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From Yoshikazu Nojima <>
Subject Re: [API][CLOUDMONKEY] - looking for example on creating entire zone with everything else
Date Tue, 06 May 2014 01:25:10 GMT
This is a CloudMonkey script to deploy a VXLAN enabled zone with KVM hypervisor.

This is a marvin config to deploy a VXLAN enabled zone with KVM hypervisor.

Since this scripts use VXLAN and KVM, network configuration portion
won't be your help, but I hope other portion will be your help.

Internet explorer's developer tool has a feature to export HTTP request log.
The log would be good source to build API requests.


2014-05-05 19:17 GMT-06:00 ilya musayev <>:
> Hi Alena,
> Thanks for the response -it is for Advanced Shared Zone (no vpc), i figured
> i will probably have to do this on my own. If you can share the api calls in
> the meantime, it would certainly help. I will get the delta's.
> Or just high level overview of what commands/components need to be
> configured.
> Thanks
> ilya
> On 5/5/14, 5:03 PM, Alena Prokharchyk wrote:
>> Ilya, is it a basic zone or advance you are interested in? I have the
>> stack of API calls for Advance zone, but it might miss some information
>> that you might need - configuring traffic labels for example, number of
>> physical networks, number of traffic types supported by each physical
>> network, etc.
>> If its something that you need to repeat often for the certain setup, I
>> would suggest that the copying it from the firebug would be the best
>> approach for you as only you know what needs to be set for your zone and
>> to what details' extend.
>> -Alena.
>> On 5/5/14, 4:55 PM, "ilya musayev" <> wrote:
>>> For the CloudStack Automation testing project, i'm looking for entire
>>> flow of API commands or perhaps CloudMokey CLI equivalent commands to
>>> mimic what Create a Zone Wizard does. VMware example would be ideal, but
>>> i'm certain i can figure out difference if its not.
>>> I know i can probably get the APIs from Chrome Debugger or Firefly in
>>> mozilla, but it seems a bit excessive on the output.
>>> Would anyone have it handy?
>>> Thanks
>>> ilya

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