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Re: [Rdo-list] Notes from test days



Here is an initial blog writing and my configs for "RDO OpenStack Juno ML2 VXLAN 2 Node Deployment On CentOS 7 With Packstack"

http://cloudssky.com/en/blog/RDO-OpenStack-Juno-ML2-VXLAN-2-Node-Deployment-On-CentOS-7-With-Packstack/

and I know the post needs a lot of improvements and I'll be thankful for your feedback.

Thanks again to all of you which made the RDO test days happen and so successful.
-Arash

On Sun, Oct 5, 2014 at 2:42 PM, whayutin <whayutin redhat com> wrote:
On Sun, 2014-10-05 at 13:57 +0200, Arash Kaffamanesh wrote:
> 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.
>
>
> Thanks!
> - Arash

Our internal testing shows this should work for you, however our public
facing 2 node ml2-vxlan is failing to launch instances so there may be
some configuration error there.

https://prod-rdojenkins.rhcloud.com/job/khaleesi-rdo-juno-production-centos-7.0-multinode-packstack-neutron-ml2-vxlan-rabbitmq/

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> On Sat, Oct 4, 2014 at 8:41 PM, Arash Kaffamanesh <ak cloudssky com>
> wrote:
>         Hi Rich,
>         hello together,
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>         Many thanks to you and all of you for your effort testing the
>         Juno release.
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>         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.
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>         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.
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>         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?
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>         Thanks!
>         Arash
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>         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/
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>                 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.
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>                 There's also some listed on
>                 https://openstack.redhat.com/RDO_test_day_Juno_milestone_3_test_cases
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>                 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.
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>                 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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