Hello everybody, this is my first post in this Forum.
I am new to OpenNode but not to Linux Virtualization.
I've worked for years via command line with kvm+openvz on CentOS/RedHat. In search of a Management Console I recently started to use Proxmox and now I'm trying with OpenNode because I work mostly with redhat based systems, I'm a RPM based man, I like libvirt and OpenNode seems a more modular/open project.
I was able to install OpenNode 6rc1 without problems, first by migrating a Centos server with kvm/libvirt/virt-manager and later (a second try) using the OpenNode ISO installer on a barebone server.
But in both cases I have problems with the installation of OMS.
I followed the steps in the (a bit outdated?) documentation complemented with the tips and suggestions in this forum (as fixing the certmaster hostname in OMS) but after downloading installing the OMS container via TUI, setting the oms ip/hostname in the /etc/hosts on both machines, registering with OMS, and accepting/signing the cert request; nothing ever shows in the OMS web console (OMC).
In the certmaster.log I can see the cert signing requested and accepted in both sides but after login to the console with opennode/changeme the only thing I see is the OMS shell and an empty "VM Map" tab.
Something strange I noted is: after the registration request I see the node hostame under /machines/incoming/; but when I accept the request (via .../action/accept or by using certmaster-ca --sign) the node disappears from /incoming (I guess it's correct), but it doesn't appears under /machines/by-name as shown in some documentation I've seen.
Does anybody installing OpenNode 6rc1 experienced this problem?
Do exist some know fix or something I'm missing?
I was very hopeful with OpenNode but after 3 days fighting and searching documentation/googling without results I'm becoming a bit disappointed.
I really want to test and get involved with this very promising project, so any help to make it work (or more detailed/up to date documentation to better understand why it's not working) will be greatly appreciated.