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From Kirk Jantzer <>
Subject Re: Unable to Register ISOs to Template Repository
Date Thu, 02 May 2013 21:00:30 GMT
Is your secondary storage setup correctly? Do you have a secondary storage
vm running?

On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 4:45 PM, mojorising <> wrote:

> Hello again.
> I have one more issue I'm trying to work though (hopefully the last for a
> while!) -- I am unable to add an ISO for use in creating an instance.
> Here are the steps I followed:
> * I use the UI to add and upload an ISO. The UI responds with a message
> saying the resource has been created successfully.
> * When I click on the ISO in the list of ISOs (the standard one that comes
> with Cloudstack is listed there too). Under Templates > Details, there is a
> "Ready" field with a value of "No"
> The event log in the UI has an entry -- the latest one -- that says, "
> ISO.CREATESuccessfully completed creating iso. Id: 204 name: centos test"
> The CentOS image version is 6.4. I selected  "Other CentOS" in the OS type
> when uploading the image to Cloudstack's library.
> If I specified the OS type as CentOS 6, the same result occurred (Ready =
> no) but there was also an error in the event log, "ISO.CREATE Error while
> creating iso. Id: 202 name: CentOS Minimal." This error no longer appears
> now that I am setting the OS type as "Other CentOS."
> I could not find any reference to this issue in any of the logs I checked
> on the Cloudstack server. I believe I checked them all. I've also done the
> standard prerequisite of Googling and have not found any solid leads on
> solving the problem there.
> Can anyone tell me what might cause this issue or where some more good
> places I should check to get to the bottom of it? Maybe I haven't found the
> right log file (there are quite a few in Cloudstack).
> My Cloudstack host server:
> Cloudstack 4.0.2
> CentOS 6.4
> Intel quad-core, 16GB RAM
> Thanks again. So far, I've learned quite a bit about Cloudstack and this
> list has been extremely helpful to that end!
> Best,
> Mike


Kirk Jantzer
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