I am new to the Opennebula world and have hit a snag
The script for Minione fails at repository.
Any help or guidance for a work around or fix would be great.
Though I have tried a classic install, its a lot to work through and I have not yet built up an understanding.
Using Native Ubuntu 22.04 i7 16 GB ram 256 GB HDD
Versions of the related components and OS (frontend, hypervisors, VMs):
Steps to reproduce:
Thank you for reporting the issue!
The bug has been just fixed in the 6.8.1 minione release.
Get the minione using that form.
Wow, that is awesome
Really great response time
Thanks and Regards
Hi, I have hit another problem, really sorry to be a bother. The repositories are getting stuck again on No valid PGP Data found.
I suspect, the network connectivity is getting disrupted during the virtual interface configuration and the DNS resolution is lost, though I am not sure, you would know better.
Its all good till here, though when the installation fails, I can delete the route 172.16.100.0/24 and force it to continue.
Then something happens and the name resolution is lost
Ps: In my defense . . . I am banging my way through the classic install, got the front end up and running, trying to figure out the networking
If you still experience that issue, please, try
bash minione --purge
and try install minione again:
I’ve just successfully installed minione-6.8.1 on ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS.
Thank you, I tried the purge route, but it failed again.
One work around was to install DNSMasq before minione along with force after deleting the added route to the default bridge.
I have now done so many installs that I have become quite proficient at the classic install and have successfully got the system up and running.
So now I am onto taking a crack at firedege and VDI configs.
Thank you for the response
It seems like you have some specificity in your setup which is not covered by minione script.
Anyway I am glad you found a way to achieve your goal!
Hope you will enjoy OpenNebula and find it suitable for your tasks!
Thank you for the response, really appreciated