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Re: [Rdo-list] Notes from test days

Sorry Rich, I posted the my previous email inadvertently only to you.

The answer to my own question regarding vxlan support for Juno is:
Yes, it works like a charm, what I was missing was the proper network configuration for ovs and the br-ex interface on CentOS 7 and some additional steps by creating the networks after deployment and the right settings in the answer-file
I'll write a step by step how to for ML2 VXLAN OpenStack Juno deployment with Packstack and post the link on this list in few hours.

- Arash

On Sat, Oct 4, 2014 at 8:41 PM, Arash Kaffamanesh <ak cloudssky com> wrote:
Hi Rich,
hello together,

Many thanks to you and all of you for your effort testing the Juno release.

I'm trying to get a 2 node RDO Juno installation working with Packstack  (1 controller and 1 compute, each with 2 nics on CentOS 7) and it seems that the vxlan is the default networking mode now. But after the initial installation and creating a tenant, user and networks (internal and external) and spawning instances, the instances show up in the console properly, and I can associate floating IPs to the instances, but I can't ping or ssh into them.

On CentOS 7, the reason for me seems to be openvswitch related and if I try to create the ifcfg-br-ex bridge by hand and plug the external interface vis ovs into it, then I'm not able to login to the controller host.

So my question is, does vxlan work on Juno at this time at all :-)
And if yes, could someone provide any hint about how to create the br-ex and create the interfaces properly on CentOS 7 for this 2 node installation?


On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 3:56 PM, Rich Bowen <rbowen redhat com> wrote:
The raw IRC transcripts from the RDO test day are available at http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/rdo/2014-09-30/

Of particular interest, probably are the links that are enumerated in http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/rdo/2014-09-30/rdo.2014-09-30-20.59.html which show many of the bugs that were encountered or opened during the course of testing.

There's also some listed on https://openstack.redhat.com/RDO_test_day_Juno_milestone_3_test_cases

Thank you all so much for participating in testing, and helping find these things. Thanks also for the people that answered questions all day long on IRC and on this mailing list. You're making OpenStack better.

If you participated in testing, and haven't shared your notes or results, please take a moment today to do that, while the memory is fresh. You can write these up anywhere - please link to them from the Test Cases, and please open tickets if you encountered problems. It's always better to open a ticket, if you're not sure if the issue has been raised before. Start here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=RDO

Finally, a reminder that, although test day is over, you're always encouraged to test the latest builds, and report your findings here - on this list - and on IRC, so that together we can continue to make OpenStack better.

* Test day details - https://openstack.redhat.com/RDO_test_day_Juno_milestone_3
* Tests and results - https://openstack.redhat.com/RDO_test_day_Juno_milestone_3_test_cases

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