon as well as an OSD. The ceph-osd charm only sets up an OSD (no mon), but otherwise works the same and with the same options. You will mix them depending on your deployment, and you can relate the ceph and ceph-osd charms to each other. For a minimal cluster of 3 servers (such ...


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Would you mind posting the config file that you used for your deployment? That would be helpful. Given your details about the hardware I would think that the charm would setup 3 OSD's (1 per server on /dev/sdb). You're correct about Ceph managing a single block and storage pool.


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The problem seems to be in the Apache2 server PATH (saved in tmp), as referenced in: https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/8307/lockfailed-failed-to-create-usrshareopenstack-dashboardopenstack_dashboardlocalb-api01dummy-1-3096/ and https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/13952/horizon-apache-launch-error/ to solve this, I changed the LOCAL_PATH value in ...


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I also ran into this issue with the openstack-installer, but have a slightly newer version: dpkg -l|grep openstack ii openstack 0.99.27-0~1501~stable1~ubuntu15.10.1 all Ubuntu Openstack Installer It turns out that the version of urwid that is already installed is 1.2.1, and that does not have AsyncioEventLoop. The ...



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