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From Geoff Higginbottom <>
Subject RE: Removing Cloudstack
Date Wed, 27 Feb 2013 15:39:12 GMT

CloudStack deployed a number of scripts onto XenServer when you added it to a Cluster.  If
you really want to use the XenServer Host but without CloudStack, you could try deleting it
from the Cluster but this will also remove the Primary Storage.

I think the safest way to 'liberate' a host from CloudStack is to do a fresh install of XenServer


Geoff Higginbottom

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From: Tom Bean []
Sent: 27 February 2013 12:35
Subject: Removing Cloudstack

Hi All,

So I am testing removing Cloudstack's management of a xen pool.

All I thought I would need to do is to stop cloud-management service. This works fine and
it stops the management of the VM's, however I notice that the heart beat files on my storage
repositories is still being updated every minute. What process is controlling this? Is there
a cloudstack service running on each of the Xen hosts, because I cannot see anything?


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