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From Ahmad Emneina <Ahmad.Emne...@citrix.com>
Subject Re: CS 4 Trial - CloudStack-oss-4.0.0-524.tar
Date Tue, 16 Oct 2012 00:41:27 GMT

Also get rid of the colon after cloud user, if youre not going to specify
a password.

On 10/15/12 5:39 PM, "Edison Su" <Edison.su@citrix.com> wrote:

>The command should be :
>
>cloud-setup-databases cloud:<dbpassword>@localhost
>--deploy-as=root:<password>
>
>change localhost to your-mysql-server-ip
>dbpassword/password to whatever password
>
>
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: bruce.m@v365.com.au [mailto:bruce.m@v365.com.au]
>> Sent: Monday, October 15, 2012 5:35 PM
>> To: cloudstack-users@incubator.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: CS 4 Trial - CloudStack-oss-4.0.0-524.tar
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> The Manual sates
>> 
>> CLOUD-SETUP-DATABASES CLOUD:@LOCALHOST
>> 
>> --DEPLOY-AS=ROOT:
>> -E
>> -M
>> -K
>> 
>> It does not in reading it, state to
>> add a host ip as you say at the end of the command for --deploy-as. Im
>> just following the manual
>> 
>> IE the precise command im using is defining
>> the ip address
>> 
>> _CLOUD-SETUP-DATABASES CLOUD:@10.X.X.X
>> --DEPLOY-AS=ROOT:PASSWORD_
>> 
>> (in this message im removing the ip
>> address)
>> 
>> if i add a server ip to the --deploy-as it fails to run.
>> Assuming the ip you ad is the address of the mysql
>> server.
>> 
>> CLOUD-SETUP-DATABASES CLOUD:@10.X.X.X
>> --DEPLOY-AS=ROOT:PASSWORD@10.X.X.X
>> 
>> Mysql user name:cloud [ OK ]
>> Mysql
>> user password: [ OK ]
>> Mysql server ip: x.x.x.x REMOVED [ OK ]
>> Mysql
>> server port:3306 [ OK ]
>> Mysql root user name:root [ OK ]
>> Mysql root user
>> password:password@x.x.x.x [ OK ]
>> Checking Cloud database files ... [ OK
>> ]
>> Checking local machine hostname ... [ OK ]
>> Checking SELinux setup ...
>> [ OK ]
>> Detected local IP address as 10.x.x.x, will use as cluster
>> management server node IP[ OK ]
>> Preparing
>> /etc/cloud/management/db.properties [ OK ]
>> Applying
>> /usr/share/cloud/setup/create-database.sql
>> 
>> We apologize for below
>> error:
>> ***************************************************************
>> Encountering
>> an error when executing mysql
>> script
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>> table:
>> /usr/share/cloud/setup/create-database.sql
>> 
>> Error:
>> ERROR
>> 2005 (HY000): Unknown MySQL server host '10.x.x.x' (110)
>> 
>> Sql
>> parameters:
>> {'passwd': 'password@10.x.x.x', 'host': '10.x.x.x', 'user':
>> 'root', 'port':
>> 3306}
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>> 
>> ***************************************************************
>> Please
>> run:
>> 
>>  cloud-setup-database -h
>> 
>> ?Confused!
>> 
>> :-
>> 
>> On 16.10.2012 11:21,
>> Ahmad Emneina wrote:
>> > So I see some potential issues with the command.
>> --deploy-as=root:password
>> > doesn¹t have a host pointer. My gut tells me
>> it should look like
>> > --deploy-as=root:password@remote-host.
>> >
>> > Now
>> for another potential issue you do a cloud-setup-databases
>> >
>> cloud:@remoteip where I feel you should be doing cloud@remoteip (if
>> you
>> > want cloud user to log in without a password).
>> >
>> > I would try
>> with the above deploy-as=root modification, and correct the
>> > cloud user
>> param.
>> >
>> >
>> > On 10/15/12 5:07 PM, "bruce.m@v365.com.au" wrote:
>> >
>> 
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>Thanks Ahmad
>> >>
>> >>i tried the format that you suggest. but it
>> sill
>> >>doesn't work.
>> >>
>> >>i have to also install mysql tools before the
>> server will
>> >>connect to the remote mysql host.
>> >>
>> >>ive tried with
>> multiple builds of the
>> >>latest build on ubuntu. Now im trying the
>> nonoss vers
>> >>
>> >>same issue with
>> >>it setting up the DB. AKA have to
>> remove any password from the database
>> >>name on setup of
>> DB
>> >>
>> >>cloud-setup-databases
>> cloud:@remoteip
>> >>--deploy-as=root:password
>> >>
>> >>i have disabled all
>> firewalls on hosts. UB
>> >>12.04.1 LTS
>> >>
>> >>_Not true, for production
>> installs, I always have the db
>> >>server remote to management servers and
>> there are passwords on all
>> >>accounts. One thing to try is have a mysql
>> user password with little to
>> >>no special characters, if you do quote
>> them, for example
>> >>cloud-setup-databases
>> cloud:'mcloudpass'@remote.host.com
>> >>--deploy-as=root:'rootpass'@remote.host.com
>> _
>> >>
>> >>
>> 
>


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