I have been tinkering around with the CloudForms beta 1, and found something I feel is a bug. If I do the following:
1. yum install aeolus-all
2. aeolus-configure (note that no provider is setup)
3. Login to the web portal, change the admin password as any recommended
4. Setup my rhevm provider in /etc/aeolus-configure/nodes/rhevm_configure (file name might be different, speaking from memory)
5. aeolus-configure -p rhevm
I see the script failing when trying to push the changes to Conductor. Some further research showed that the script is assuming the admin password is still the default one, so if I change it and try again it works.
Is it the expected behaviour that providers should only be configured during the installation, or should I file a bug?
Javier Peña, RHCA email: javier.pena(a)redhat.com
Senior Architect cell : +34 662 330080
EMEA Infrastructure Practice
I just pushed a change that removes qpid as a imagefactory dependency in
configure and removes qpid-cpp-server from aeolus-all spec in conductor.
This is one of those situations where if you don't have both changes
locally, you will see problems when you run aeolus-configure.
Also, if you happen to install an older version of imagefactory, say
1.0.0rc3-1.fc16 on the testing repo, that will also pull in qpid again.
Later versions of imagefactory like rc9 don't do this.
Just a heads up if you run into these situations.