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Subject [cloudstack] 09/09: CLOUDSTACK-10193: Use other64Linux for systemvms on VMware
Date Sun, 17 Dec 2017 07:01:10 GMT
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commit af4668c5269752cb909a3c357a3e11015ba8fbb9
Author: Rohit Yadav <>
AuthorDate: Sun Dec 17 12:26:35 2017 +0530

    CLOUDSTACK-10193: Use other64Linux for systemvms on VMware
    In default/fresh installations, the guest os type for systemvms with id=15
    or Debian 5 (32-bit) can cause memory allocation issues to guest. Using
    Other Linux 64-bit as guest OS systemvms get all the allocated RAM. This
    avoids OOM related kernel panics for certain VRs such as rVRs, lbvm etc.
    Signed-off-by: Rohit Yadav <>
 setup/db/db/schema-41000to41100.sql | 4 ++++
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+)

diff --git a/setup/db/db/schema-41000to41100.sql b/setup/db/db/schema-41000to41100.sql
index 2a2fe2d..76bcb3f 100644
--- a/setup/db/db/schema-41000to41100.sql
+++ b/setup/db/db/schema-41000to41100.sql
@@ -495,3 +495,7 @@ UPDATE `cloud`.`monitoring_services` SET pidfile="/var/run/apache2/"
 -- Boost secondary storage systemvm
 UPDATE `cloud`.`service_offering` SET ram_size=1024, cpu=2 WHERE vm_type="secondarystoragevm"
and cpu=1 and ram_size=512;
+-- Use 'Other Linux 64-bit' as guest os for the default systemvmtemplate for VMware
+-- This fixes a memory allocation issue to systemvms on VMware/ESXi
+UPDATE `cloud`.`vm_template` SET guest_os_id=99 WHERE id=8;

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