[Openstack] [Murano] timeout error for multi-instance deployments

Kirill Zaitsev kzaitsev at mirantis.com
Fri Aug 5 16:10:26 UTC 2016

Hi, with murano it is murano-agent who is actually installing software on the VM. murano-engine communicates to murano-agents on VMs via a rabbit queue, so in your situation it looks like there is no connectivity between VM and the rabbit in question. There is a section about agent timeouts in out troubleshooting docs: http://docs.openstack.org/developer/murano/draft/admin-guide/admin_troubleshooting.html?highlight=troubleshooting#problems-during-deployment 

If that doesn’t help — please come to our IRC channel and ping me/ask for help there — we’ll try to figure out what’s wrong =)

Kirill Zaitsev
Murano Project Tech Lead
Software Engineer at
Mirantis, Inc

On 2 août 2016 at 06:08:28, Mark Endrei (markendr at gmail.com) wrote:


I am trying to create a multi-instance Murano environment using the WordPress sample (which has separate apache and database instances) from https://github.com/openstack/murano-apps/.

I have tried the liberty/stable version of the package, and most recently the mitaka/stable version after our operations team upgraded to mitaka.

The individual instances are deploying okay but when the WordPress package needs to access scripts on the database server (to create the wp database and user) the deployment process just hangs until a timeout error eventually appears in the dashboard deployment log:
[murano.common.exceptions.TimeoutException]: The murano-agent did not respond within 3600 seconds

The murano-agent.log on the instances provides no further clues. Both end silently with the successful output from locally run scripts.

Any similar experiences with the WordPress sample, or suggestions on how to debug this problem?

Thanks in advance, Mark
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