[Openstack] Problem after upgrading IceHouse from 2014.1.2, to 2014.1.3.

Xav Paice xavpaice at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 04:37:24 UTC 2014

On 09/10/14 17:07, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:
> Guys,
> I just did an "apt-get update ; apt-get dist-upgrade" on my IceHouse,
> powered by Ubuntu 14.04.1.

I hope you took other steps, like backup of the database, first :)

Did you get the chance to look over
before diving into this one?

> The cloud was working smoothly for months, and right after this
> upgrade, it becomes impossible to create a Instance. It doesn't leave
> the "Build" state.
> OpenStack needs to handle upgrades in a more consistent way. It is a
> pain to do a single upgrade, every time I see a new version, the fear
> comes.
> Can you guys imagine how hard will be to upgrade from IceHouse to
> Juno?! I don't know a single person on this Earth that is capable of
> doing this job. I'll try, I'll do it but, after days of work, where an
> "cloud-archive:juno ; apt-get update ; apt-get dist-upgrade" SHOULD be
> enough, but I hardly think that it will be that easy, and I have a
> small cloud (about 20 nodes / 200 instances).
> I'm using OpenStack since Essex and I never saw an upgrade that worked
> out-of-the-box, without the need to enable debug and losing hours
> trying to figure out what's going on after a very small upgrade.
> Under admin, I can see all services enabled, all compute services up,
> all network agents up but, I'm not able to create instances anymore.
> I just double checked all configuration files, dpkg did not touch the
> files during the "apt-get dist-upgrade".
> All nodes are already upgraded, controller, glance, network and
> computes...
> What can I do?!
> Thanks in advance!
> Best,
> Thiago
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