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Simple OpenStack install on Ubuntu 14 04

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Do not be put off by the amount of machines and resources you may think you need for OpenStack. If you want to learn OpenStack or test simple deployments then we can get this up and running on a single VM using as little as 4GB of RAM. In the video I use 6 GB of RAM and 25GB disk. You can have OpenStack up and running in 45 minutes to 1 hour. This is perfect to learn and study for you Certifed OpenStack Additionally you can find my video courses on Pluralsight: http://pluralsight.com/training/Authors/Details/andrew-mallett and take time to see my own site http://www.theurbanpenguin.com
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Koushik Das (4 months ago)
Compact, practical and to the point. In simple words, a great demonstration. Thank you so much
David Skinner (5 months ago)
Great tutorial!
Hariharan Ramanan (5 months ago)
Very helpful
Hari Kiran Vusirikala (7 months ago)
[Call Trace] ./stack.sh:227:die [ERROR] ./stack.sh:227 If you wish to run this script anyway run with FORCE=yes is that error I got after running ./stack.sh
Sandy (10 months ago)
Thanks for the video, I was able to use it for my server rented from datasoft http://datasoft.ws
FollowIfYouSwallow (11 months ago)
Thank you for sharing the wealth andrew!
Gaurav Mittal (11 months ago)
Hi Andrew, Is there a tutorial of how to install Openstack Ocata on multiple bare metal server for production deployment. Regards, Gaurav
Jasson Hidalgo (11 months ago)
https://git.openstack.org/openstack-dev/devstack does not exit. Does anybody knows the new path? See minute 5:50
D. Cao Portgas (1 year ago)
when i run ./stack.sh i met error: 2017-08-10 11:09:21.208 | Reading package lists... 2017-08-10 11:09:21.686 | Building dependency tree... 2017-08-10 11:09:21.692 | Reading state information... 2017-08-10 11:09:21.973 | E: Unable to locate package libsystemd-dev 2017-08-10 11:09:21.973 | E: Unable to locate package neutron-agent 2017-08-10 11:09:21.973 | E: Unable to locate package neutron-l3 2017-08-10 11:09:21.985 | +functions-common:apt_get:1 exit_trap 2017-08-10 11:09:21.993 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:521 local r=100 2017-08-10 11:09:22.000 | ++./stack.sh:exit_trap:522 jobs -p 2017-08-10 11:09:22.008 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:522 jobs= 2017-08-10 11:09:22.015 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:525 [[ -n '' ]] 2017-08-10 11:09:22.022 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:531 '[' -f '' ']' 2017-08-10 11:09:22.029 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:536 kill_spinner 2017-08-10 11:09:22.036 | +./stack.sh:kill_spinner:417 '[' '!' -z '' ']' 2017-08-10 11:09:22.043 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:538 [[ 100 -ne 0 ]] 2017-08-10 11:09:22.050 | +./stack.sh:exit_trap:539 echo 'Error on exit' 2017-08-10 11:09:22.050 | Error on exit can you help me, please. :( thanks
Bineet joshi (1 year ago)
hellodear i have got this error while running ./stach.sh [ERROR] ./stack.sh:198 If you wish to run this script anyway run with FORCE=yes /home/stack/devstack/functions-common: line 232: /opt/stack/logs/error.log: No such file or directory
Daniel Ruiz (8 months ago)
introduce: FORCE=yes ./stack.sh
me too
rifat tasnim (1 year ago)
how to find the host ip?can u pls help.
buffersize (4 months ago)
Ip addr
Danny Rock (1 year ago)
seema mashalkar (1 year ago)
great video to start with..thanks
akcire6 (1 year ago)
This did not work for me I am on the Unbunto 16.04 LTS. when i execute the vim command I did not have the package. I installed then attempted to do the copy to the local.conf and when VIM opened it froze with no data copied. Is there an alternative to this step?
Also try to use fedora distro, its more "Openstack-friendly".
I'm not sure I understand your problem. When u re-edit local.conf file, u have to "./stack.sh" with sudo privileges in order to apply the changes on your Openstack session. Local.conf is not a dynamic script that applies changes "on-the-fly". Try to restack it and inform me.
Amel Souig (1 year ago)
Ιlias Theodore Skordas did u configure openstack and work with it?
just use "vi" editor or the "gedit" command. example: gedit PATH vi PATH Path*: u just write the path of your file you want to edit.
Amel Souig (1 year ago)
i have the same problem as you, did u solve it ?
lorcan0c (1 year ago)
You are a lifesaver, I've been battling with OpenStack configuration for 2 months now (College thesis...) and this absolutely saved me. You've no idea how grateful I am.
Raghu tak (1 year ago)
An awesome video.. Can u please answer how can I setup multinode environment??
payne wey (1 year ago)
Very clear, thank you
Elie Ghazal (1 year ago)
Hello and thank you for the video. I downloaded devstack and launched stack.sh without updating local.conf. How to open OpenStack from my browser ? and is there a way to fix the ip addresses without reinstalling the package ? Thank you in advance,
Serob42 (1 year ago)
Is swift included in this install pack and if yes, is it possible to use it form the outside (I mean to put/get objects from swift using api from other machines) ???
Imran Bijapuri (1 year ago)
varun jana (1 year ago)
can you share your network config for ubuntu on virtual box?
Isidro Lim (1 year ago)
hi mate, I followed the steps but i'm stuck to this area. 2016-09-15 12:47:02.311 | +functions-common:time_stop:2386 total=112 2016-09-15 12:47:02.367 | +functions-common:time_stop:2388 _TIME_START[$name]= 2016-09-15 12:47:02.428 | +functions-common:time_stop:2389 _TIME_TOTAL[$name]=150 2016-09-15 12:47:02.504 | +inc/python:pip_install:179 return 0 2016-09-15 12:47:02.570 | +lib/keystone:install_keystonemiddleware:550 pip_install_gr python-memcached any idea?
Nir Levy (1 year ago)
theurbanpenguin always after reboot openstack services are not running, requires running ./stack.sh before able to continue Is there a way to overcome this?
biopack (1 year ago)
crontab -e @reboot /path/to/script
Nir Levy (1 year ago)
it only worked when I've eliminated the "sudo apt update" otherwise I had this issue the I could not overcome: https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/68347/error-could-not-install-dependencies-tempest/
HARISH KUMAR (1 year ago)
how to remove added user from stack
Nir Levy (1 year ago)
deluser newuser https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-add-and-delete-users-on-an-ubuntu-14-04-vps
Vikas Kanojia (1 year ago)
donya shoeibi (2 years ago)
i typed ./stack.sh and show me this error ./stack.sh:191:die [ERROR] ./stack.sh:191 If you wish to run this script anyway run with FORCE=yes then i typed FORCE=yes ./stack.sh then and show this error 2016-06-13 15:21:45.580 | [ERROR] /home/donya/devstack/functions-common:2113 ENABLED_SERVICES directly modified to overcome 'disable_service n-net' 2016-06-13 15:21:46.584 | Error on exit 2016-06-13 15:21:46.585 | ./stack.sh: line 488: generate-subunit: command not found how can i fix it?
FORCE=yes ./stack.sh
NullRootix (1 year ago)
try doing chmod +x stack.sh
Eli Peli (2 years ago)
This is good article. thanks
Filr Guru (2 years ago)
I wonder if it is also possible to install on SUSE ;)
wolfiedgr8t (2 years ago)
Thanks, great video :)
Skyfox94 (2 years ago)
that's really cool, thanks for the video!

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