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From Jayapal Reddy Uradi <>
Subject Re: Public networking VR fails to start
Date Sat, 17 May 2014 04:03:59 GMT

For you need to observe the logs above
this exception to
get an idea about what is exactly failing.

Also check the dashboard for resources.


On 17-May-2014, at 7:06 AM, Jonathan Gowar <> wrote:

> On Thu, 2014-05-15 at 00:35 +0100, Jonathan Gowar wrote:
>> On Wed, 2014-05-14 at 13:03 -0400, wrote:
>>> Jonathan, you can always start over, but that's not logical way of troubleshooting,
you might have specified wrong IP settings when you first created the zone, and RV is failing
because it's not able to ping outside world. 
>> Oh, I agree, starting over is never the way to learn, but the logging is
>> so sparse, and troubleshooting isn't getting me any closer.
>>> I asked you to check if you see able to ping ssvm public IP address, if not then
that's could be it. Otherwise it could be something else. 
>> Sorry, I missed that question.  Yes, I can ping the SSVM public IP
>> address.
> I'm making no progress.  The log files are hard to interperate, and what
> errors are provided don't seem to translate to anything meaningful.
> Unable to
> create a deployment for VM[DomainRouter|r-15-VM]Scope=interface
>; id=1
> I seem to be the only person experiencing this, but I've combed through
> the install manual, and everything appears in order.
> The advanced networking actually seems relatively staight forward, and I
> can see public traffic on the trunked hv ports; using iftop.
> Can I enable extra verbose logging?  ...or can someone give me a
> step-by-step practical example of how to create an advance network and
> successfully launch an instance... at the moment it may as well be by
> magic :(

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