[openstack-dev] [designate] The designate API service is stopped

Kiall Mac Innes kiall at macinnes.ie
Thu Jul 23 09:26:03 UTC 2015

Interesting, It would be great to know what causes the crash if you can 
identify it.

What was previously between the designate components and qpid? Simple 
router? Stateful firewall? Something else?


On 22/07/15 10:53, Jaime Fernández wrote:
> I moved the virtual machine where designate processes are running into 
> a host in the same LAN than OST. Now the designate-api process does 
> not die anymore (still using qpid). I'm afraid that some network 
> problem or timeout could be the reason for this problem. We'll keep 
> monitoring this process to confirm it.
> I understand that it's a bug of designate-api or oslo.messaging library.
> On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 1:19 PM, Jaime Fernández <jjjaime at gmail.com 
> <mailto:jjjaime at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hi Kiall,
>     It's a bit strange because only designate-api dies but
>     designate-sink is also integrated with qpid and survives.
>     These issues are a bit difficult because it is not deterministic.
>     What I've just tested is using a local qpid instance and it looks
>     like the designate-api is not killed any more (however, it's a
>     short period of time). We are going to integrate the host where
>     designate components are installed in the same VLAN than the rest
>     of OST just to check if it's a rare issue with the network.
>     Before testing with Rabbit, as you recommended, we are testing
>     with qpid in the same VLAN (just to discard the network issue).
>     I will give you info about my progress.
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