Trove guest agent and Rabbitmq

wodel youchi wodel.youchi at
Wed Oct 20 08:23:44 UTC 2021

Hi Lingxian, and thanks.

Could you be more specific? What is this management network? in globals.yml
this what I have in terme of networking :

kolla_internal_vip_address: ""
kolla_internal_fqdn: "dashinternal.domain.tld"
kolla_external_vip_address: "x.x.x.x"
kolla_external_fqdn: "dash.domain.tld"

*network_interface: "bond0"kolla_external_vip_interface:
"bond1"api_interface: "bond1.30"storage_interface:
"bond1.10"tunnel_interface: "bond1.40"octavia_network_interface: "{{
api_interface }}"neutron_external_interface: "bond2"*
neutron_plugin_agent: "openvswitch"

What is this management network? Do I have to create it? If yes how?


Le mer. 20 oct. 2021 à 00:48, Lingxian Kong <anlin.kong at> a écrit :

> Hi Wodel,
> There is a management network (Neutron network) configured for
> communication between controller services and guest agent, you need to
> config in the infra router (using the network vlan) layer to make sure they
> can talk.
> ---
> Lingxian Kong
> Senior Cloud Engineer (Catalyst Cloud)
> Trove Project Lead (OpenStack)
> OpenStack Cloud Provider Project Lead (Kubernetes)
> On Wed, Oct 20, 2021 at 10:30 AM wodel youchi <wodel.youchi at>
> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am trying to deploy Trove. I am using the Kolla-ansible and Openstack
>> wallaby version.
>> From the documentation, the Trove guest agent, which runs inside the Tove
>> instance communicates with the trove-taskmanager via rabbitmq, how is this
>> done?
>> The rabbitmq is running in the api network, the instance is running in
>> the tunnel (tenant) network, and in my case, those networks are in
>> different vlans, how should I configure this?
>> Regards.
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