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From Marcus Sorensen <>
Subject Re: Problem regarding adding a VM on CloudStack
Date Sat, 16 Mar 2013 14:51:59 GMT
Normally, once the secondary storage Vm comes up, you should see a
CentOS 5.5 default template appear. Whether or not that actually
downloads depends on if everything is working. So if you don't see a
CentOS 5.5 template, check to see if you have a secondary storage VM
up. If you do have a template, but it's not 'ready', you will have to
log into the secondary storage VM and run the script to
help diagnose where the issue is:

On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 8:46 AM, Kausal Malladi <> wrote:
> No, there is only System template ready under Templates section which
> can't be used to create a VM. But the other template is not loaded and
> ready.
> Could it be because of any Network configuration issue? But all the
> hosts are getting added fine, the problem is just with adding a VM.
> Kausal Malladi
> On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 8:08 PM, Marcus Sorensen <> wrote:
>> Do you have templates under the 'templates' section that say they're
>> loaded and ready? This is the most common reason why you wouldn't have
>> templates to choose from in the VM deployment wizard.
>> On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 8:27 AM, Kausal Malladi <> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I have installed CloudStack 4.0.0 on my Ubuntu 12.04 machine, that is
>>> compliant with the configuration requirements specified in the
>>> documentation.
>>> I am running Management Server on my machine with the hosts on
>>> DevCloud. While I am able to add zones, clusters and hosts via the
>>> interface, I am not able to create a VM on it because the "template"
>>> list is not getting loaded in the interface that creates a VM.
>>> Please help me in this regard. Or, does anyone recommend me to shift
>>> to earlier versions of CloudStack to get things working temporarily?
>>> I am using KVM hypervisor.
>>> Thanks and Regards,
>>> Kausal Malladi

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