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From Kirk Kosinski <kirkkosin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Virtual Router VM not starting up
Date Thu, 15 Aug 2013 00:59:50 GMT
Thanks for the update, I'm glad to hear it is resolved.

Best regards,
Kirk

On 08/14/2013 05:57 PM, Mir Islam wrote:
> Thanks Kirk for the detailed instructions. Yes I did misread what Marty mentioned before.
Now the router vm is up and I can restart my old vms.
> 
> Best regards
> Mir
> On Aug 14, 2013, at 4:44 PM, Kirk Kosinski wrote:
> 
>> CloudStack won't automatically create a new virtual router to replace a
>> destroyed one.  To force CS to recreate one you need to start a new or
>> existing VM in the network.  This is what Marty meant by "start a user
>> VM" in his steps.
>>
>> The next time you want CS to destroy and recreate a virtual router, you
>> can use the network restart option with force enabled instead of
>> manually destroying the virtual router.  I believe this can be done via
>> the UI, otherwise use the API:
>>
>> http://cloudstack.apache.org/docs/api/apidocs-4.1/root_admin/restartNetwork.html
>>
>> Lastly, to log on to a system VM you normally can SSH to its link-local
>> IP shown in the UI.  For system VMs running on XS/KVM hosts, do this
>> from the host it is running on:
>>
>> ssh -p 3922 -i /root/.ssh/id_rsa.cloud root@<ip>
>>
>> For vSphere, from the CS management server:
>>
>> ssh -p 3922 -i /var/lib/cloud/management/.ssh/id_rsa root@<ip>
>>
>> If you see a system VM stuck in single-user mode it is best to destroy
>> and recreate it.  If you really want to log on to the console you can
>> use the default root password of "6m1ll10n".
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Kirk
>>
>> On 08/14/2013 03:59 PM, Mir Islam wrote:
>>> Thanks I am running 4.1 and whenever I went to Virtual router page it showed
as "starting" so I could not destroy it like I did with the other system VMs. But it finally
got into "stopped" state and I was able to destroy it. However, I do not see it getting recreated.
And in the infrastructure I see 0 Virtual Routers.
>>>
>>>
>>> Is the router vm going to recreated by the management server or some other steps
needed? It has been about 10 mins but do not see it getting recreated.
>>>
>>> On Aug 14, 2013, at 3:40 PM, Marty Sweet <msweet.dev@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi Mir,
>>>>
>>>> If you are running 4.1.1 go to Infrastructure > Virtual Routers and simply
>>>> destroy it, start a user VM and a new one will be created.
>>>> I occasionally have this problem when an mishap like yours happens.
>>>>
>>>> Guest VMs will only start if the management server can communicate with the
>>>> virtual router.
>>>>
>>>> Marty
>>>>
>>>> On Wednesday, August 14, 2013, Mir Islam wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> ok here is my problem. I have a setup with two hosts. Which also serve
as
>>>>> NFS file storage system for primary and secondary. A day ago someone
>>>>> accidentally rebooted one of the hosts. Since then I am having all sorts
of
>>>>> issues starting up the system VMs. After destroying the existing ssvm
and
>>>>> cpvm they were recreated and seems to be working fine. However the virtual
>>>>> router is not coming up. I connected to it directly via VNC and it is
in
>>>>> fsck prompt because of inconsistencies in disk and asking for root password.
>>>>>
>>>>> Is there a default password set for the default router VM ?
>>>>> If not, how can I recreate it?
>>>>> Also, would lack of router VM cause other VM not to start? I can't restart
>>>>> any of the pre existing guest VMs.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks
>>>>> Mir
>>>
> 

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