Trying to deploy Canonical k8s on Canonical OpenStack on 18.04. I:

  1. Deployed OpenStack on a box with 16G memory, 512G disk with a bridged network
  2. Login to horizon: a. Create a domain called "k8s_domain" b. Create project in k8s_domain called "kubernetes" c. Create user "k8s" thats a user in kubernetes/k8s_domain d. Make k8s an admin in kubernetes/k8s_domain e. Download the openstack v3 rc file
  3. Source k8s' rc file
  4. Create ec2 credentials "openstack ec2 credentials create"
  5. on the server, run conjure-up kubernetes
  6. choose openstack for my cloud username = k8s password = **** domain name = k8s_domain project domain name = kubernetes access key = **** secret key = ****
  7. When clicking "save" - Review log messages at /home/os/.cache/conjure-up/conjure-up.log If appropriate, please submit a bug here:

Here's the log:

2018-10-14 20:49:56,198 [ERROR] conjure-up/canonical-kubernetes - - Unhandled exception in <Task finished coro=<CredentialsController._save_credential() done, defined at /snap/conjure-up/1030/lib/python3.6/site-packages/conjureup/controllers/juju/credentials/> exception=NotImplementedError()>
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/snap/conjure-up/1030/lib/python3.6/site-packages/conjureup/controllers/juju/credentials/", line 109, in _save_credential
  File "/snap/conjure-up/1030/lib/python3.6/site-packages/conjureup/", line 533, in get_cloud
    raise LookupError("Unable to locate cloud: {}".format(name))
LookupError: Unable to locate cloud: cloud-openstack-5c0

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/snap/conjure-up/1030/lib/python3.6/site-packages/conjureup/controllers/juju/credentials/", line 112, in _save_credential
    await app.provider.cloud_config())
  File "/snap/conjure-up/1030/lib/python3.6/site-packages/conjureup/models/", line 170, in cloud_config
    raise NotImplementedError

How does conjur know which openstack cloud i want to talk to? Am I setting the wrong parameters? From the stack trace it looks like its missing how to identify the cloud. Did I miss a step?


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