Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 832451
Floating IPs when instance terminated are not released.
Last modified: 2013-07-31 23:32:58 EDT
Using the f16-jeos as a test from the wiki document;
When the following is done via the dashboard:
1. Launch instance
2. Assign floating ip
3. Terminate instance
The floating ip is not released; and nova-network notes error of ip assigned to non existent instance.
This also has knock on affects trying to launch another instance via the dashboard will fail with either a 500 error, or a "quota exceeded error".
I believe this was recently fixed in master. It needs to be backported to essex.
Can you confirm if you are using quantum or not? The bug I linked to was specific to quantum.
I do not believe so the default roll out notes:
network_manager = nova.network.manager.FlatDHCPManager
Wiki implies to use quantum this should be:
betwork_manager = nova.network.manager.QuantumManager
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