[Rdo-list] keystone error when run packstack - What's going to happen with currently running Havana on F20 ?(3)

Boris Derzhavets bderzhavets at hotmail.com
Wed May 14 16:21:01 UTC 2014

  I sincerely apologize for not doing ` yum downgrade firefox`  on
working systems ( even the one at my home). I got problems right after
`yum -y update` upgraded firefox. I might be wrong regarding firefox
to bring up the problem, it might be something else on update list.
  I got issue fixed by back porting F21 packages to F20 on several Multi Node
Havana F20  systems Controller+Compute Neutron OVS&GRE (been built
in general due to Kashyap's posting @fedorapeople.org ) affected by those 
`yum -y update`. The packages back ported are 
1. openstack-dashboard.noarch 0:2014.1-1
2. python-django-horizon.noarch 0:2014.1-1and in mean time Havana && Horizon Dashboard (2014.1) work together
with no problems , at least visible for me. I remember your warning about 
keystone updates, which have not been obviously applied due to my not 
awareness of them ( actually, I just don't know how keystone should be 
updated to be safe on Havana ). 

Thank you very much for your support.
P.S. I just don't have Havana Cluster with backported packages for experiment

> To verify your assumption, upgrading Firefox to version 29 breaks
> horizon you could do:
> yum downgrade firefox
> If this is true, you couldn't connect to Cloud environments running
> Havana at all.
> - -- 
> Matthias Runge <mrunge at redhat.com>
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