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From "Remi Bergsma (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (CLOUDSTACK-9169) createNetwork API call takes a long time when ispersistent=True
Date Tue, 15 Dec 2015 14:03:46 GMT
Remi Bergsma created CLOUDSTACK-9169:

             Summary: createNetwork API call takes a long time when ispersistent=True
                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-9169
             Project: CloudStack
          Issue Type: Bug
      Security Level: Public (Anyone can view this level - this is the default.)
          Components: API
    Affects Versions: 4.7.0
            Reporter: Remi Bergsma
            Priority: Critical

When one create a network offering with ispersistent=True it will take a long time because
the routerVM is created immediately. Since the call is not asynchonous, this will take minutes
and most of the time timeout.

Steps to reproduce:

Create offering:

cloudmonkey create networkoffering \
ispersistent=True \
name=Redundant-SNAT \
conservemode=False \
displaytext="Regular redundant router with Source NAT and IP conservation" \
guestiptype=Isolated \
traffictype=GUEST \
specifyvlan=False \
availability=Optional \
supportedservices=UserData,PortForwarding,Dhcp,Vpn,Dns,SourceNat,Connectivity,StaticNat \
serviceproviderlist[0].service=UserData serviceproviderlist[0].provider=VirtualRouter \
serviceproviderlist[1].service=PortForwarding serviceproviderlist[1].provider=VirtualRouter
serviceproviderlist[2].service=Dhcp serviceproviderlist[2].provider=VirtualRouter \
serviceproviderlist[3].service=Vpn serviceproviderlist[3].provider=VirtualRouter \
serviceproviderlist[4].service=Dns serviceproviderlist[4].provider=VirtualRouter \
serviceproviderlist[5].service=SourceNat serviceproviderlist[5].provider=VirtualRouter \
serviceproviderlist[6].service=Connectivity serviceproviderlist[6].provider=VirtualRouter
serviceproviderlist[7].service=StaticNat serviceproviderlist[7].provider=VirtualRouter \

Then enable it.

Then create a network using this. The fastest way is to use the Create Instance wizard and
there create a new network using this offering.

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