-We have installed RHOSP 16 with Ceph 4. Here is our environment:
1 – Director 3 – Controllers 29 – Computes 3 – Cephs
The deployment was successful and after an audit of the network and configuration it look as we had intended. However, when we create an instance, the instance crashes before the instance fully boots. We have tried various images and get the same result. In /var/log/messages, we do see a segfault for qemu-kvm around the same time the instance crashes but we have not found any information in the knowledge base or online with other people having the same experience.
We see these errors in
Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 kernel: CPU 3/TCG: segfault at 28 ip 000055e5588fc13e sp 00007fa99b7fcd10 error 4 in qemu-kvm[55e5583d7000+a31000] Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 kernel: Code: 8b 87 e8 80 00 00 48 8b bf 48 81 00 00 48 8d 14 52 48 8d 1c d0 48 85 ff 74 03 48 8b 3f e8 ca f0 e8 ff 48 89 c7 e8 52 f1 e8 ff <8b> 4b 10 48 8b 3d c0 7f 9a 00 31 d2 48 89 c6 5b e9 ed f4 e3 ff 0f ... Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 systemd-coredump: Resource limits disable core dumping for process 88704 (qemu-kvm). Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 systemd-coredump: Process 88704 (qemu-kvm) of user 107 dumped core. Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 ovs-vswitchd: ovs|00279|dpdk|ERR|VHOST_CONFIG: recvmsg failed Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 ovs-vswitchd: ovs|00284|dpdk|ERR|VHOST_CONFIG: recvmsg failed Mar 23 14:48:38 rhosp-compute-1 systemd-machined: Machine qemu-9-instance-0000000e terminated.
- The overcloud deployment was successful but the instance creation failed. From what we can tell, here is what is happening:
- Image file stored in Glance backended by Ceph is copied to the compute node - The DPDK ports are created and attached - The instance boots but during the boot process, the instance crashes with what appears to be from a segfault in qemu-kvm - Instance creation fails
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.0 (RHOSP)
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