Cloud projects inside of RedHat

Kashyap Chamarthy kchamart at redhat.com
Wed Dec 15 17:03:26 UTC 2010


On 12/15/2010 09:11 PM, Chris Lalancette wrote:
> On 12/15/10 - 08:38:00PM, Kashyap Chamarthy wrote:
>> Chris, this sounds good. So, over the weekend I cloned the repo and
>> quickly ran an rpmbuild and installed 'oz' rpm.
>
> First, thanks for giving it a try.
>
>>
>>
>> This is the standard TDL I used:
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> kashyap at test1$ cat f14x86_64.tdl
>> <template>
>>    <name>f14jeos</name>
>>    <os>
>>      <name>Fedora</name>
>>      <version>14</version>
>>      <arch>x86_64</arch>
>>      <install type='url'>
>>
>> <url>http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/14/Fedora/x86_64/os/</url>
>>      </install>
>>    </os>
>>    <description>Fedora 14</description>
>> </template>
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> This looks like a correct TDL file.
>
>>
>> This was the command line I gave to generate JEOS.
>> ----------------------------------------
>> $ sudo oz-install -d 4 f14x86_64.tdl
>> ----------------------------------------
>
> And this looks like the proper command-line.
>
>>
>> The install fails  by "Timed out waiting for install to finish" (thrown by `Guest.py` ?):
>> ----------------------------------------
>> .
>> .
>> .
>> DEBUG:oz.Guest.FedoraGuest:Waiting for Fedora14x86_64 to finish installing, 10/1200
>> ------------------------------------------
>>
>> I looked at the PNG  it generated, and it says :
>> ------------------------------------------
>> "Cannot retrieve repository(repomod.xml) for repository:
>> anaconda-InstallationRepo-201010211827.x86_64. Please verify it's
>> path and try again'
>> ---------------------------------------------
>>
>> I guess this is incorrect. Because I'm very sure(&  rechecked) the
>> 'repomod.xml' does exist in the url(mentioned in f14x86_64.tdl). And
>> using the very same url I do a lot of unattended network installs
>> via virt-install and kickstart.
>
> Hm, OK.  It's a really good question, it should work.  Questions:
>
> 1)  When you do the installs that succeed, do you use the virbr0 bridge, or do
> you have a real bridge that you typically use?
  Yes, I do have a real bridge(br0) on my laptop.

That's my current bridge configuration.
-----------------------
kashyap@~$ brctl show
bridge name	bridge id		STP enabled	interfaces
br0		8000.001f16114aca	no		eth0
virbr0		8000.000000000000	yes		
virbr1		8000.000000000000	yes		
kashyap@~$
----------------------
But, I also tried it on a different machine wich has the default virbr0( something like 
below) to no avail.
-------------------
[kashyap at foobar ~]# brctl show
bridge name	bridge id		STP enabled	interfaces
virbr0		8000.000000000000	yes		
[kashyap at foobar ~]#
-------------------

Currently oz always uses the
> virbr0 bridge, and I'm wondering if there is some kind of firewall rule that
> is preventing it from getting out to the network.

I have my 'iptables' turned off. (In both instances above)

> 2)  What is your host system?  Fedora 13?  Fedora 14?  Something else?

F14(newest updated); x86_64. Lenovo X200.
>
> I'll try to reproduce this locally and see what happens.

Sure. Thanks.

/kashyap
>
> Thanks again,




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