[Openstack] Configure murano on existing Juno instaltion

GOKUL VENKATACHALAM gokul.venkatachalam at outlook.com
Mon Nov 21 09:37:51 UTC 2016

Hello Marnet,

I have configured OpenStack as VM on ESX. It's a single node installation. All other services are working fine except murano.

And i have tried several methods/procedures to configure murano on my OpenStack juno but it couldn't help. Please  find the bellow link which are i have tried,


In those link, when i have tried to upgrade conf file using tox it returns error. It won't be solvable and i don't like to configure with the tox or another things.

Could you please let me know about puppet manifests? I don't know what you meant that.

And one more thing, I don't want dev stack installation of murano. I need  to set my environment manually.


Gokul V

From: Igor Marnat <imarnat at mirantis.com>
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2016 1:23:05 PM
Cc: openstack at lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [Openstack] Configure murano on existing Juno instaltion

could you please add some more details about distro of OpenStack you use and ways you tried to configure Murano? In Juno there are puppet manifests available to configure Murano, did you try them?

Igor Marnat

On Thu, Nov 17, 2016 at 1:35 PM, GOKUL VENKATACHALAM <gokul.venkatachalam at outlook.com<mailto:gokul.venkatachalam at outlook.com>> wrote:

I have already configured Openstack Juno on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I want to configure murano on this. Can some one help out this?

I have tried lot of method and more possible ways. I have stuck in this installation

If possible, Please anyone Help me out.

Gokul V

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