[Openstack-operators] How to install magnum?
mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Thu Oct 29 14:28:41 UTC 2015
On 10/28/2015 2:37 AM, Kris G. Lindgren wrote:
> I also installed magnum - but ran into problems under kilo. Also, don't use CoreOS as it wont work as well. I am trying to get magnum working against our open stack install under liberty. But am running into problems assumptions around with what services/features that Magnum expects your cloud to provide. Which is currently not realistic for the majority of clouds.
> As for the the publickey url error. This is because magnum is defaulting to expecting that barbican is provided by the cloud. You can change the key credential storage to local and only get a warning that local is for "testing purposes only". But it did work, or at least it got past that error.
Nova issues a similar warning  but it doesn't default to assuming you
have Barbican available and configured as your key manager. Maybe Magnum
should be changed to have a more sane default.
> Kris Lindgren
> Senior Linux Systems Engineer
> On 10/28/15, 12:35 PM, "JJ Asghar" <jj at chef.io> wrote:
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>> On 10/28/15 10:35 AM, Mike Perez wrote:
>>> On 14:09 Oct 16, hittang wrote:
>>>> Hello,everynoe. Can anybody help me for installing magnum? I have an
>>>> openstack installtion,which has one controller node, one network node, and
>>>> server computes node. Now, I want to install magnum, and to manage docker
>>>> containers with.
>>> I was not able to find this information in the Magnum wiki , except for the
>>> developer quick start. Doing a quick search, other related threads point
>>> to the dev docs for installation, which is developer centric.
>>> Adrian, is this something missing in documentation, or did we miss it?
>>>  - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Magnum
>> Yep, this would be awesome. It's neat to see the integrations with
>> DevStack, but getting it to work in a "prod" environment seems confusing
>> at best.
>> I've attempted a couple times now, and failed each one. I'm more then
>> willing to help debug/QA the docs that yall decide to put together.
>> Best Regards,
>> JJ Asghar
>> c: 512.619.0722 t: @jjasghar irc: j^2
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