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From Shanker Balan <>
Subject Re: Cloudstack on VMs
Date Fri, 20 Dec 2013 05:31:10 GMT
[Moving dev@ to BCC]

Comments inline.

On 20-Dec-2013, at 9:27 am, jitendra shelar <> wrote:

> Hi All,
> In the last month I had successfully deployed cloudstack 4.0.2 on 2
> physical machines (one was VT enabled ubuntu host and other was ubuntu
> management server ).

Hi Jitendra, 4.2.0 is a more recent version of ACS and has many bugs
fixed. You might want use 4.2.0 instead of 4.0.2.

> Can anyone please tell me, whether it possible to deploy cloudstack on 2
> virtual machines?

You can certainly use 2 VMs to get started.

- Use VM1 to run the cloudstack management server + MySQL database

- Use VM2 to run a hypervisor like KVM or XenServer and ensure that
  nested virtualisation is enabled.

Also have a look at DevCloud -



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