[rhos-list] login after packstack installation

Vogel Nicolas nicolas.vogel at heig-vd.ch
Tue Apr 9 13:37:15 UTC 2013

Yes I have done that with packstack and it works.
For the moment I see that keystone, glance and nova are installed on the compute node.
But why not Cinder? I already created a VG “cinder-volumes” on the compute node but Cinder was not installed on it, only on the controller.

My question for the compute node was for a manual installation. With Packstack I don’t know what was installed on the compute node and what was not. And for debug and my own understanding from Openstack I would be able to install compute nodes manually so I can make my cloud scale when I get more experience with it.

From: cloud-bounces at lists.fedoraproject.org [mailto:cloud-bounces at lists.fedoraproject.org] On Behalf Of Sandro "red" Mathys
Sent: mardi 9 avril 2013 15:13
To: Fedora Cloud SIG
Subject: Re: [rhos-list] login after packstack installation

On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 2:44 PM, Vogel Nicolas <nicolas.vogel at heig-vd.ch<mailto:nicolas.vogel at heig-vd.ch>> wrote:
Oups sorry I found it I was looking at the wrong server… Sorry for this

And for the compute node installation how shoud I start ?

Specify the compute nodes at CONFIG_NOVA_COMPUTE_HOSTS which takes a comma separated list.

From: Frederik Bijlsma [mailto:fbijlsma at redhat.com<mailto:fbijlsma at redhat.com>]
Sent: mardi 9 avril 2013 14:27
To: Vogel Nicolas
Subject: Re: [rhos-list] login after packstack installation

You should have a file .keystonerc in the /root directory.

On 04/09/2013 02:26 PM, Vogel Nicolas wrote:

I have successfully installed openstack on two nodes (running CentOS 6.3) using packstack « 2012.2.2-0.2.dev211.el6 .noarch.rpm » package.
I got no error, but no keystonerc_admin file was created on my controller node. So I don’t know how I could login to the dashboard.
Where can I find the credentials that where used by packstack?

I have also successfully installed a controller node (also running CentOS 6.3) manually using the RedHat documentation Rev. 1.0-28 from 03/27/2013. Now I wan’t to install a compute node but I don’t know how to start…
What should be installed on the compute node ? only Nova and Cinder? I’m using Nova-network and not Quantum for the moment.
Should I complete the keystone service-catalog on the controller with the new services on the compute node?
If someone has a link or a doc for compute node installation it will be very helpful for me.

Thanks a lot,



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