[openstack-dev] <lambda>() Errors in Quantum/Neutron Grizzly (2013.1.2)
Craig E. Ward
cward at isi.edu
Tue Jul 16 17:15:04 UTC 2013
The database is MySQL, 5.1.69.
The RPC service is RabbitMQ version 2.6.1.
Is there another database in play that I am not aware of?
I attached a file with the configuration data each agent in seeing in my
response to Edgar M. That may have more relevant data.
On 07/15/2013 07:50 PM, Ajiva Fan wrote:
> context.session.query(xxx).filter() arguments number not matched
> which database are you using?
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 8:27 AM, Edgar Magana <emagana at plumgrid.com> wrote:
>> It will help if you can add more information about your set-up:
>> release version?
>> devstack configuration (if you are using it)
>> configuration files
>> recently, if you are using master branch this error is really weird
>> because we renamed all quantum references to neutron.
>> On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Craig E. Ward <cward at isi.edu> wrote:
>>> I am seeing strange errors in a single-node OpenStack Grizzly
>>> installation. The logs are complaining about a mismatch of arguments and
>>> cover the linuxbridge, dhcp, and l3 agents. Below is a sample:
>>> TypeError: <lambda>() takes exactly 2 arguments (3 given)
>>> The numbers expected and given are not consistent. It looks like a coding
>>> error, but I can't believe such an error would have made it into a
>>> distribution so it must be that I've configured something incorrectly. I've
>>> attached a text file with more detailed examples. Any help diagnosing this
>>> problem will be much appreciated.
>>> What am I doing wrong? What other information would be useful to look at?
>>> Craig E. Ward
>>> Information Sciences Institute
>>> University of Southern California
>>> cward at ISI.EDU
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Craig E. Ward
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University of Southern California
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