[Openstack] Wrong Status at the Dashboard - IceHouse Horizon - Ubuntu 14.04
motovilovets.sergey at gmail.com
Mon May 19 10:05:27 UTC 2014
Yeah, I confirm that I had same problems with Icehouse. I suppose that's
because some of possible errors in instance creation and termination
processes are just not handled appropriately. In my case it was about
incomplete configuration of RabbitMQ cluster, HA policy wasn't enabled. But
that thing caused multiple random glitches, so I'm not sure which one of
them made quota usages stuck.
So you should either avoid errors by configuring everything as it's
supposed to be, or just go and update nova db manually if errors happen :)
I guess, other solutions are about patching the code, which will eventually
Another thing that I've noticed - is that for some reason on my test stand
hypervisors report that something is using memory:
though there are no instances running at the moment, and I don't even have
flavors with 512 MB of RAM.
P.S. docs.openstack.org are getting better from release to release, but
they are still incomplete, as there are so many possible configurations of
OpenStack, and so many components... it still requires tons of debugging in
each and every case.
2014-05-19 11:19 GMT+03:00 Martinx - ジェームズ <thiagocmartinsc at gmail.com>:
> I'm testing IceHouse to put it in production and I'm seeing that there is
> something wrong with its status, check it out:
> I have only 1 Instance but, Horizon "Overview" shows "Instances Used 5 of
> 5"... Where it should show "Instances Used 1 of 5"...
> This Project still have 4 Instances available to use but, he is unable to
> start more.
> Also, VCPUs and RAM are wrong too...
> I noted that those instances wasn't started successfully, they got stucked
> because of other problems so, Project admin deleted but, the status doesn't
> got updated...
> I'm following docs.openstack.org...
> Tks in advance!
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