Thank's for all your answers,
I could fix it!
I created a new tenant named "admin" (don't know if the name is important)
and sourced a new file with the OS_* variables after unsetting SERVICE_TOKEN and
I didn't know that SERVICE_TOKEN and SERVICE_ENDPOINT are intended to work together.
Good to know !
Another question: Is it mandatory to create a specific tenant called "Service"
and adding to him a user for each Openstack-Service (nova, glance, ...). It is mentioned
in the official guide but not in the RedHat Preview.
From: Derek Higgins [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: vendredi 7 décembre 2012 14:37
To: Vogel Nicolas
Cc: Fedora Cloud SIG; rhos-list(a)redhat.com
Subject: Re: [rhos-list] keystone or dashboard problem?
On 12/07/2012 01:26 PM, Matthias Runge wrote:
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On 12/07/2012 02:16 PM, Vogel Nicolas wrote:
> Thanks for your answer,
> Did you have any idea why Keystone is "expecting an endpoint provided
> via either --endpoint or env[SERVICE_ENDPOINT]"?
> When I'm trying the following command: "keystone --os-endpoint
token-get", I get "Configuration
> error: Client configured to run without a service catalog. Run the
> client using --os-auth-url or OS_AUTH_URL, instead of --os-endpoint
> or OS_SERVICE_ENDPOINT, for example." The OS_AUTH_URL is configured
> in my keystonerc_username file and I sourced it successfully. I
> didn't had this problem when I made the installation with CentOS 6.2.
> Currently I'm working with CentOS 6.3.
> Thank's for answers and ideas to fix the problem.
> Regards, Nicolas.
I've made a file containing something like that:
Every time, when I'm using keystone (or other OpenStack command line
tools), I'm sourcing that file for my session once. But: That is not
sourced automatically, I'm doing that by hand.
I think your original error is displayed if you have one of SERVICE_TOKEN or
SERVICE_ENDPOINT in your environment but not both, they are intended to be used together.
Also you should use these or the OS_* environment variables but not both.
Can you make sure you have removed the SERVICE_TOKEN and SERVICE_ENDPOINT variables from
your shell environment.
$ unset SERVICE_TOKEN
$ unset SERVICE_ENDPOINT
and that you have defined the 4 OS_ variables that Matthias mentioned
> -----Original Message----- From: rhos-list-bounces(a)redhat.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Matthias Runge
> Sent: vendredi 7 décembre 2012 10:28 To: rhos-list(a)redhat.com
> Subject: Re: [rhos-list] keystone or dashboard problem?
> On 12/06/2012 11:56 AM, Vogel Nicolas wrote:
>> I've just made a new install with the latest version of the « RedHat
>> getting started guide with Openstack Folsom » Revision 1.0-2.
>> I'm using CentOS 6.3 for this install.
>> After installing Openstack-keystone, I'm unable to perform "keystone
>> user-list" and "keystone token-get". I have sourced the
>> keystonerc_username file but the system says "Expecting an endpoint
>> provided via either --endpoint or env[SERVICE_ENDPOINT]". When I'm
>> explicitly given the endpoint in the command line, the output is
>> "Configuration error: Client configured to run without a service
>> catalog. Run the client using --os-auth-url or OS_AUTH_URL, instead
>> of --os-endpoint or OS_SERVICE_ENDPOINT, for example."
>> But the OS_AUTH_URL is configured in my keystonerc_username file so
>> I don't understand why the system asks for it.
>> I can then all the installation steps without problems, but after I
>> given my credentials in the dashboard login page (admin/secret or
>> username/secret), I got "Internal Server Error".
>> Is that linked with the first problem from Keystone?
> speaking for dashboard:
> dashboard reads its configuration from keystone, so a working
> keystone is required to be able to use horizon.
> So, yes, your horizon problems should be directly linked to your
> keystone issues.
>> I'm searching for more information in logs but currently I found no
>> answer to my questions.
>> Thanks for help,
>> *Nicolas Vogel*
>> *Institut for Information and Communication Technologies*
>> *University of Applied Sciences - Western Switzerland*
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