[OpenStack-Ansible][Yoga] Debian Backports?

Dave Hall kdhall at binghamton.edu
Mon Jul 18 01:20:12 UTC 2022


Please allow me to rephrase my previous questions:  Is Debian 11 Backports
supported as an installation target for the Yoga version of



Dave Hall
Binghamton University
kdhall at binghamton.edu

On Fri, Jul 15, 2022 at 5:10 PM Dave Hall <kdhall at binghamton.edu> wrote:

> Hello,
> 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
> setup-infrastructure.yml.
> 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
> backpors.
> Any hints on how to analyse this (or how to fix it)?
> Thanks.
> -Dave
> --
> Dave Hall
> Binghamton University
> kdhall at binghamton.edu
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