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From gagan chhabra <gagan.13031...@gmail.com>
Subject Cloudstack Old env messed up!
Date Tue, 28 Jul 2015 13:54:05 GMT
I have been given an already set-up Cloud stack environment with 6 hosts (2
clusters with 3 hosts each) ,1 management server and one NFS storage as
primary storage. So in total there are 8 physical machines (6 hosts + 1
cloudstack-mgmt-server + 1 NFS:13TBytes). Management server's storage space
is used as secondary storage.

I just have one host up and running in cluster-2 and there is no host
working in cluster-1. People who worked before me, may have messed up with
persistent tier changing values of states, status for hosts,vms,storage etc
for their testing administering the cloudstack-setup . So now Admin UI
always shows error in notifications area, unable to change state to
maintenance, cannot expunge vms, cannot  create VMs and what not.
*One major issue is for primary storage, used_bytes in storage_pool table
is set to high value in MySQL database but on admin-dashboard it shows
540GB used(total capacity being 13TB). So while creating VMs, insufficient
capacity error is encountered. *

Any suggestion where to start for this? Doing everything from the scratch
will be plan-B.


Gagandeep S. Chhabra
Mob: +91 97049 28427

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