[Deploy problem] deploy openstack+monasca with kolla-ansible 126.96.36.199rc1. [kolla]
doug at stackhpc.com
Thu May 2 09:58:45 UTC 2019
On 02/05/2019 10:56, Doug Szumski wrote:
> On 02/05/2019 10:13, Ming-Che Liu wrote:
>> Thank you for replying, my goal is to deploy [all-in-one]
>> openstack+monasca(in the same physical machine/VM).
>> I will check the detail error information and provide such logs for
>> you, thank you.
>> I also have a question about kolla-ansible 188.8.131.52rc1, when I check
>> the new feature about kolla-ansible 184.108.40.206rc1, it seems only
>> 220.127.116.11rc1 provide the "complete" monasca functionality, it that
>> right(that means you can see monasca's plugin in openstack horizon,
>> as the following picture)?
> You are correct that Monasca is supported from the Stein release
> onwards. Due to a number of people asking we have created a backport
> to Rocky, but the patches are not merged yet. Please see this bug for
> a link to the patch chains:
> The horizon-ui-plugin isn't currently installed in the Horizon image,
> but I can easily add a patch for it.
> Similar functionality is currently provided by the monasca-grafana
> fork (which provides Keystone integration), for example:
Apologies, the images were stripped, please see this link:
>> Thank you very much.
>> Doug Szumski <doug at stackhpc.com <mailto:doug at stackhpc.com>> 於
>> 2019年5月2日 週四 下午4:21寫道：
>> On 01/05/2019 08:45, Ming-Che Liu wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I deployed openstack+monasca with kolla-ansible 18.104.22.168rc1.
>> It doesn't look like Monasca is enabled in your globals.yml file.
>> you trying to set up OpenStack services first and then enable
>> afterwards? You can also deploy Monasca standalone if that is
>> > I follow the steps as mentioned in
>> > The setting in my computer's globals.yml as same as [Quick Start]
>> > tutorial (attached file: globals.yml is my setting).
>> > My machine environment as following:
>> > OS: Ubuntu 16.04
>> > Kolla-ansible verions: 22.214.171.124rc1
>> > ansible version: 2.7
>> > When I execute [bootstrap-servers] and [prechecks], it seems ok
>> > fatal error or any interrupt).
>> > But when I execute [deploy], it will occur some error about
>> > rabbitmq(when I set enable_rabbitmq:yes) and nova compute
>> > I set enable_rabbitmq:no).
>> > I have some detail screenshot about the errors as attached files,
>> > could you please help me to solve this problem?
>> Please can you post more information on why the containers are not
>> - Inspect rabbit and nova-compute logs (in
>> - Check relevant containers are running, and if they are restarting
>> check the output. Eg. docker logs --follow nova_compute
>> > Thank you very much.
>> > [Attached file description]:
>> > globals.yml: my computer's setting about kolla-ansible
>> > As mentioned above, the following pictures show the errors, the
>> > rabbitmq error will occur if I set [enable_rabbitmq:yes], the nova
>> > compute service error will occur if I set [enable_rabbitmq:no].
>> > docker-version.png
>> > kolla-ansible-version.png
>> > nova-compute-service-error.png
>> > rabbitmq_error.png
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