[OpenStack-Ansible][Nova] OSA install Yoga on Debian Bullseye Backports

Dave Hall kdhall at binghamton.edu
Fri Jul 15 21:10:53 UTC 2022


I've just worked most of the way through a fresh install of Yoga on 5
Debian Bullseye systems.  All systems are updated to include the Bullseye
backports.  The documentation doesn't mention backports, but I
always install Debian this way - almost without thinking.

The specific config is based on openstack-user-config.yaml.prod.example
with 3 infrastructure host, two compute hosts, and cinder/glance running on
the infrastructure hosts as in the prod example file.

First, one surprise:  For version of GlusterFS in Bullseye Backports,
/usr/sbin/gluster as been moved to a separate package - glusterfs-cli.  I
installed this manually in the repo containers to get through

In setup-openstack.yml, I'm stopped at "TASK [os_nova : Run nova-status
upgrade check to validate a healthy configuration]".  "nova-status upgrade
check" is failing.  "nova-manage cell_v2 list_hosts" is not showing any.

Oh, and there are warnings about eventlet monkey patching and urllib3.

So I'm not quite sure how to dig into this.  The nova-api container seems
to be running on the infra hosts, and nova-compute.service is up on both
compute hosts, although there are warnings about "Timed out waiting for
nova-conductor"  The nova-api containers are able to ing the compute hosts
on br-mgmt.

I do have to wonder if this has anything to do with being upgraded to

Any hints on how to analyse this (or how to fix it)?



Dave Hall
Binghamton University
kdhall at binghamton.edu
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