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lab4.1 - Deploying OpenStack for ONAP - error getting the delorean.repo

On the step 5 in lab 4.1, I am getting a 404 error as the url (https://trunk.rdoproject.org/centos7-ocata/current-tripleo/delorean.repo) seems to be an old one. Is anybody else facing the same issue and has found a workaround? Would highly appreciate any help with this.

[step 5 for reference]
Start the OPNFV Openstack deployment using the following steps. Run these instructions on the OpenStack VM.
sudo -i
cd /opnfv
nohup ./update_undercloud_yumrepo.sh &

Error received in nohup.out:
--2020-07-02 17:46:44-- https://trunk.rdoproject.org/centos7-ocata/current-tripleo/delorean.repo
Resolving trunk.rdoproject.org (trunk.rdoproject.org)...
Connecting to trunk.rdoproject.org (trunk.rdoproject.org)||:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2020-07-02 17:46:44 ERROR 404: Not Found.

I tried using the https://trunk.rdoproject.org/centos7-train/current/delorean.repo which gets over the problem of getting the repo file but a later step in the ansible playbook fails.

Any help highly appreciated...



  • ajayrav
    ajayrav Posts: 6

    Hello Maintainers,
    Could you please help with this? All my labs are stuck due to the installation not going through.
    Many thanks,

  • Hi Ajay,

    It seems like CentOS community removed Ocata repository due to that OPNF Apex Euphrates deployment fails over GCP.

    This happened recently on 17th June, 2020. Please refer to the following link.


    We are in the process of coming up with alternate solution. Please use your local openstack / dev-stack environment to proceed further.


  • ajayrav
    ajayrav Posts: 6
    edited July 2020

    Hi Vivek,
    Thanks for the response. Would you be able to guide me with the process of using a local openstack/dev-stack environment? Would really appreciate some steps here which tell me how to use a local environment along with the aarna image and the other ONAP nodes (anodes 1 to 6).


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