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From Du Jun <dj199...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Fail to configure network interface when booting VM
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2014 11:26:15 GMT
Hi Bharat,

Thank you for your prompt reply. As I am new to CloudStack, I have 2
questions to consult you.

>check if host B  has the systemvm.iso in it. if not copy it manually from
host A.
Where can I check if host B has the systemvm.iso?

>before adding the host make sure the host tags are cleared.
When I add the host B, the tag of the host is empty. After adding the host,
I add a tag for host B so that I can always put the VM to host B for
testing purpose. Does it matter?

Thanks!
--
Best Regards,
Du Jun


2014-03-10 19:10 GMT+08:00 Bharat Kumar <bharat.kumar@citrix.com>:

> Hi Jun,
>
> check if host B  has the systemvm.iso in it. if not copy it manually from
> host A.
>
> cloudstack generally dose this for you when you add a host for the first
> time.
> before adding the host make sure the host tags are cleared.
>
> Regards,
> Bharat.
> On 10-Mar-2014, at 4:35 pm, Du Jun <dj199008@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I am using CloudStack4.2 advanced zone in Ubuntu12.04. I use host
> > A(10.10.101.103) as my management server, and use host B(10.10.101.107)
> as
> > my agent host. I meet a problem that the VM booted in host B fail to
> > configure network interface when boot up. In other words, when I type
> > `ifconfig` in VM booted in host B, I find the IP address is missing!
> > However, there is no problem with the VM booted in host A.
> >
> > BTW, I both add a network bridge "cloudbr0" in management server(A) and
> > agent host(B). Both server A and B can access the internet and I can
> access
> > them from outside. So, I have no idea now. Can anyone tell me how to
> debug
> > or provide me with some clue? Thanks!
> >
> > --
> > Best Regards,
> > Frank
>
>

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