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Old 05-27-2015, 10:14 AM   #1
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openstack-nova-{compute,network,api,metadata-api} as it says pid file exists but dead

Hi all, I am working on configuring icehouse on centos 6.6 and I am facing following issues on compute node, I am unable to start services (openstack-nova-{compute,network,api,metadata-api}) as it says pid file exists but it is dead, on compute node I have two interfaces eth0 and eth1 where eth0 is management network and eth1 is external and IP is unplumbed on it, I am unable to get logs in /var/log/nova directory, can someone let me know what am I doing wrong.



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