Thank you for this very fast answer, that's what i will try first while
waiting for Fedora 17 branching from Rawhide.
As i'm using a server dedicated to tests i've no risks at all :)
I will try to keep you informed about my results.
2012/1/28 Pádraig Brady <P(a)draigbrady.com>
On 01/27/2012 10:42 PM, Bertrand Juglas wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> 2012/1/27 Mark McLoughlin <markmc(a)redhat.com
> Hi Bertrand,
> On Sun, 2012-01-22 at 21:07 +0100, Bertrand Juglas wrote:
> > When trying to install OpenStack after having installed Aeolus
> > they are not using the same message passing software and had to
> > qpidd installed by Aeolus to be able to start RabbitMQ installed by
> > OpenStack.
> This will change in Fedora 17 because it will be possible to use
> OpenStack using Qpid instead of RabbitMQ. See:
> Russell and Pádraig are in the process of updating the Fedora 17
> packages to the version of Essex which supports Qpid, so perhaps you
> might be able to try out those packages?
> Thank you for this information, i would be glad to test those packages
because it seems both Aeolus and OpenStack would benefit from an
integration together and so should avoid conflicts.
> Do you plan a Fedora 17 Test Day for OpenStack Essex ?
If you're feeling brave, you can install this qpid supporting
version to Fedora 16. I ran through the Fedora 16 test day
with these (albeit with rabbitmq), so they should be in reasonably
After installing you need to run:
(cd /var/lib/nova/CA && ./genrootca.sh)
Also to test qpid you'll need to add this to /etc/nova/nova.conf
For other qpid config params see: