Description of problem:
Packstack installs firewall rules into /etc/sysconfig/iptables, but this file is not used for persistent firewall rules on Fedora 19 (and later). Persistent rules need to be installed with "firewall-cmd --persistent ...".
This means that for anyone installing RDO on Fedora 19 and later, they will lose all connectivity as soon as they reboot their system.
Packstack should either:
- Disable firewalld and install the iptables-services package, or
- Install rules using the existing framework
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
True. As a side note, if one is using virtual machines to configure OpenStack environment, it'd be useful to have access to guest's serial console, so that it'd be trivial to access the machine (even though network is done) to deal iwth such issues
$ virsh start foo -- console
For completeness' sake, to configure serial console on the guest, just add
to /etc/grub2.cfg linux command line, and reboot the guest.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 981583 ***