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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

I give up on Openstack

Dear All,

I was had bent on working and fixing OpenStack. But with the ultimate due things, and my own reports, I am giving up on Openstack. Marina Z was okay with it. But if you ask me , I would still like to fix up Openstack. Sorry, that I could not finish it.

Annapoornima Koppad /-\

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Openstack Update

Two machines, one old, and another new, I may have forgotten the number of times that I have tried to fixup the patches so that I can work on them, but every time I run ./stack .sh. for the first time after complete wipeout of the non working setup of the devstack is not anything less than three hours.

Today, I did a run on ./stack.sh at 2:48 pm and it still is running after 5:15.

I really want to say, " Hey Bhagwan, manne oopar lele"

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

As far as I know..

I am a living person. This world exists as long as I live. I choose to exist even I am not there. I choose to not exist when there is a chance to do that. After all, every thing starts at the smallest atom. That itself is not mine. How can I claim that is not mine? Everyday, every single moment.

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Problems with Openstack

Dear All,

Like I had announced earlier about me interning with Openstack as part of the Outreach instantiated by the Freedom Software Conservancy. I have been running into lot of problems with the setup itself for the internship. This happened after I received the first payment from Openstack. Here is the list of problems that I have had so far.

I installed and ran stack.sh almost twice on one machine, Dell Inspiron. That conked.

I was living alone when this was happening. I bought a second machine and tried installing Ubuntu again. Read about it here.

Then the second machine conked after all the efforts. So I gave up.

Now, the first machine, my old Dell Inspiron was somewhat working. I git cloned and tried working on a patch after that. Just before I submitted a patch, the old machine gave up. I had to remember that I was one of the eleven directors of Python Software Foundation. I decided that I could not handle being a volunteer director, then a teacher and after be an intern with Openstack.

I finished my teaching responsibilities working during day and trying to work on patches in the night.

Finally, I think my mind and body could not handle the stress of it all. I fell sick. No one around still.

I recently gave up my volunteer Directors role. I have already finished teaching responsibilities.

I got well somehow.

More determined than ever, I started with more zeal and enthusiasm to finish the outreach program. My touch pad for Ubuntu gave up this time. I went to Shivajinagar to get the laptop repaired and at the same time, get the other laptop repaired. They sent me to Dell Exclusive Store near Indiranagar 100 ft Road. I went there, my touch pad was working. and windows installation was also working. They did some workarounds, I think and fixed the problems there.

I came home. Ubuntu on my old machine is not working. I dare not install Ubuntu as it wipes out the entire windows installation like the last time I tried installation.

I installed Oracle virtual box and then installed Ubuntu within the virtual environment,

This time, the devstack is not working at all. I have tried around eight times to be precise to get stack.sh to get up and keep running. Nothing is working so far.

I hope my mentors, Rodrigo Duarte Sousa and Raildo will be happy to help me out of this situation.