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From Hugo Trippaers <>
Subject RE: Successfull configuration with Cloudstack
Date Tue, 05 Mar 2013 13:04:16 GMT
Hello Alex,

I think a lot of us here are running quite successful CloudStack installations. We wouldn't
be developing on it if we did think the product does what it said on the tin. ;-) However
installation is always tricky and depends a lot on the setup of the systems around CloudStack
like the hypervisors and the storage.

I'm running several setups with XenServer hypervisors and Nexenta storage (even some NetApp
at the moment) and perfectly happy with it.

If you can share some more details about what problems you are encountering we could try and
help you to get your own setup running so you can see it for yourself.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex Mathiasen []
> Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2013 12:04 PM
> To:
> Cc: Alex Mathiasen
> Subject: Successfull configuration with Cloudstack
> Dear Cloudstack Developers,
> For the last couple of months, I have been trying to configure a working
> setup with Cloudstack, and I am left with a half bad experience.
> I have been trying with this setup:
> 1 x Cloud management server
> 2 x Cloud agent servers (KVM - Also tried with Xenserver)
> 2 x Storage servers
> The storage servers have been configured with Gluster (No luck there),
> DRBD exported using NFS (50/50 successful).
> However I've had a lot of trouble - and after a power outage I experienced
> my Cloudstack setup left completely shattered, unable to start any Vm's at
> all.
> So now I am asking you: If you have a Cloudstack environment running - How
> is this configured:
> What kind of hosts are you using (KVM, Xenserver etc.) What kind of storage
> are you using (NFS, ISCSI, Linux storage cluster, SAN?)
> Basically, I would really just like to hear some success stories with Cloudstack,
> as I have been having nothing but issues so far.
> Looking forward to some replies.

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