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From d..@soleks.com
Subject RE: Adding a public range for an account
Date Tue, 24 Apr 2012 17:58:48 GMT
Hi Salvatore, 

Allocated "NULL" doesn't help, changing state to 'Free" doesn't help as well. UUID for IPs
from new network are NULLs. UUIDs for IPs from network created during zone initialization
are normal UUIDs.

> Hi Clayton,
>
> Are you receiving the error when you create the IP range, or are you 
> seeing it when you spin up the first instance for a networking 
> belonging to that account?
> In the latter case, please check in the user_ip_address table the 
> addresses in the range you have are marked as 'allocated', even if 
> you haven't used them.
> Something similar happened to me recently, but I was working on the 
> latest trunk, which is much more instable!
>
> If that is the case, this might be a bug, and it would be great if 
> you can report it on bugs.cloudstack.org.
> For a workaround, try UPDATE user_ip_address set allocated=NULL where 
> account_id=<your_account_id> to work around.
>
> Salvatore
>
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Clayton Weise [mailto:cweise@iswest.net]
>> Sent: 24 April 2012 18:02
>> To: 'cloudstack-users@lists.sourceforge.net'
>> Cc: 'cloudstack-users@incubator.apache.org'
>> Subject: Adding a public range for an account
>>
>> In CS 3.0.1 with advanced networking.  I was trying to add a new public IP
>> range for a specific account.  I went into the physical network, added a new
>> range and specified the domain and account that it was to belong to. 
>>  It was a
>> brand new account so it didn't have any existing instances, nor did 
>> it have a
>> virtual router.  When adding the first instance I got the following error:
>>
>> http://paste.cloudstack.org/SSEO/
>>
>> Did I do something wrong?  Is there an additional step I should have done in
>> order to associate a new IP range with a specific account?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Clayton
>


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