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Changes in Devstack (?) causing Lab issues

I think there's an issue with Devstack stack.sh.

I started out by using the Lab Environments, and right from the start (Lab 2), I am unable to see (as admin) any of the existing Projects, Users, etc.

I thought maybe an issue with the Lab enviroment, so I created my own local (using KVM) Ubuntu 14.04 based devstack host. Using the same local.conf set up as the labs [but adjusting for my network], I'm running into the exact same issues.

Unable to see any information for the following [All return with Unable to retrieve errors]:


System: Instances, Volumes Identity: Project, Users, Groups and Roles

What's more interesting is when I try to create a new project. I get 2 errors:


Error: Could not find default role "Member" in Keystone Error: Not Found (HTTP 404)

I'm getting those on both the hosted Lab environments as well as with my own dev environment at home.

If I've missed something obvious [which is always a distinct possibility], please let me know.

Thanks.

Comments

  • khandpurkhandpur Posts: 3

    Hi. I'm completely dead in the water, can't do any of the labs. Lab2, all of the Lab3 and Lab 4, I'm unable to anything as admin.

  • serewiczserewicz Posts: 467

    DevStack does change a lot and not always with the best quality control. It is a downside of such a massive and active community of developers.  I have just run lab2 and configured the devstack-cc system.  Verify you are using the IP address for your system. For example you may use 192.168.97.1, if that is the IP you found under task 1, step 4.

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