On 08/13/2012 04:16 AM, Vogel Nicolas wrote:



I made a new installation from openstack-essex on a CentOS 6.3 server using following doc : http://fedorapeople.org/~russellb/openstack-lab-rhsummit-2012/index.html


Everything is working 100% fine, except some warnings because of deprecated functions but it doesn’t matter at this point.


I can launch the dashboard interface in my browser ( but after that I’m unable to login with my credentials admin/secret or username/secret. I set the env. variables (OS_USERNAME and OS_PASSWORD) new and restart the openstack-keystone service but it doesn’t work.

Dashboard does not use the env vars,  so I am not too clear on what you are saying here.

If you follow the instructions posted above,  you should be able to source the keystonerc_admin file and do

keystone token-get

If that works,  use the same userid and password to log in to the Dashboard.

Same thing with the keystonerc_username file.

If the Keystone CLI doesn't work, that is a different problem than the dashboard not working.


Has someone an idea to fix the problem?

Could I make all this installation by replacing the loopback address ( with my eth0 physical IP-address?




Nicolas Vogel


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