fractals app can't communicate with rabbitmq

Bug #1679710 reported by Jerico Moeyersons
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First App Application For OpenStack

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Release: 0.1 on 2017-04-03 11:37
SHA: 7d75305b6d6312f133adf4c0b5e22d89ee37d813

When trying to test the faafo for OpenStack (1 controller & 1 worker) it wasn't possible to create a new fractal. After some digging I found out that RabbitMQ only support login with guest:guest from localhost (and thus not from the worker-node).

Possible solution:
After starting rabbitmq on the controller node, these lines of code need to be executed
# rabbitmqctl add_user faafo guest
# rabbitmqctl set_user_tags faafo administrator
# rabbitmqcl set_permissions -p / faafo ".*" ".*" ".*"
In the userdata the part with -m 'amqp://guest:guest@%(ip_controller)s:5672/' needs to be replaced with: -m 'amqp://faafo:guest@%(ip_controller)s:5672/'

I'm new to this, so I hope this is the correct place to post it!

Tags: firstapp
affects: openstack-api-site → faafo
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