I follow the instruction from here http://docs.opennebula.org/5.0/deployment/opennebula_installation/frontend_installation.html
аnd when I try to start opennebula oned I get an error :
oned failed to start
/usr/bin/one: line 117: 4330 Terminated $ONE_SCHEDULER
the only error i have in /var/log/one/oned.log file is:
[Z0][CLUSTER][E]: Error trying to create default cluster: NAME is already taken by CLUSTER 0.
I tried to drop database and reinstall opennebula and mysql, and oned does not start.
What am I doing wrong?
Similar problem here:
Brand new Ubuntu 16.04.1 x64 server installation.
Followed steps from http://docs.opennebula.org/5.0/deployment/opennebula_installation/frontend_installation.html
Thu Jul 28 12:50:05 2016 [E]: Error initializing authentication system
Thu Jul 28 12:50:05 2016 [E]: No such file or directory @ rb_sysopen - /var/lib/one/.one/sunstone_auth
It seems that sunstone_auth has to be manually created?
I cloned one_auth to sunstone_auth.
Then the problem is same as @sasha_p:
Thu Jul 28 13:26:10 2016 [Z0][CLUSTER][E]: Error trying to create default cluster: NAME is already taken by CLUSTER 0.
Tried with a fresh installation of Debian 8.5 and same results:
firstly complaints about sunstone_auth
then, if create it manually, sunstone starts but gives connection refused to Oned:
Fri Jul 29 08:52:41 2016 [E]: User oneadmin could not be authenticated
Fri Jul 29 08:52:41 2016 [E]: Connection refused - connect(2) for “localhost” port 2633
Fri Jul 29 08:52:41 2016 [I]: Unauthorized login attempt
Some missing step?