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From Chiradeep Vittal <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Persistent Networks without a running VM
Date Thu, 03 Jan 2013 07:33:01 GMT
1. There needs to be both kinds of networks available (persistent as well
as non-persistent) in the same zone?
>From an end-user perspective this is going to be confusing since she has
not been exposed to this internal state before (and generally the end-user
is not aware of the internal state of the infrastructure). Is it OK to
make this behavior zone-wide, I.e., on every guest network?

On 12/31/12 10:19 AM, "Manan Shah" <> wrote:

>Thanks Likitha for picking up this requirement. You have correctly
>interpreted the requirements.
>Manan Shah
>On 12/31/12 2:52 AM, "Likitha Shetty" <> wrote:
>>I would like to work on the proposed feature.
>>Restating the requirement. Currently in CloudStack when a user creates a
>>network, a db entry for that network is made, a VLAN ID is assigned and
>>the network is created only when the first VM on that network is created.
>>With this feature CloudStack should allow users to provision the created
>>network i.e. assign a VLAN ID and implement the network without having to
>>deploy VM's on that network.
>>Comments/Suggestions on the requirement ?
>>Thank you,
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Manan Shah []
>>Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2012 7:01 AM
>>Subject: [DISCUSS] Persistent Networks without a running VM
>>I would like to propose a new feature for persistent networks without
>>running VMs. I have created a JIRA ticket and provided the requirements
>>at the following location.  Please provide feedback on the requirements.
>>JIRA Ticket:
>>Manan Shah

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