I'm experimenting using Juju (16.6) to deploy services to our private Openstack cloud and have noticed a couple of issues.
When bootstrapping a new environment, Juju apparently wants to look in the environment's bucket for image metadata. I've created a "public" bucket, using Swift for the object store, and populated it with the image meta-data in "streams/v1/*" object paths - however when bootstrapping juju fails unless the meta-data is in the environment's private bucket. Is this normal? And is there a work around in the environment's config to fix this problem?
My environment is as follows (less ssh keys):
access-key: "" admin-secret: "" agent-version: 1.16.6 api-port: 17070 auth-mode: userpass auth-url: http://184.108.40.206:5000/v2.0 authorized-keys: 'ssh-rsa `... ... ca-private-key: "" control-bucket: juju-bucket default-image-id: "" default-instance-type: "" default-series: precise development: false firewall-mode: instance image-metadata-url: "" logging-config: <root>=INFO name: openstack-ws password: xxxxxxxxxx public-bucket: juju-dist public-bucket-url: "" region: regionOne secret-key: "" ssl-hostname-verification: true state-port: 37017 tenant-name: WebServices tools-url: "" type: openstack use-floating-ip: true username: xxxxx
Once I get the environment to bootstrap, I next try to bring up a service. In my case, I'm using the Hadoop charm. When I deploy the hadoop master (
juju deploy hadoop hadoop-master), the instance fails to initialize with a "hostname: name or service not known error". I suspect this is due to failure of a reverse DNS lookup on the instances "public" IP address. Does this sound correct? What is the issue?
juju bootstrap --debug --show-logcommand? You can use paste.ubuntu.com and add a link here (redacting any secrets before that of course).