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Verifying Network Failure

asked 2015-10-16 07:45:09 -0700

kej gravatar image

Hello, If someone can give me information, it would be great help. I installed OPNFV Arno-Fuel SR1. There are two dell servers: one for controller and another one for compute node. I tried to verify network and had the following error message. Should public network need internet access?

"Verification failed. These nodes: "3", "4" failed to connect to some of these repositories: "http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/", "http://mirror.fuel-infra.org/mos/ubuntu/" Repo availability verification using public network failed on following nodes Untitled (7d:5c). Following repos are not available - http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ , http://mirror.fuel-infra.org/mos/ubuntu/ . Check your public network settings and availability of the repositories from public network. Please examine nailgun and astute logs for additional details."

Thank you,

Eun

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answered 2015-10-16 09:42:03 -0700

Deivarayan gravatar image

Hi,

There are 2 ways to do this (but both requires internet connection) 1. Internet connectivity in all nodes. (OR) 2. Internet connectivity in Fuel only (Internet connection in controller and compute is optional but NTP servers must be accessible from controller and compute nodes) . If you follow the second method, you can download the required packages in Fuel and change the link to Fuel repository in settings tab of Fuel GUI.

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answered 2015-10-16 14:31:41 -0700

mskalski gravatar image

Hi,

There is also third way which not require internet connection. It is described in Arno Fuel install guide in section " Set Local Mirror Repos". Arno Fuel ISO already contain required packages for deployment and during Fuel Master installation local mirrors are setup. When you create new environment you can decided to use them instead of upstream repositories. Here you can also find some hints.

If you don't have access to Internet please remember to point to your local DNS and NTP servers in Fuel Web UI settings menu.

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answered 2015-11-07 01:21:05 -0700

wuwb1989 gravatar image

Hi,
I also met similar problem, my solution is to check if the iso contains ubuntu images so that we can use it directly without download. The way for that purpose is to see contents in the repo as follows. if it does, modify settings on Repositories. ISO i used is built by genesis/fuel/build. arno-2015.2.0 doesn't supply ubuntu images so it has to download from official web.

Repositories
Name URi
ubuntu deb http://10.20.0.2:8080/ubuntu-part trusty main
ubuntu-updates deb http://10.20.0.2:8080/ubuntu-part trusty main
ubuntu-security deb http://10.20.0.2:8080/ubuntu-part trusty main
mos deb http://10.20.0.2:80802014.2.2-6.1/ubu... mos6.1 main restricted
mos-updates deb http://10.20.0.2:8080/mos-ubuntu mos6.1-updates main restricted
mos-security deb http://10.20.0.2:8080/mos-ubuntu mos6.1-security main restricted
mos-holdback deb http://10.20.0.2:8080/mos-ubuntu mos6.1-holdback main restricted
Auxiliary deb http://10.20.0.2:80802014.2.2-6.1/ubu... auxiliary main restricted

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