On 13/07/2012, at 6:01 PM, Marcus Moeller wrote:
On 07/13/2012 09:59 AM, Justin Clift wrote:
> On 13/07/2012, at 4:39 PM, Marcus Moeller wrote:
>> I got at least an:
>> Error: admin configure node is missing
>> "/etc/aeolus-configure/nodes/admin_configure" does not exist
>> if I try to run aeolus-configure with the admin profile.
> Ouch, that's not supposed to happen. (obviously)
> If you run this, what's the result?
> $ rpm -qa | grep -i aeolus | sort
> Just wanting to check which versions of things you have
> installed before I start panicing. :)
Np, we habe been using Spacewalk for a long time to deploy Fedora, so we know what it
means to use broken software ;)
Ahhh, can see the cause. You grabbed the updated Aeolus packages from the updates testing
repo too, not just Deltacloud. ;)
It's not a problem (hopefully!), it just means that when you run aeolus-configure, you
should leave off the "admin" argument.
("admin" bit is only for the 0.10.4 version rpms, not later)
Just to be ultra clear, you'll now be running this:
$ sudo aeolus-configure -p ec2,whatever_else_you_need_here
$ sudo aeolus-configure -p admin,ec2,whatever_else_you_need_here
For the OpenStack support, I'm still not sure though. And ironically, the
developer who has doing coding stuff with it went on holiday last friday.
Aeolus Community Manager