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From Edison Su <>
Subject Re: [RFC] DevCloud, an all-in-one-box CloudStack development environment
Date Mon, 09 Jul 2012 00:20:50 GMT

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On Jul 7, 2012, at 9:19 AM, "Tomoe Sugihara" <<>>

Hi Edison,

This is very helpful for newbies like me.
However, I tried this according to the wiki page, but found some problems listed below.
I managed to add a host, but couldn't even launch a VM due to the issue 3.

I hope this would help improve DevCloud.

1. ssh commands failed

   I got "com.jcraft.jsch.JSchException: reject HostKey" when I tried some ant r* targets.
   So, I worked around this with the patch attached.
Thanks for your patch, but could please post the patch here? Attached is not allowed in apache
mailing list.

2. rdeploydb didn't work

  Since many scripts uses --password option to pass in password and mysql prompts you, many
of the commands failed.

  I ended up ssh'ing to dom0 and did the equivalent db setup.

Possible reason: do you override dbrootpw in build/override/ on your host
CloudStack source code directory? If it's been override, then rdeploydb will use $dbrootpw
to deploy devcloud db, while devcloud db password is empty, so then failed.

3. tiny Linux template is not in good status

 Status says "Unable to resolve<>"...

 Is there any place from which I can download templates easily?
You don't need to download this template, it's already preinstalled on devcloud image, it's
put under /opt/storage/secondary/template/tmpl/1/5/.
After secondary storage vm booting up, it will report this template to mgt server.
Can you stop/start secondary storage vm? And check the management server log(/opt/cloudstack/incu*/vmops.log,
search ListTemplate. What ListTemplate returns?



On Sat, Jul 7, 2012 at 11:37 AM, Edison Su <<>>
Hi All,
   I created an all-in-one-box CloudStack development environment, name it as DevCloud. It's
ready to download from and the document
is put at
   If you are a CloudStack developer whose daily tasks are directly related to hypervisor,
or are interested in CloudStack but don't want to setup a CloudStack environment by yourself,
welcome to have a try.
   Comments are welcome!
   Note: the image is about 1.5G, the downloading may take a while.

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