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From Chiradeep Vittal <>
Subject Re: Help needed with Cloudstack Setup
Date Tue, 06 Aug 2013 20:41:32 GMT
Why would your primary (local) storage have a different IP than host-corporate-ip?
There is also a flag which tells CloudStack to use local storage
for system vms.

From: Sarath Chandra <<>>
Reply-To: "<>" <<>>
Date: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 4:33 AM
To: "<>" <<>>
Subject: Help needed with Cloudstack Setup

Hi All,

I am doing a fresh cloudstack installation and am not able to instantiate any VMs (both system
& guest vms). I am seeing the following errors:

ERROR [network.element.SspElement] (consoleproxy-1:ctx-6d22b00c) ReservationContext was null
for NicProfile[2-1-null-null-null Ntwk[202|Control|3]
ERROR [network.element.SspElement] (secstorage-1:ctx-3f99cd9c) ReservationContext was null
for NicProfile[84-22-null- Ntwk[200|Public|1]
ERROR [network.element.SspElement] (consoleproxy-1:ctx-6d22b00c) ReservationContext was null
for NicProfile[3-1-null-null-null Ntwk[201|Management|2]
WARN  [cloud.consoleproxy.ConsoleProxyManagerImpl] (consoleproxy-1:ctx-6d22b00c) Exception
while trying to start console proxy Unable to create a deployment for
VM[ConsoleProxy|v-1-VM]Scope=interface; id=1

at a later place Failed to find template routing-3 in VMTemplateStoragePool

I suspect my configuration is wrong some where. Can anybody kindly check and confirm if my
configuration is right. If its right, then please point me to the likely cause of this issue.

I have attached a picture to this mail which shows my lab setup. To give a brief, the following
is my setup:

Server <----------> Switch 1 <--------------> Switch 2 <---------------->
KVM Hypervisor

The switches allow all Vlan traffic to pass through them (basically trunk all and have added
vlans 3100,3200,3300 to both the switches)

On my server I have done the following:

  *   Ubuntu 13.04 OS
  *   Started NFS and exported to /mnt/primary (not using this) and /mnt/secondary
  *   Installed the System template by executing the command  :  cloud-install-sys-tmplt -m
/mnt/secondary -u
-h kvm -o localhost -r root -d
  *   $ mvn clean install -P developer,systemvm
  *   $ mvn -P developer -pl developer -Ddeploydb  (Deployed the db)
  *   $ mvn -pl :cloud-client-ui jetty:run  (Started the management server)

On my hypervisor I have the following:

  *   Ubuntu 13.04 OS
  *   KVM as hypervisor

Server Interface configuration:
eth0 : Corporate Lab network ip (lets call it as server-corporate-ip)
eth1.3200 : (assigned during CS setup)   [eth1.3200 is a subinterface on eth1]

Global Settings: = true

Zone Setup details:
        DNS 1
Internal DNS 1
Guest CIDR<>
Local storage enabled    Yes

Pod Setup
Start IP
End IP
Allocation State    Enabled
Dedicated    No

Cluster Setup
Zone    Zone-1
Pod    Pod-1
Hypervisor    KVM
Cluster Type    CloudManaged

Host Setup
Resource state    Enabled
State    Up
Type    Routing  (?????? why routing????)
Host Tags
OS Preference    None
Zone    Zone-1
Pod    Pod-1
Cluster    Cluster-1
IP Address
Version    4.2.0-SNAPSHOT
Dedicated    No

Primary Storage (Auto Configured)
Name : <Hypervisor name> Local Storage
State    Up
Pod    Pod-1
Cluster    Cluster-1
Type    Filesystem
IP Address
Path    /var/lib/libvirt/images
Disk Total    221.23 GB

Secondary Storage
Name : SecondaryStorage-1
URL    nfs://server-corporate-ip/mnt/secondary
Provider    NFS
Scope    ZONE
Zone    Zone-1

Hypervisor Interface configuration:
eth0 : Corporate Lab network ip (lets call it ashost-corporate-ip)
eth1.3100 :
eth1.3200 : assigned to cloudbr0
eth1.3300 : assigned to cloudbr1

I have created the sub-interfaces as per CS hypervisor install guide. (has got auto configured)
#Tue Aug 06 15:20:15 IST 2013

thanks and regards,

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