AWX is the upstream project from which the Red Hat Ansible Tower offering is ultimately derived.
Read more: AWX project FAQ
Install steps below on CentOS 7.3 minimal.
This issue happens on some hardware nodes. After successful compute node install. First boot is hanging with message:
TFTP prefix: trying to load : pxelinux.cfg/0101FFFF OK booting from local disk PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel boot agent Could not find kernel image: boot:
This example shows how to automate:
Terraform does not have Ansible provisioner so we'll use local-exec provisioner for Ansible.
RPM package is convenient way to automate consul installation on many RHEL or CentOS servers. But consul rpm is not provided by HashiCorp.
Let's create consul RPM package for CentOS 7 with systemd support.
I followed this documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/newton/install-guide-rdo/
Below are mix of issue and how to fix them after install OpenStack (Newton) cluster on Centos 7.
You cannot create image from a volume in-use. Volume status must be "available" to create image. So:
1. stop instance
2. create snapshoot
3. create new volume from snapshoot
4. convert volume and upload image to the glance
5. download image (optional)
This post shows how to switch Horizon to HTTPS.
Before start you should have working OpenStack Horizon through HTTP.
OS: CentOS 7.3
Meaning of this post is to create first simple understanding of the yield. Yield is one of the topics that maybe hard to understand in the Python.
This post is related to the previous one: Kubernetes – simple install on CentOS 7 with Web UI
This posts shows working kubernetes setup on CentOS 7.2.1511. Some steps are not covered in other articles on the internet.
Current Kubernetes release version 1.2.0-0.13 in the CentOS default repositories.
All your kubernetes nodes will be in 3 different subnets at the same time:
Each server has 1 Ethernet adapter. Example configuration: