[arch-general] Openstack keystone
Pieters.Andy.Mailing at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 15:28:26 EDT 2012
On 13 September 2012 19:30, Krzysztof Warzecha <kwarzecha7 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry for delayed response, I had a busy week.
Not at all, I appreciate your help regardless
> No, keystone-all and keystone-manage will not be available system wide
> unless you add them to path. I'm not sure if this is good idea. You
> could try to do something like this:
> sudo mkdir /usr/local/virtualenvs/keystone
> sudo virtualenv2 /usr/local/virtualenvs/keystone
> sudo ln -s /usr/local/virtualenvs/keystone/bin/keystone-all /usr/local/bin/
> sudo ln -s /usr/local/virtualenvs/keystone/bin/keystone-manage /usr/local/bin/
> But I'm not sure if it will work. (Beware, you cannot move virtualenv
> once its installed, see ).
> Since you want to install keystone system wide, you could also run
> "sudo python2 setup.py install". It will install all dependencies and
> stuff (but it can mess with python2-* packages from pacman, see ).
> > I have also attached the full trace I get when I try to run keystone-all
> > when built by myself.
> Could you post your keystone config? It seems that
> paste/deploy/loadwsgi.py tries to load that 'server' module because it
> found it in local_conf. I'm not sure where contents of local_conf
> comes from.
Aha! The plot, as they say, thickens... See attached file it does
mention keystone.server in it. As far as I remember it is either the
default file that came with it, or something I copied over out of a
> You can debug this script futher with pdb:
> python2 -m pdb /usr/bin/keystone-all
> Type 'help' for help, 'up' / 'down' / 'bt' to move through the stack,
> 'dir()' to show variables on current frame and 'pp variable' /
> 'dir(object)' / 'pp object.method()' / 'pp object.field' to inspect
> variables and objects.
This really helps
>  http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv#making-environments-relocatable
>  https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=139264
> Krzysztof Warzecha
Thanks I really appreciate this
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