[Openstack-operators] User gets: Requested volume exceeds quota, with 8 volumes in Dashboard

Saverio Proto zioproto at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 07:13:05 UTC 2016

apologies again. so you said with cli everything works.

do you have both horizon and cinder and keystone in Liberty ? or mixed
versions ?

to debug this I would go in the logs of cinder api to see the requests that
returns not enough quota. I would compare the logs with the CLI case where
everything works.


Il 08 set 2016 9:07 AM, "Saverio Proto" <zioproto at gmail.com> ha scritto:

> Sorry you are on Liberty Centos !!
> Did you try openstack quota show ?
> What do you see ?
> Then try to create a Volume from the CLI. Usually you get better errore
> mesaages.
> Saverio
> Il 08 set 2016 9:05 AM, "Saverio Proto" <zioproto at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>> please tell us at least the version of openstack :)
>> Saverio
>> Il 07 set 2016 4:31 PM, "William Josefsson" <william.josefson at gmail.com>
>> ha scritto:
>>> Hi,
>>> When I create projects with quotas configured, e.g. number volumes 8,
>>> and try to provision a VM, I get:
>>> *The requested instance cannot be launched. Requested volume exceeds
>>> quota: Available: 0, Requested: 1.*
>>> Does anyone know how to fix this? The project clearly has 8 volumes
>>> configured in the Quotas so I'm not sure why this pops up during 'Launch an
>>> instance'.
>>> If I use the same user, from CLI, it works to create volumes. From
>>> Horizon it fails.
>>> I'm using a user created with user role on the project and am on
>>> Liberty/CentOS7
>>> It seems to me it is a bug in horizon, but I may be wrong. If I click
>>> all the way to the project's quota's and edit, then click Save without any
>>> changes, then it somehow works. There seems to be ACL gap in the GUI/DB?
>>> Please advice! thx will
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