[octavia-api][queens] broken pipe
ignaziocassano at gmail.com
Wed Apr 3 05:33:25 UTC 2019
Hello, thanks for tour answer.
I am not using tripleo but I installed openstack manually in high
availability using haproxy.
I understood fine the issue is caused by haproxy when it tries to check
Octavia api controllers and octavia api in not under apache.
Will tripleo modify haproxy rules or it will out octavia api under apache?
In the second case, is there any document for moving octavia api under
apache in Centos 7 environments ?
Il Mar 2 Apr 2019 16:39 Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> ha scritto:
> On 2019-04-02 14:57:56 +0200 (+0200), Ignazio Cassano wrote:
> > Do you know in which openstack version that fix wil be available ?
> (Sorry for not including much context, the top-posting in your reply
> has made it extremely difficult to do so.) The "fix" mentioned by
> Brent, as I understand, is to simply use Apache with its mod_wsgi
> module to serve the API rather than exposing a WSGI service directly
> on a socket. If the deployment tooling you're using supports this
> operational model then you should simply be able to switch to it at
> any time. If your deployment tooling does not yet support this, then
> when it appears as an option in a release will depend on the tool in
> question. Are you asking when TripleO will switch to that model
> because you're using TripleO to manage your OpenStack deployment, or
> did you misunderstand the answer?
> Jeremy Stanley
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