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From "Miguel Roble (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CLOUDSTACK-3578) Unable to add Physical Dom0 as host, on a cloudstack physical machine.
Date Thu, 25 Jul 2013 10:11:49 GMT

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Miguel Roble updated CLOUDSTACK-3578:
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    Environment: 
Physical Machine   / Dom 0
1) Hardware: IBM x3300, 32GB DDR3 RDIMM, Intel Xeon 4C E5-2407
2) Software: Xen 4 hypervisor on Debian 6.0.7
To give clarification, this is Xen, not XenServer.

Physical Machine   / Laptop
1) Cloudstack 4.1 installed on CentOS 6.4

Physical Machine   / Iscsi-host
1) Openfiler

  was:
Host / Dom0:
1) Hardware:
IBM x3300
32GB DDR3 RDIMM
Intel Xeon 4C E5-2407

2) Software
Xen hypervisor 4 on Debian 6.0.7
To give clarification, this is Xen, not XenServer.

Physical Machine / Laptop
1) Cloudstack 4.1 installed on CentOS 6.4


    
> Unable to add Physical Dom0 as host, on a cloudstack physical machine.
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-3578
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-3578
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: Baremetal, Management Server, Xen
>    Affects Versions: 4.1.0
>         Environment: Physical Machine   / Dom 0
> 1) Hardware: IBM x3300, 32GB DDR3 RDIMM, Intel Xeon 4C E5-2407
> 2) Software: Xen 4 hypervisor on Debian 6.0.7
> To give clarification, this is Xen, not XenServer.
> Physical Machine   / Laptop
> 1) Cloudstack 4.1 installed on CentOS 6.4
> Physical Machine   / Iscsi-host
> 1) Openfiler
>            Reporter: Miguel Roble
>         Attachments: unable-to-add-host-log.txt
>
>   Original Estimate: 60h
>  Remaining Estimate: 60h
>
> I have a laptop where Cloudstack 4.1 is installed on CentOS 6.4
> My goal is to add this Physical dom0 using cloudstack gui, 
> I have tried different scenarios and apparently I have no success.
> Please let me know what details you need for I can provide.
> As of the moment, I have included the scenario/s I have did. 
> --- --- --- >
> Scenario 1.0:
> Add zone.
> 1) Zone name: Zone1
> DNS1: 192.168.10.1
> Internal DNS: 192.168.10.1
> Hypervisor: XenServer
> Network Offering: DefaultSharedNetworkOfferingWithSGService
> Public: On
> Add pod. The IP address of dom0 is: 192.168.10.2 -- I am not sure If I should or should
not include it.
> 2) Pod name: Pod1
> Reserved system gateway: 192.168.10.1 
> Reserved system netmask: 255.255.255.0
> Start Reserved system IP: 192.168.10.2
> End Reserved system IP: 192.168.10.19
> Guest traffic.
> 2.1) Guest gateway: 192.168.10.1
> Guest netmask: 255.255.255.0
> Guest start IP:192.168.10.20
> Guest end IP: 192.168.10.29
> Add cluster.
> 3) Hypervisor: XenServer
> Cluster name: Cluster1
> Add host. 
> 4) Host name: xenbox.serv1.com
> (i used the hostname of my dom0 -- xenbox.serv1.com)
> Username: root
> Password: deepsecurity
> Add primary storage.
> 5) *Name: Primary Storage
> *Protocol: iscsi
> *Server: sanbox.serv1.com
> *Target IQN: iqn.2013-07.com.openfiler:iscsi.storage.primary
> *LUN #: 0
> Add secondary storage.
> 6) NFS Server: cloudbox.serv1.com
> Path: /export/secondary
> ==========
> Result:
> Creating zone...
> Creating physical networks...OK!
> Configuring physical networks...OK!
> Enabling Security Group provider...OK!
> Creating guest network...OK!
> Creating pod...OK!
> Configuring guest traffic...OK!
> Creating cluster...OK!
> Adding host...Not OK!
> Something went wrong; please correct the following:
> Unable to add the host
> < --- --- ----
> --- --- --- >
> Scenario 1.1:
> 1) Zone is the same.
> 2) Pod is the same.
> 2.1) Guest traffic is the same.
> 3) Cluster is the same.
> Add host. I changed the Host name to dom0's IP address:
> 4) Host name: 192.168.10.2
> Username: root
> Password: deepsecurity
> 5) Primary storage the same.
> 6) Secondary storage the same.
> ==========
> Adding host...Not OK!
> Something went wrong; please correct the following:
> Unable to add the host
> < --- --- ---
> --- --- --- >
> Scenario 1.2:
> 1) Zone is the same.
> Add pod. I removed the IP address of my dom0 this time.
> 2) Pod name: Pod1
> Reserved system gateway: 192.168.10.1 
> Reserved system netmask: 255.255.255.0
> Start Reserved system IP: 192.168.10.10
> End Reserved system IP: 192.168.10.19
> 2.1) Guest traffic is the same.
> 3) Cluster is the same.
> Add host. Same as Scenario 1.0
> 4) Host name: xenbox.serv1.com
> Username: root
> Password: deepsecurity
> 5) Primary storage the same.
> 6) Secondary storage the same.
> ==========
> Adding host...Not OK!
> Something went wrong; please correct the following:
> Unable to add the host
> < --- --- ---
> --- --- --- >
> Scenario 1.3
> 1) Zone is the same.
> 2) Pod is the same in Scenario 1.2. Dom0 IP address is not included.
> 2.1) Guest traffic is the same.
> 3) Cluster is the same.
> Add host. I changed the Host name to dom0's IP address:
> 4) Host name: 192.168.10.2
> Username: root
> Password: deepsecurity
> 5) Primary storage the same.
> 6) Secondary storage the same.
> ==========
> Adding host...Not OK!
> Something went wrong; please correct the following:
> Unable to add the host

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