Problem when creating a service through command-line: service name is empty

Bug #1938197 reported by Dalton Cézane
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Bug Description

I am following the tutorial to install the Wallaby services on two machines running Ubuntu 20.04. I noticed that when I created the service for glance, the service name was empty. Now I confirmed that there should be a problem with the command-line once the placement service name is also empty:

openstack service list
| ID | Name | Type |
| 4a50934c617c4ae9a36648ccab5fb11e | | placement |
| 8318ed8175a641be935b243869b2399e | keystone | identity |
| deb4b7f24a4a46898cf22b89be6c78a9 | | image |

Both services were created specifying a name ("--name glance" and "--name placement" to the "openstack service create" command).

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Release: on 2021-07-19 07:23:22
SHA: 27d033008d367f02010a9b6b7fddfc30d2a017c7

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