New installation UI is not accessible

Asked by Caio on 2016-10-21

I try to install Fuel Community 9.0, after installation I cant access UI. I checked the service using fuel-utils and nailgun seens is not installed:

fuel-utils check_service nailgun
checking with command "systemctl is-active nailgun"
unknown
try number 1
return code is 3
unknown
try number 2
return code is 3

systemctl is-active nailgun
unknown

I downloaded ISO today, here: https://www.fuel-infra.org/#fuelget

Has anyone ever experienced this? Thanks!

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2016-10-21
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2016-11-10
Jan Wenzel (coffeelover) said : #1

Hi,

i also had this problem. The cause seems to be the disabled mos-os repo. Because of this, the packages python-openstackclient and nailgun can not be installed during the bootstrap.

To workaround this, i open a shell in the first duel menu appearance and set enabled=1 in the file /etc/yum.repos.d/mos-os.repo and manually install both packages before the bootstrap (when exiting the menu).

Installing the packages after the initial bootstrap and calling the bootstrap /usr/sbin/bootstrap_admin_node.sh afterwards does not work.

marko (tocko) said : #2

Hi,

I'm also having the same problem, but the workaround doesn't work for me. Bootstrap breaks during "DEPLOYMENT TASK: client". There is a problem with a call:
'fuel rel --sync-deployment-tasks --dir /etc/puppet/'

It returns error 401: "Authentication Required".

marko (tocko) said : #3

Hi,

I've finally managed to get fuel 9 iso to work. After fuel installation go to shell from fuel menu and execute:

/usr/bin/rsync -avz --delete --exclude='repo*' rsync://mirror.fuel-infra.org/mirror/mos-repos/centos/mos9.0-centos7/os/x86_64/ /var/www/nailgun/mitaka-9.0/mos-centos/x86_64/
/usr/bin/createrepo --update /var/www/nailgun/mitaka-9.0/mos-centos/x86_64/
yum clean all
yum update python-fuelclient

This updates the local nailgun mos9.0-centos repo with packages need bootstrap (missing dependencies for python-openstackclient and fuel-nailgun)
Update of python-fuelclient resolves fuel auth problem.

I still need to check if upgrade to 9.1 breaks anything. :)

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