[Openstack] Ceilometer - cpu meters not collecting data

Cale Bouscal cale.bouscal at gettyimages.com
Mon May 9 15:18:03 UTC 2016

Not same hardware, no, neither is it the same software (openstack by
RDO vs by Mirantis).

At the end of the day, it's just ceilometer "not working right" and
we're not sure why or where to look to figure out the culprit.

-----Original Message-----
From: Remo Mattei <Remo at Italy1.com>
To: Cale Bouscal <cale.bouscal at gettyimages.com>
Cc: openstack at lists.openstack.org <openstack at lists.openstack.org>
Subject: Re: [Openstack] Ceilometer - cpu meters not collecting data
Date: Mon, 9 May 2016 08:16:05 -0700

Basic question same hardware?

Inviato da iPhone

> Il giorno 09 mag 2016, alle ore 07:53, Cale Bouscal <cale.bouscal at get
> tyimages.com> ha scritto:
> We're running Mirantis 8 here, in a lab with a single compute node
> and
> 3 controllers. The compute node is actually a gateway to a vmware
> node.
> (I did not set this up and may not be describing this accurately).
> Problem: We wish to use heat templates to create an auto-scaling
> group
> based on cpu utilization spikes. We've created the templates and
> tested
> them in an RDO setup, with success (that is to say, we're confident
> that the templates are set up correctly). However, we're not seeing
> the
> poller pick up the event (the log says "Skip pollster cpu,
> no resources found this cycle"). In my functioning RDO setup, I see
> this line in the log: "Polling pollster
> cpu in the context of cpu_source"
> We've been working with our Mirantis support for about a week with
> little to show for it. We've checked the timing settings (making sure
> the configured time units are >= polling times in the pipeline.yaml).
> We're not sure where else to look, and I'm hoping the community can
> help. 
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