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Re: [Rdo-list] TripleO quickstart problem by deploying the overcloud



Finally I got the TripleO installation running.
After the virtual environment setup via:
bash quickstart.sh $virthost

If I run "openstack undercloud install" directly, the undercloud installation completes, but the following steps leads to an incomplete setup (I could reproduce this several times on our own hardware and on Rackspace Ironic powered :-) OnMetal servers):

[stack undercloud ~]$ . stackrc 

[stack undercloud ~]$ openstack overcloud image upload

[stack undercloud ~]$ openstack baremetal import --json instackenv.json

[stack undercloud ~]$ ironic node-list

+--------------------------------------+-----------+---------------+-------------+--------------------+-------------+

| UUID                                 | Name      | Instance UUID | Power State | Provisioning State | Maintenance |

+--------------------------------------+-----------+---------------+-------------+--------------------+-------------+

| 57db4c06-7bb9-40c8-8530-6e9d5efb83c5 | control-0 | None          | None        | available          | False       |

| 21af64b4-d3c3-4b63-ba97-aa14173a21be | compute-0 | None          | None        | available          | False       |

+--------------------------------------+-----------+---------------+-------------+--------------------+-------------+

and as I mentioned earlier the "openstack baremetal configure boot" times out:

[stack undercloud ~]$ openstack baremetal configure boot

Node 57db4c06-7bb9-40c8-8530-6e9d5efb83c5 power state is in transition. Waiting up to 120 seconds for it to complete.

Timed out waiting for node 57db4c06-7bb9-40c8-8530-6e9d5efb83c5 power state.

And I guess because the Power State is set to None!

But if I run the following scripts by hand the installation completes successfully (in most cases):

undercloud-install.sh 

undercloud-post-install.sh 

overcloud-deploy.sh 

overcloud-deploy-post.sh 

overcloud-validate.sh

Only once by my last tests it failed after running:

[stack undercloud ~]$ bash overcloud-deploy.sh 


2016-03-28 15:21:56 [Compute]: CREATE_COMPLETE state changed

Stack overcloud CREATE_FAILED

Deployment failed:  Heat Stack create failed.

And I had to delete the stack and re-deploy it again, which worked :-)

[stack undercloud ~]$ heat stack-delete overcloud

[stack undercloud ~]$ bash overcloud-deploy.sh 

[stack undercloud ~]$ heat stack-list

+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+---------------------+--------------+

| id                                   | stack_name | stack_status    | creation_time       | updated_time |

+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+---------------------+--------------+

| 8e588312-d839-4089-b123-3fa9b5e76c82 | overcloud  | CREATE_COMPLETE | 2016-03-28T16:44:59 | None         |

+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+---------------------+--------------+

Here are the steps which might lead to a successful TripleO quickstart setup with a seed and baremetal host (virthost-01).

(the seed / ansible host is a CentOS 7 machine (could be a VM running in VirtualBox on localhost on Mac or Windows for instance), the baremetal host needs 32 GB RAM, 2 nics and 150 GB Disk).

On the seed / ansible host run:

[root seed ~]# yum -y update

[root seed ~]# yum install git -y

[root seed ~]# vim /etc/hosts

<ip-virthost-01> virthost-01

[root seed ~] git clone https://github.com/redhat-openstack/tripleo-quickstart/

[root seed ~] cd tripleo-quickstart/

[root seed ~] sudo bash quickstart.sh --install-deps

[root seed ~] reboot (not needed, but doesn't hurt :-))

[root seed ~] ssh-keygen -t rsa

[root seed ~] ssh-copy-id -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub virthost-01

[root seed ~] ssh <ip-virthost-01> 

exit

Deploy your virtual environment by running:

[root seed ~] bash quickstart.sh virthost-01 

##################################

Virtual Environment Setup Complete

##################################

Access the undercloud by:

    ssh -F /root/.quickstart/ssh.config.ansible undercloud


USE THIS: There are scripts in the home directory to continue the deploy:

    undercloud-install.sh will run the undercloud install

    undercloud-post-install.sh will perform all pre-deploy steps

    overcloud-deploy.sh will deploy the overcloud

    overcloud-deploy-post.sh will do any post-deploy configuration

    overcloud-validate.sh will run post-deploy validation

Alternatively, you can ignore these scripts and follow the upstream docs:

First: (DON’t use this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

    openstack undercloud install

    source stackrc

Verify your Stack:

[stack undercloud ~]$ heat stack-list

+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+---------------------+--------------+

| id                                   | stack_name | stack_status    | creation_time       | updated_time |

+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+---------------------+--------------+

| 8e588312-d839-4089-b123-3fa9b5e76c82 | overcloud  | CREATE_COMPLETE | 2016-03-28T16:44:59 | None         |

+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+---------------------+--------------+


By the way, I'd love to see and help to have an complete installation guide for TripleO powered by RDO on the RDO site (the instack virt setup without quickstart on http://docs.openstack.org/ doesn't work and this might be changed through the RDO community power :-)).

Thx,
-Arash


On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 3:52 AM, Adam Young <ayoung redhat com> wrote:
On 03/25/2016 02:52 PM, Arash Kaffamanesh wrote:
Hi,

I'm trying to deploy OpenStack via TripleO quickstart in AIO / virt mode and I'm getting by the last step deploying the overcloud the following "Heat Stack create failed" message (There are not enough hosts available, due to Configuration has 4 errors, fix them before proceeding ????).

After running openstack overcloud deploy I'm getting Configuration has 4 errors, fix them before proceeding: (and I guess the problem lies somehow here with the "incorrectly configured driver_info"):

[stack undercloud ~]$ openstack overcloud deploy --templates

Node uuid=a62116c4-1daf-45e9-aa2d-ef8a4effdc20 has an incorrectly configured driver_info/deploy_ramdisk. Expected "482254d3-4b0c-4c3f-b2ba-bdf34badbbd3" but got "None".

Node uuid=a62116c4-1daf-45e9-aa2d-ef8a4effdc20 has an incorrectly configured driver_info/deploy_kernel. Expected "482254d3-4b0c-4c3f-b2ba-bdf34badbbd3" but got "None".

Node uuid=cfc60017-36e8-4808-842d-8c65ffb5e4b1 has an incorrectly configured driver_info/deploy_ramdisk. Expected "482254d3-4b0c-4c3f-b2ba-bdf34badbbd3" but got "None".

Node uuid=cfc60017-36e8-4808-842d-8c65ffb5e4b1 has an incorrectly configured driver_info/deploy_kernel. Expected "482254d3-4b0c-4c3f-b2ba-bdf34badbbd3" but got "None".

Configuration has 4 errors, fix them before proceeding. Ignoring these errors is likely to lead to a failed deploy.

Deploying templates in the directory /usr/share/openstack-tripleo-heat-templates

2016-03-25 17:45:13 [overcloud]: CREATE_IN_PROGRESS  Stack CREATE started

2016-03-25 17:45:13 [MysqlRootPassword]: CREATE_IN_PROGRESS  state changed

2016-03-25 17:45:14 [Networks]: CREATE_IN_PROGRESS  state changed

.......

2016-03-25 17:47:15 [overcloud]: CREATE_FAILED  Resource CREATE failed: resources.Compute: ResourceInError: resources[0].resources.NovaCompute: Went to status ERROR due to "Message: No valid host was found. There are not enough hosts available., Code: 500"

Stack overcloud CREATE_FAILED

Heat Stack create failed.

[stack undercloud ~]$ heat stack-list

+--------------------------------------+------------+---------------+---------------------+--------------+

| id                                   | stack_name | stack_status  | creation_time       | updated_time |

+--------------------------------------+------------+---------------+---------------------+--------------+

| 27fd6b76-7413-4e9b-9b5e-c7afb941ee0e | overcloud  | CREATE_FAILED | 2016-03-25T17:45:12 | None         |

+--------------------------------------+------------+---------------+---------------------+--------------+


By the way I tried to get the stable liberty and the latest mitaka working with TripleO, no either worked.
And tried also Lars's tutorial here:

http://blog.oddbit.com/2016/02/19/deploy-an-ha-openstack-development-envir/

had not so much luck, but could learn a lot and would prefer to learn more by running the ansible playbooks by hand as described by Lars.

Any help / advice is much appreciated.

Thx,
-Arash


Super valuable guide.

http://hardysteven.blogspot.com/2015/04/debugging-tripleo-heat-templates.html

I had similar problems.  I had to increase the size of the controller nodes.

Since running tripleo Quickstart, I've not had any problems, but that is not true baremetal.





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