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From "Samuel Marks (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (LIBCLOUD-685) Status not changing from pending on AWS EC2 southeast2 provider
Date Fri, 03 Apr 2015 01:23:53 GMT

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Samuel Marks updated LIBCLOUD-685:
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    Description: 
Both `node.extra['status']` and `node.state` report old information. I've confirmed (through
the web interface) that my AWS EC2 instance has started + has status-checks up and running.

However, even after 10 minutes the node status hasn't changed.

How should I proceed?

Thanks for all suggestions.

PS: Here's a snippet from my wrapper:
{code:none}
    # `node` is instantiated by `.create_node` method of `libcloud.compute.types.Provider`
(actually: `libcloud.compute.drivers.ec2`, probably: `BaseEC2NodeDriver.create_node`)
    threshold = 60
    print 'Waiting [up to] 10 minutes for node to come online'
    PENDING = 3  # Where do I find the enum?!
    while threshold and self.node.state == PENDING:
        sleep(10)
        threshold -= 1
        print 'Waiting another:', threshold * 10, 'seconds. Status is:', self.node.extra['status']
    if self.node.state != PENDING:
        print 'self.node.state =', self.node.state, "self.node.extra['status'] =", self.node.extra['status']
        return self.node
{code}

  was:
Both `node.extra['status']` and `node.state` report old information. I've confirmed (through
the web interface) that my AWS EC2 instance has started + has status-checks up and running.

However, even after 10 minutes the node status hasn't changed.

How should I proceed?

Thanks for all suggestions.

PS: Here's a snippet from my wrapper:
{code:python}
    # `node` is instantiated by `.create_node` method of `libcloud.compute.types.Provider`
(actually: `libcloud.compute.drivers.ec2`, probably: `BaseEC2NodeDriver.create_node`)
    threshold = 60
    print 'Waiting [up to] 10 minutes for node to come online'
    PENDING = 3  # Where do I find the enum?!
    while threshold and self.node.state == PENDING:
        sleep(10)
        threshold -= 1
        print 'Waiting another:', threshold * 10, 'seconds. Status is:', self.node.extra['status']
    if self.node.state != PENDING:
        print 'self.node.state =', self.node.state, "self.node.extra['status'] =", self.node.extra['status']
        return self.node
{code}


> Status not changing from pending on AWS EC2 southeast2 provider
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: LIBCLOUD-685
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LIBCLOUD-685
>             Project: Libcloud
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Compute
>    Affects Versions: 0.15.0
>         Environment: Using libcloud 0.17.0 with Python 2.7.9 x64 on Windows 8.1 x64.
>            Reporter: Samuel Marks
>              Labels: aws, aws-ec2, compute, ec2, ec2multiregionsnitch
>
> Both `node.extra['status']` and `node.state` report old information. I've confirmed (through
the web interface) that my AWS EC2 instance has started + has status-checks up and running.
> However, even after 10 minutes the node status hasn't changed.
> How should I proceed?
> Thanks for all suggestions.
> PS: Here's a snippet from my wrapper:
> {code:none}
>     # `node` is instantiated by `.create_node` method of `libcloud.compute.types.Provider`
(actually: `libcloud.compute.drivers.ec2`, probably: `BaseEC2NodeDriver.create_node`)
>     threshold = 60
>     print 'Waiting [up to] 10 minutes for node to come online'
>     PENDING = 3  # Where do I find the enum?!
>     while threshold and self.node.state == PENDING:
>         sleep(10)
>         threshold -= 1
>         print 'Waiting another:', threshold * 10, 'seconds. Status is:', self.node.extra['status']
>     if self.node.state != PENDING:
>         print 'self.node.state =', self.node.state, "self.node.extra['status'] =", self.node.extra['status']
>         return self.node
> {code}



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