Ironic introspection

Shutdown the one node that failed

You can use IPMI commands to test that the node is properly responding to power requests. Example:

[stack@director ~]$ ipmitool -I lanplus -U admin -P password -H 192.168.1.111 chassis status

[stack@director ~]$ ipmitool -I lanplus -U admin -P password -H 192.168.1.112 power status

[stack@director ~]$ ipmitool -I lanplus -U admin -P password -H 192.168.1.113 power off

[stack@director ~]$ ipmitool -I lanplus -U admin -P password -H 192.168.1.114 power on

introspect again.

Delete unwanted node

[stack@director ~]$ ironic node-set-maintenance <UUID> TRUE

[stack@director ~]$ ironic node-delete <UUID>

Change node state

To change an ironic node state to force provisioning or cleanup:

[stack@director ~]$ ironic node-set-provision-state <UUID> active|delete|rebuild|inspect|provide|manage

Clean error status

To clear an error status from an ironic node:

[stack@director ~]$ ironic node-set-provision-state <UUID> delete

Introspect again

Do not do a bulk this time, do only the one node that failed.

[stack@director ~]$ openstack baremetal introspection <UUID> start

Reference:

De: Philip Sweany
Para: A discussion list for GLS contract instructors
Date: 5/11/16 14:22