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From Marcos Ortiz <marcos_or...@anadat.es>
Subject Re: CS 4 Trial - CloudStack-oss-4.0.0-524.tar
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2012 06:38:10 GMT
Hi all

As far as I know, if you have MySQL database in a remote server you need to leave blank password
for database user.

I don't know if this step is different in CS 4.

Could you try it?

Marcos Ortiz Fernández
IT Technical Engineer  
Anadat Consulting


El 15/10/2012, a las 07:11, "bruce.m@v365.com.au" <bruce.m@v365.com.au> escribió:

> 
> 
> Hi all
> 
> after struggling to get cloudstack 4.0.0-524 to work
> 
> i
> tried re-ordering the install process.
> 
> 1. setup ubuntu 12.04.1
> 2 sudo
> apt-get update
> 3 sudo apt-get upgrade
> 4 copy the installer file over and
> decompress > /Root/cloud
> 5 INSTALL THE SQL SERVER 1ST not the Management
> server
> 6 sudo apt-get update - could of SQL updates apply to V 5.5
> 7
> ./install.sh - setup management server 
> 8 reboot
> 8.1 configure cloud
> database locally "cloud-setup-database cloud:@localhost
> --deploy-as=root:yourmysqlpassword"
> 9 force service to start
> cloud-setup-management
> 10 reboot
> 11 IT WORKS! FINALLY
> 
> ill now attempt
> to connect the server to remote SQL database
> 
> I was just blindly
> following the order in the manual.. management server then SQL, then sql
> database setup. But that does not work. I tried it 5 Times. with and
> without local MySQL server! 
> 
> can some one replicate this strange
> behavior? 
> 
> Bruce.m 
> 
> :-



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