[openstack-ansible] Re: OSA log location/enabling

Jonathan Rosser jonathan.rosser at rd.bbc.co.uk
Tue May 3 17:12:47 UTC 2022

Hi Derek,

The default in openstack-ansible is to run as many services as possible 
using systemd and you will find the logs in the system journal.

Use systemctl / journalctl to see the status of the services and read 
the logs as necessary.


On 03/05/2022 15:28, Derek O keeffe wrote:
> Hi all,
> So after a few days of getting our config files correct we have a 
> working horizon dashboard. We have created a network and flavour so we 
> could spin up an instance to test what we've done so far.
> The issue is the image upload fails with Unable to create the 
> image. and when we attached to the glance container there are no log 
> files. In the openstack_user_config file we didn't specify a syslog 
> server so were under the impression it would store them on the 
> container or infra node.
> Maybe they need to be implicitly enabled somewhere that we've missed 
> as the neutron & openvswitch logs are in /var/log/ on the infra node.
> If anyone has any info as to viewing or enabling the logs that would 
> be greatly appreciated.
> Regards,
> Derek
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