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From Rajani Karuturi <>
Subject Re: Unable to set SSVM
Date Fri, 22 May 2015 12:31:25 GMT
for the private ips issue, take a look at this it might be related.

check this wiki for troubleshooting SSVM,+templates,+Secondary+storage+troubleshooting


On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 3:02 PM, <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have installed Cloudstack4.4 on Ubuntu 14.04 server system. The server
> system has an IP Address:- gw:
> I used basic setup to begin with. I gave POD a series of 5 IP's beginning
> with and then set up guest VM's with another 5 IP's
> On the server system I followed the :
> guide and set up primary and secondary storage.
> Also the Cloudstack agent and management server are all on one
> system(server). The various problems faced:
> 1) Now after having successfully launched the zones,pods,clusters,host
> and storage, I cant download an ISO image(cent o.s) and if, I upload an
> ISO image. It gets uploaded but in the properties shows no option to
> download or copy. Similarly for templates.
> 2) After few hours on the dashboard-system capacity page, The secondary
> storage reads- 0.00Kb/0.00Kb
> And when I open the Infrastructure page , the system VM's page, has SSVm
> disconnected. It tries to reconnect and recreate. like s-1086-vm, s-108-vm
> and keeps getting disconnected.
> 3) Also I followed  the guide to ping and ssh to run the ./
> script in the secondary storage, But I am unable to do so(Public IP
> Address
> Private IP Address
> Link Local IP Address on any one of them.
> 4) There is no virtual router.
> 5) There were few errors on dashboard , that I do not understand, or find
> any posts related to
> (i)No usage server process running
> (ii)System Alert: Number of unallocated private IPs is low in pod test_pod
> of availability zone test_zone
> (iii)Management network CIDR is not configured originally. Set it default
> to
> (iv)VM state sync alert

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