[openstack-dev] [Cinder] 3'rd party CI systems: Not Whitelisted Volume type with name * could not be found.
Martin, Kurt Frederick (ESSN Storage MSDU)
kurt.f.martin at hp.com
Thu Aug 14 20:59:58 UTC 2014
Cinder.conf needs to have a default_volume_type entry set under the [Default] group and a volume type that is valid, for example, default_volume_type=bronze. This allows for a volume to be created when a volume type is not selected, the default 'None' type. This feature has been available for some time in cinder but recently enabled in devstack.
From: Asselin, Ramy
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2014 10:00 AM
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [Cinder] 3'rd party CI systems: Not Whitelisted Volume type with name * could not be found.
Does anyone know how to configure cinder ci tests to not have these errors?
12:32:11 *** Not Whitelisted *** 2014-08-14 12:23:56.179 18021 ERROR cinder.volume.volume_types [req-c9ec92ab-132b-4167-a467-15bd213659e8 bd1f54a867ce47acb4097cd94149efa0 d15dcf4cb3c7495389799ec849e9036d - - -] Default volume type is not found, please check default_volume_type config: Volume type with name dot could not be found.
17:43:28 *** Not Whitelisted *** 2014-08-11 17:31:20.343 2097 ERROR cinder.volume.volume_types [req-01e539ad-5357-4a0f-8d58-464b970114f9 f72cd499be584d9d9585bc26ca71c603 d845ad2d7e6a47dfb84bdf0754f60384 - - -] Default volume type is not found, please check default_volume_type config: Volume type with name cat_1 could not be found.
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