Updating the Control Host¶
There are several pieces of software and configuration that must be installed and synchronised on the Ansible Control host:
Kayobe Python package
Ansible Galaxy roles
Kolla Ansible Python package
A change to the configuration may require updating the Kolla Ansible Python package. Updating the Kayobe Python package may require updating the Ansible Galaxy roles. It’s not always easy to know which of these are required, so the simplest option is to apply all of the following steps when any of the above are changed.
Running Kayobe Playbooks on Demand¶
In some situations it may be necessary to run an individual Kayobe playbook.
Playbooks are stored in
<kayobe repo>/ansible/*.yml. To run an arbitrary
(kayobe) $ kayobe playbook run <playbook> [<playbook>]
Running Kolla-ansible Commands¶
To execute a kolla-ansible command:
(kayobe) $ kayobe kolla ansible run <command>
Dumping Kayobe Configuration¶
The Ansible configuration space is quite large, and it can be hard to determine
the final values of Ansible variables. We can use Kayobe’s
configuration dump command to view individual variables or the variables
for one or more hosts. To dump Kayobe configuration for one or more hosts:
(kayobe) $ kayobe configuration dump
The output is a JSON-formatted object mapping hosts to their hostvars.
We can use the
--var-name argument to inspect a particular variable or the
--hosts arguments to view a variable or variables for a
specific host or set of hosts.
Checking Network Connectivity¶
In complex networking environments it can be useful to be able to automatically check network connectivity and diagnose networking issues. To perform some simple connectivity checks:
(kayobe) $ kayobe network connectivity check
Note that this will run on the seed, seed hypervisor, and overcloud hosts. If
any of these hosts are not expected to be active (e.g. prior to overcloud
deployment), the set of target hosts may be limited using the