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From "Hollman Enciso R." <hollman.enc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: issue creating a template with some service offering
Date Wed, 08 Jan 2014 16:47:07 GMT
Dave.

Thanks a lot.

the problem was that x3, x4 ... was created with 3 and 4 GHz. but my
hypervisor just support 2.4 GHz

Problem solved


On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 10:43 AM, Dave Hoffman <david.hoffman@appcore.com>wrote:

> It looks like your host is in an avoid set and cannot be used for
> deploying new vms.
>
> 1.
>    2014-01-0809:10:42,798DEBUG[cloud.deploy.FirstFitPlanner](
> Job-Executor-5:job-43=[84f54047-8d50-47c0-b251-bb2798378806])Listing
>    clusters in order of aggregate capacity, that have(atleast one host
>    with)enough CPU and RAM capacity under this Zone:1
> 2.
>    2014-01-0809:10:42,801DEBUG[cloud.deploy.FirstFitPlanner](
> Job-Executor-5:job-43=[84f54047-8d50-47c0-b251-bb2798378806])Removing
>    from the clusterId list these clusters from avoid set:[1]
> 3.
>    2014-01-0809:10:42,804DEBUG[cloud.deploy.FirstFitPlanner](
> Job-Executor-5:job-43=[84f54047-8d50-47c0-b251-bb2798378806])No
>    clusters found after removing disabled clusters and clusters in
>    avoid list, returning.
> 4.
>    2014-01-0809:10:42,808DEBUG[cloud.vm.UserVmManagerImpl](
> Job-Executor-5:job-43=[84f54047-8d50-47c0-b251-bb2798378806])Destroying
>    vm VM[User|userver]as it failed to create on Host with Id:null
>
>
> This typically happens when Cloudstack has an issue deploying on that host
> or cluster.  It will mark it as avoid and move to the next host/cluster if
> available.  I would look further up in your log to see if there was another
> issue prior to this one.
>
> Can you still deploy vms with the x2 service offering? x4?  Can you deploy
> multiple vms with the x2 in the environment?
>
> What version of XenServer are you runnings?  Try running
> xe-toolstack-restart on the host/pool master to force a refresh from
> Cloudstack.  If that doesn't work you may have to restart the host or
> remove the host from Cloudstack and add it back into Cloudstack.
>
> Also check your storage on the Host and/or SAN to make sure that is still
> communicating correctly.
>
>
>
> On 01/08/2014 08:29 AM, Hollman Enciso R. wrote:
>
>> Hello all.
>>
>> I created 3 types of service.
>> x2, x3 and x4
>>
>> x2 has 2 cores, 2GB of ram, 2.00 GHz
>> x3 has 3 cores 3gb of ram, 3.00 GHz
>> ...
>>
>> When I create an instance with x2 works ok, but when I deply a instance
>> with
>>
>>> to x2 I get some errors. this is the general log
>>>
>> http://paste.algolibre.com/105
>>
>> Reading the log I identify 3 errors.
>>
>> 1. SecurityGroup Service is not supported in the network id = 204
>> I made a select from table networks with id = 204 and it is this:
>> http://paste.algolibre.com/106
>>
>> 2. Could not find suitable Deployment Destination for this VM under any
>> clusters, returning.
>> I do not know why
>>
>> 3. Listing clusters in order of aggregate capacity, That have (atleast one
>> host with) enough CPU and RAM capacity Under This Zone 1
>> says that I have no resources in the area but If I have available
>>
>> I appreciate any help
>>
>> thanks
>>
>>
>


-- 
Hollman Eduardo Enciso R.
http://nexxuz.com
http://algolibre.com <http://www.hollmanenciso.com/>
@hollman

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