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From Andrea Ottonello <aottone...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Getting CRAZY for having a cloud working!
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2012 15:38:07 GMT
I will try, thank you. Already attached log to an email.


2012/12/19 Marc Cirauqui <mcirauqui@gmail.com>

> I don't know your physical setup, but if you have two network interfaces,
> you should name them in XenCenter.
>
> Example. In Xencenter, networking tab, you see "Network 0" and "Network 1"
> (don't remember exact names). Rename them to be "cloud-private" and
> "cloud-public" (for example). Then in the fancy icons in setup wizard (or
> equivalent in infrastructure tab) put those tags in private and public
> network.
>
> That way CS maps vm's interfaces to the right physical interfaces in XS...
> Also, please, upload your log to pastebin or something similar to check up.
>
> thx
>
>
> On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 4:24 PM, Andrea Ottonello <aottonello@gmail.com
> >wrote:
>
> > Anyway, tried to format host and install XenServer 6.0.2, activated with
> > free license, updated with last patches via XenCenter (exception made for
> > 6.1 upgrade, of course). Restored MGMT machine to snapshot taken after
> > finishing fresh setup of cloudstack (just after cloud-setup-management).
> > Tested again NFS shares on CentOS machine.
> > ok, let's start: followed guide to configure XenServer host (basically,
> > installed package for CloudStack).
> > Got to CloudStack UI, closed wizard and started creating zone pod cluster
> > storage etc.... SAME F...ING S..T error, it doesn't start System VMs
> > because it tells that there is no suitable host... BUT WHY??? Host is
> right
> > there waiting for you stupid software to place a VM on it!
> >
>



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Andrea Ottonello

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