I've been playing with Openstack, but I can't get the networking to function correctly. I'm just trying to get a single server going. I can bring up instances, but they get stuck at the BIOS loading screen (which I can see from VNC), and the log tells me that they're searching for an IP address.
I'm on Ubuntu 10.04, if it matters. I'm using Stackops' PPA for all the Openstack packages. Everything's at the latest revisions.
I've caught this post, and it seems really helpful: http://blog.stackops.com/2011/06/13/understanding-stackops-openstack-nova-networking-configuration/#comment-89. The question I have is: how and where are the various networks listed there (green, red, yellow, and blue) configured? What goes in
nova-manage floating, and
My server has a 10.1.1.x address, and I just want to give any VM's I bring up another 10.1.1.x address so that it's visible on the local network directly. (I can try getting fancier later.) Can anyone give me some example configuration on how to do this? I don't even care if I use DHCP or "flat" networking. (The server has a second NIC and plugs into a managed switch, but I don't want to try VLAN'ing at this point.)
root@stack01:~# cat /etc/nova/nova.conf --dhcpbridge_flagfile=/etc/nova/nova.conf --dhcpbridge=/usr/bin/nova-dhcpbridge --logdir=/var/log/nova --state_path=/var/lib/nova --lock_path=/var/lock/nova --verbose --s3_host=10.1.1.50 --rabbit_host=10.1.1.50 --cc_host=10.1.1.50 --ec2_url=http://10.1.1.50:8773/services/Cloud --fixed_range=10.1.1.0/27 --network_size=256 --flat_network_dhcp_start=10.1.1.2 --FAKE_subdomain=ec2 --routing_source_ip=10.1.1.50 --verbose --sql_connection=mysql://root:firstname.lastname@example.org/nova --network_manager=nova.network.manager.FlatDHCPManager --vnc_console_proxy_url=http://10.1.1.50:6080 root@stack01:~# nova-manage network list network netmask start address DNS 10.1.1.0/27 255.255.255.224 10.1.1.2 188.8.131.52 root@stack01:~# nova-manage floating list test-vm-1 10.1.1.120 None root@stack01:~# euca-describe-images IMAGE ari-5c4f6b10 mybucket/ramdisk.manifest.xml available public x86_64 ramdisk IMAGE ami-5baa20a8 mybucket/machine.manifest.xml available public x86_64 machine aki-19a82b1f ari-5c4f6b10 IMAGE aki-19a82b1f mybucket/kernel.manifest.xml available public x86_64 kernel root@stack01:~# euca-describe-instances RESERVATION r-0f02dr00 admin default INSTANCE i-00000014 ami-5baa20a8 192.168.254.3 192.168.254.3 running None (admin, stack01) 0 m1.small 2011-07-25T17:47:57Z nova
As you can see, my instance is coming up with a 192.168.254.x address. I know I've put that range into my configuration somewhere along the line, but I can't find where it's at in my configuration now, so I can't change it!
I'd give you a link to the docs I followed to setup my image, but they've disappeared from the Wiki! ;-)