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From Marc Cirauqui <>
Subject Re: Importing existing vhd's into a new cloudstack?
Date Wed, 02 Jan 2013 11:14:04 GMT

You can take your VHD's and import later as templates. Then you can create
a new vm from each template.


On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 8:05 AM, Caleb Call <> wrote:

> My cloudstack has gotten in to a terrible state.  It seems that nothing is
> reachable, all my hypervisors have been kicked out of the cloudstack pool
> (all the hv's are in an alert state and won't reconnect) they try to
> reconnect, but simply say (whatever resource) is unavailable.  (storage,
> hv's, etc)  Everything is actually available and healthy.
> My question is, is it possible to take the vhds that are on my primary
> storage, and re-import them in to a new cloudstack install?  Or is it
> possible to stand-up a new install and point it to my existing primary
> storage and somehow get it to recognize the vhds?  This isn't the first
> time my install has gotten in to a funky state similar to this so It'd be
> nice if I could just start fresh.
> Thanks,
> Caleb

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