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From Jacob Seeley <jsee...@vertitechit.com>
Subject RE: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting
Date Fri, 29 Jul 2016 18:03:38 GMT
Thank you ilya. I thought I tried 4.5 as part of my troubleshooting and had an issue using
it with vCenter 6 though now I can't recall for sure. I will try that again.

Jacob Seeley
Sr. Infrastructure Engineer
VertitechIT
413-268-1631

www.vertitechit.com

-----Original Message-----
From: ilya [mailto:ilya.mailing.lists@gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, July 29, 2016 2:01 PM
To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
Subject: Re: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting

Jacob

So you are setting a basic zone, which means you have a single network for both hypervisors
and guest VMs (or everything). In that case - the control network should 0.0.0.0 - since there
are no other networks. I was under assumption you are using advanced zone - but its more clear
now.

I'd suggest you start off with 4.5 for the time being - while we raise a blocker issue for
4.8 (and possibly 4.9).

I'll see if i can spend some cycles to investigate this.

Regards
ilya



On 7/29/16 7:20 AM, Jacob Seeley wrote:
> ilya,
> 
> I'm using a Basic zone. Here is the workflow I'm using with actual IP addresses. Any
fields I left out you can assume I leave blank.
> 
> Add Zone
> 
> Zone Type: Basic
> Name: ZONE1
> IPv4 DNS: 10.70.116.20
> Internal DNS 1: 10.70.116.20
> Hypervisor: VMware
> Network Offering: DefaultSharedNetworkOffering
> 
> Physical Network
> 
> Management: vSwitch Name: vSwitch0
> Guest: vSwitch Name: vSwitch0
> 
> Pod name: POD1
> Reserved system gateway: 10.70.116.1
> Reserved system netmask: 255.255.255.0 Start Reserved system IP: 
> 10.70.116.60 End Reserved system IP: 10.70.116.79
> 
> Guest Gateway: 10.70.116.1
> Guest Netmask: 255.255.255.0
> Guest start IP: 10.70.116.80
> Guest end IP: 10.70.116.99
> 
> The rest is Storage and is probably irrelevant here.
> 
> After I go through the wizard of adding a zone, it asks me to enable it, which I do.
Without any further action, 2 System VMs (Console and Secondary) are created. The default
CentOS template is downloaded. Both System VMs receive 2x IP addresses, one on the Pod network
and one on the guest network.
> 
> System Storage VM
> Public IP address: 10.70.116.81
> Private IP address: 10.70.116.73
> Gateway: 10.70.116.1
> 
> Console Proxy VM
> Public IP address: 10.70.116.80
> Private IP address: 10.70.116.74
> Gateway: 10.70.116.1
> 
> Only when I initiate my first VM from template (or even ISO) is a 
> Virtual Router deployed. Like mentioned before, it gets two NICS with the first one being
of Traffic Type Guest and an IP address of 10.70.116.92 and a second NIC of Traffic Type Control
and no IP address assigned (it reports 0.0.0.0). Ultimately the virtual router gets deployed
on the hypervisor (VMware) but it's useless. The instance I tried deploying ultimately fails.
I suspect that this is the problem or a problem. The virtual router gets an IP address on
the guest network but not the management network.
> 
> Regarding the cloud agent/service (/etc/init.d/cloud) on the virtual 
> router. I mentioned earlier that I found that /etc/init.d/cloud on the 
> virtual router fails. I found this happens because 
> /usr/local/cloud/systemvm never gets populated on the virtual router. 
> Further down the rabbit hole I go, I see there is a script, 
> /opt/cloud/bin/patchsystemvm.sh, that is responsible for mounting the 
> systemvm.iso and unzipping the contents to /usr/local/cloud/systemvm. 
> Both System VMS (console and secondary) do this but not the virtual 
> router. From what I can tell, the reason for this as follows. If you 
> look at the script (found here: 
> https://github.com/apache/cloudstack/blob/master/systemvm/patches/debi
> an/config/opt/cloud/bin/patchsystemvm.sh)
> 
> There is a function of the script called patch_console_proxy. This 
> function gets called only if the following is satisfied: if [ "$TYPE" 
> == "consoleproxy" ] || [ "$TYPE" == "secstorage" ] && [ -f 
> ${PATCH_MOUNT}/systemvm.zip ]
> 
> I've noticed that the value for TYPE in every case I've tried this with the virtual router
is equal to dhcpsrv. According to that script, the function that gets called for TYPE=dhcpdsrv
is dhcpsrvr_svcs. That function does the following:
> 
> dhcpsrvr_svcs() {
>    chkconfig cloud off
>    chkconfig cloud-passwd-srvr on ; 
>    chkconfig haproxy off ; 
>    chkconfig dnsmasq on
>    chkconfig ssh on
>    chkconfig nfs-common off
>    chkconfig portmap off
>    chkconfig keepalived off
>    chkconfig conntrackd off
>    echo "ssh dnsmasq cloud-passwd-srvr apache2" > /var/cache/cloud/enabled_svcs
>    echo "cloud nfs-common haproxy portmap" > 
> /var/cache/cloud/disabled_svcs }
> 
> Here you can see that it turns off the cloud service. As far as I can tell, my system
router is executing this function, so this is expected behavior. This tells me that the service
cloud is to never run when TYPE=dhcpsrv.
> 
> As you mentioned before, I've since tried manually assigning an IP address NIC1 on the
virtual router but it doesn't seem to help or do anything.
> 
> Without ever having a working setup of CloudStack before, it makes it harder for me to
debug the issue since I'm not always sure how something should work. Unfortunately, I have
no choice but to try and make this work on the VMware hypervisor. I think what I'm going to
do now is setup a KVM hypervisor and see if I can get this working using the same software
versions and workflow.
> 
> Thank you for your help.
> 
> Jacob Seeley
> Sr. Infrastructure Engineer
> VertitechIT
> 413-268-1631
> 
> www.vertitechit.com
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilya [mailto:ilya.mailing.lists@gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, July 29, 2016 2:43 AM
> To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
> Subject: Re: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting
> 
> Daren
> 
> I'm also running 4.5.2 - and like the stability we get with it.
> 
> For the features we need, 4.5.2 - has everything that is required, so I dont see huge
benefit of upgrading to latest ACS ATM. Also, our environments are very large and complex
- so upgrade is not something I can take lightly.
> 
> With that said, i do have a small 8 node Lab environment i can try the upgrade on, it
consists of 4 ESXi and 4 KVM nodes - so it should be a fair test.
> 
> Lets wait for Jacob to respond with his test of setting up IP/Netmask for eth1 router
vm, if it does not help, i'll try to upgrade to see if i can reproduce the issue.
> 
> Regards
> ilya
> 
> On 7/28/16 9:43 PM, Darren Tang wrote:
>> Hi ilya:
>>  I can confirm that issus,  please check :
>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-9144
>>  When we deployed cloudstack(4.6/4.7/4.8)  with vmware(5.x/6.0) in 
>> basic zone,  The VR is nerver leaves the "starting" state.  fell back 
>> to 4.5 is fine.
>>  Maybe you can test it by yourself.
>>
>> 2016-07-29 3:24 GMT+08:00 ilya <ilya.mailing.lists@gmail.com>:
>>
>>> I guess it would help to know what type of zone you use?
>>>
>>> Is it advanced, isolated vpc or shared network? what type of isolation?
>>> or perhaps basic zone?
>>>
>>> Lastly, try stopping the iptables and restarting cloud agent (via 
>>> stop and start)
>>>
>>> Please see my response in-line
>>>
>>> On 7/28/16 6:58 AM, Jacob Seeley wrote:
>>>> Hi ilya,
>>>>
>>>> Funny you brought up debugging the router VM. After I responding
>>> yesterday, I did just that and I did find some odd things.
>>>> Just to be clear (I think we're on the same page), since I'm not 
>>>> the OP
>>> of this thread, the virtual router always gets deployed and it 
>>> starts up just fine; however, CloudStack reports that it's always stuck in starting.
>>> VMs that get deployed ultimately fail. CloudStack reports the router 
>>> version as UNKNOWN.
>>>> Before I provide what I found debugging the router VM, I'll address 
>>>> some
>>> of your points.
>>>>
>>>> ### FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS ###
>>>>
>>>> " Another reason would be an issue of hypervisor accessing the NFS 
>>>> mount
>>> used for secondary storage."
>>>> I don't believe this is an issue. The hypervisor (VMware) does 
>>>> mount the
>>> secondary storage via NFS just fine. If this were an issue, I would 
>>> think the Secondary Storage and Console VMs would not deploy.
>>>>
>>>> " Use console of vCenter to see what is happening on router vm. You 
>>>> can
>>> login locally with root/password and see the content of 
>>> /var/log/cloud.out file, paste it on pastebin - if it makes no sense to you..."
>>>> It looks like to me that /var/log/cloud.out is only logged to when
>>> $CLOUD_DEBUG is set to a non-zero length in the /etc/init.d/cloud script.
>>> As such, there isn't even a file for /var/log/cloud.out. Even when I 
>>> set that variable, I never get anything logged to /var/log/cloud.out.
>>> However, there is a /var/log/cloud.log. Here is the contents of that:
>>> http://pastebin.com/aaTsRKZE
>>>>
>>>> " you can also run /etc/init.d/cloud stop and start.. that will 
>>>> give you
>>> a fresh start on logs.."
>>>> The service is in a failed state. It's worth noting that this 
>>>> service is
>>> in a started state on the Console and Secondary Storage VMs.
>>>
>>> this is concerning - see you did "sh -x", read on..
>>>
>>>>
>>>> " also, confirm that management server can talk to VR on POD IP
>>>> (management) on port 3922.."
>>>> It appears this is not an issue; see below:
>>>
>>> 3922 from MS to VR - this is the SSH daemon on VR with private key
>>> 8250 from VR to MS - cloudstack java agent on VR talking to MS
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> root@r-4-VM:~# telnet 10.70.110.101 8250 Trying 10.70.110.101...
>>>> Connected to 10.70.110.101.
>>>> Escape character is '^]'.
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>> ### ROUTE VM DEBUG ###
>>>>
>>>> Here is what I found with router VM gets deployed (please tell me 
>>>> if
>>> anything seems off):
>>>> 2 NICs; only one NIC gets an IP  address. CloudStack NIC1 shows an 
>>>> IP
>>> address coming from the defaultGuestNetwork. NIC2 is traffic type 
>>> Control but has an IP address of 0.0.0.0
>>>
>>> It is an issue for concern to see 0.0.0.0 assigned to eth1
>>>
>>> Lets assume NIC1 (as eth0) and NIC2 (as eth1).
>>>
>>> 1) we should not be getting 0.0.0.0 for eth1 - aka control network. 
>>> This IP should be coming from the POD network range -> when you 
>>> added a pod - i assume you did it as part of Add Zone wizard...
>>>
>>> To see the PODIP range, goto UI
>>> Infrastructure, Zones, Your Zone, Physical Network, Physical Network
>>> 1 (assume you did not create anything special), Management, IP 
>>> Ranges
>>> -> you should see a range defined there and it should not be 0.0.0.0...
>>>
>>>> From the CloudStack management server, I cannot SSH into the router 
>>>> VM
>>> on NIC1. I've found this is because of iptables rules on the router 
>>> VM. If I issue a /etc/init.d/iptables-persistent flush on the router 
>>> VM, I can SSH into the router VM using the SSH key at port 3922.
>>>> The service "cloud" is in a failed state. Looking at the cloud init
>>> script, I see the following:
>>>>
>>>> CMDLINE=$(cat /var/cache/cloud/cmdline)
>>>>
>>>> TYPE="router"
>>>> for i in $CMDLINE
>>>>   do
>>>>     # search for foo=bar pattern and cut out foo
>>>>     FIRSTPATTERN=$(echo $i | cut -d= -f1)
>>>>     case $FIRSTPATTERN in
>>>>       type)
>>>>           TYPE=$(echo $i | cut -d= -f2)
>>>>       ;;
>>>>     esac
>>>> done
>>>>
>>>> The file cat /var/cache/cloud/cmdline exist; here are the contents:
>>>>
>>>> template=domP name=r-4-VM eth0ip=10.70.116.75 
>>>> eth0mask=255.255.255.0
>>> gateway=10.70.116.1 domain=vit.vertitechit.com cidrsize=24
>>> dhcprange=10.70.116.1 eth1ip=0.0.0.0 eth1mask=0.0.0.0 mgmtcidr=
>>> 10.70.110.0/24 localgw=10.70.116.1 sshonguest=true type=dhcpsrvr 
>>> disable_rp_filter=true extra_pubnics=2 dns1=10.70.10.21 
>>> baremetalnotificationsecuritykey=nu1HfF_DpC-gK-G_3y1u54Snb9ruROq-qld
>>> O vhnHj4EMypguvtfQu0o18eY3gs81iPZMD2Du1QOUAG5KOfMYXQ
>>> baremetalnotificationapikey=CKZoOXffpY5ihjvzly3yD_2t2qaDnFglYFDoeep3
>>> 7 aH1qy5u67aX51ZsuZpZcphfOxJY52rkTlNOl0nkNSyXjQ
>>> host=10.70.110.101 port=8080
>>> nic_macs=06:b1:2e:00:00:10|02:00:14:42:00:03
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> You can also try updating your  /var/cache/cloud/cmdline with proper 
>>> value for eth1ip=0.0.0.0 eth1mask=0.0.0.0, you can look it up under 
>>> Infrastructure, Routers, r-4, Nics and look for control nic..
>>>
>>> Then try starting the cloud service..
>>>
>>> Also, did you enable baremetal support? can you deploy a zone 
>>> without baremetal support? Perhaps there is a bug on how IPs are 
>>> assigned to
>>> eth1 (control nic)...
>>>
>>>
>>>> The previous code suggests that the value of TYPE starts as router 
>>>> but
>>> will get set to dhcpsrvr, as indicated by the contents of 
>>> /var/cache/cloud/cmdline. Is this normal?
>>>> Further down the script, I see:
>>>>
>>>> CLOUDSTACK_HOME="/usr/local/cloud"
>>> <----------------------------------------Exists
>>>> if [ -f  $CLOUDSTACK_HOME/systemvm/utils.sh ];
>>> <----------------------------------------Does not exist. Seems odd!
>>>> then
>>>>   . $CLOUDSTACK_HOME/systemvm/utils.sh
>>>> else
>>>>   _failure
>>>> fi
>>>>
>>>> # mkdir -p /var/log/vmops
>>>>
>>>> start() {
>>>>    local pid=$(get_pids)
>>>>    if [ "$pid" != "" ]; then
>>>>        echo "CloudStack cloud sevice is already running, PID = $pid"
>>>>        return 0
>>>>    fi
>>>>
>>>>    echo -n "Starting CloudStack cloud service (type=$TYPE) "
>>>>    if [ -f $CLOUDSTACK_HOME/systemvm/run.sh ];
>>> <------------------------------------------------------Does not exist.
>>> Seems odd!
>>>>    then
>>>>      if [ "$pid" == "" ]
>>>>      then
>>>>        (cd $CLOUDSTACK_HOME/systemvm; nohup ./run.sh > $LOG_FILE 2>&1
& )
>>>>        pid=$(get_pids)
>>>>        echo $pid > /var/run/cloud.pid
>>>>      fi
>>>>      _success
>>>>    else
>>>>      _failure
>>>>    fi
>>>>    echo
>>>>    echo 'start' > $CLOUDSTACK_HOME/systemvm/user_request
>>>> }
>>>>
>>>> I see that it sets CLOUDSTACK_HOME to /usr/local/cloud. This folder
>>> exists; however, the script then looks for the file 
>>> /usr/local/cloud/systemvm/utils.sh. This file doesn't exist. It also 
>>> looks is supposed to start the script run.sh but that also doesn't 
>>> exist. This seems like a problem to me.
>>>> Here you can see step through when I try to start the cloud service:
>>>>
>>>> sh -x /etc/init.d/cloud start
>>>> + ENABLED=0
>>>> + [ -e /etc/default/cloud ]
>>>> + . /etc/default/cloud
>>>> + ENABLED=0
>>>> + cat /var/cache/cloud/cmdline
>>>> + CMDLINE= template=domP name=r-4-VM eth0ip=10.70.116.75
>>> eth0mask=255.255.255.0 gateway=10.70.116.1 
>>> domain=vit.vertitechit.com
>>> cidrsize=24 dhcprange=10.70.116.1 eth1ip=0.0.0.0 eth1mask=0.0.0.0 
>>> mgmtcidr=
>>> 10.70.110.0/24 localgw=10.70.116.1 sshonguest=true type=dhcpsrvr 
>>> disable_rp_filter=true extra_pubnics=2 dns1=10.70.10.21 
>>> baremetalnotificationsecuritykey=nu1HfF_DpC-gK-G_3y1u54Snb9ruROq-qld
>>> O vhnHj4EMypguvtfQu0o18eY3gs81iPZMD2Du1QOUAG5KOfMYXQ
>>> baremetalnotificationapikey=CKZoOXffpY5ihjvzly3yD_2t2qaDnFglYFDoeep3
>>> 7 aH1qy5u67aX51ZsuZpZcphfOxJY52rkTlNOl0nkNSyXjQ
>>> host=10.70.110.101 port=8080
>>> nic_macs=06:b1:2e:00:00:10|02:00:14:42:00:03
>>>> + [ ! -z ]
>>>> + LOG_FILE=/dev/null
>>>> + TYPE=router
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo template=domP
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=template
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo name=r-4-VM
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=name
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo eth0ip=10.70.116.75
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=eth0ip
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo eth0mask=255.255.255.0
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=eth0mask
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo gateway=10.70.116.1
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=gateway
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo domain=vit.vertitechit.com
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=domain
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo cidrsize=24
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=cidrsize
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo dhcprange=10.70.116.1
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=dhcprange
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo eth1ip=0.0.0.0
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=eth1ip
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo eth1mask=0.0.0.0
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=eth1mask
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo mgmtcidr=10.70.110.0/24
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=mgmtcidr
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo localgw=10.70.116.1
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=localgw
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo sshonguest=true
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=sshonguest
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo type=dhcpsrvr
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=type
>>>> + cut -d= -f2
>>>> + echo type=dhcpsrvr
>>>> + TYPE=dhcpsrvr
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo disable_rp_filter=true
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=disable_rp_filter
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo extra_pubnics=2
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=extra_pubnics
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo dns1=10.70.10.21
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=dns1
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo
>>> baremetalnotificationsecuritykey=nu1HfF_DpC-gK-G_3y1u54Snb9ruROq-qld
>>> O vhnHj4EMypguvtfQu0o18eY3gs81iPZMD2Du1QOUAG5KOfMYXQ
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=baremetalnotificationsecuritykey
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo
>>> baremetalnotificationapikey=CKZoOXffpY5ihjvzly3yD_2t2qaDnFglYFDoeep3
>>> 7 aH1qy5u67aX51ZsuZpZcphfOxJY52rkTlNOl0nkNSyXjQ
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=baremetalnotificationapikey
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo host=10.70.110.101
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=host
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo port=8080
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=port
>>>> + cut -d= -f1
>>>> + echo nic_macs=06:b1:2e:00:00:10|02:00:14:42:00:03
>>>> + FIRSTPATTERN=nic_macs
>>>> + [ -f /etc/init.d/functions ]
>>>> + [ -f ./lib/lsb/init-functions ]
>>>> + RETVAL=0
>>>> + CLOUDSTACK_HOME=/usr/local/cloud
>>>> + [ -f /usr/local/cloud/systemvm/utils.sh ] _failure [ -f 
>>>> + /etc/init.d/functions ] echo Failed
>>>> Failed
>>>> + [ 0 != 0 ]
>>>> + exit 0
>>>>
>>>> Thoughts?
>>>>
>>>> Jacob Seeley
>>>> Sr. Infrastructure Engineer
>>>> VertitechIT
>>>> 413-268-1631
>>>>
>>>> www.vertitechit.com
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: ilya [mailto:ilya.mailing.lists@gmail.com]
>>>> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 8:43 PM
>>>> To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
>>>> Subject: Re: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting
>>>>
>>>> Hi Jacob
>>>>
>>>> I gave this a second read - if your issue is Router VM in starting 
>>>> mode
>>>> - but not started - it means cloudstack agent on routerVM cannot 
>>>> talk to
>>> management server on 8250 over POD network.
>>>>
>>>> Another reason would be an issue of hypervisor accessing the NFS 
>>>> mount
>>> used for secondary storage.
>>>>
>>>> Use console of vCenter to see what is happening on router vm. You 
>>>> can
>>> login locally with root/password and see the content of 
>>> /var/log/cloud.out file, paste it on pastebin - if it makes no sense to you...
>>>>
>>>> you can also run /etc/init.d/cloud stop and start.. that will give 
>>>> you a
>>> fresh start on logs..
>>>>
>>>> also, confirm that management server can talk to VR on POD IP
>>>> (management) on port 3922..
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>> ilya
>>>>
>>>> On 7/27/16 9:34 AM, Jacob Seeley wrote:
>>>>> ilya,
>>>>>
>>>>> Here are the contents of the secondary storage:
>>>>>
>>>>> .
>>>>> ./template
>>>>> ./template/tmpl
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/8
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/8/49a4c4ee-ef06-4474-92c3-1d8efb082266.ova
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/8/template.properties
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/8/systemvm64template-4.6.0-RC20151104T1522-4.6.0
>>>>> -
>>>>> vmw
>>>>> are.ovf
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/8/systemvm64template-4.6.0-RC20151104T1522-4.6.0
>>>>> -
>>>>> vmw
>>>>> are-disk3.vmdk
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/7
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/7/template.properties
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/7/0098d168-4985-3b33-9840-eb5848d2f385.ova
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/7/CentOS5.3-x86_64.ovf
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/7/CentOS5.3-x86_64-disk1.vmdk
>>>>> ./template/tmpl/1/7/CentOS5.3-x86_64.mf
>>>>> ./systemvm
>>>>> ./systemvm/systemvm-4.8.0.1.iso
>>>>> ./systemvm/.lck-bf162a0100000000
>>>>> ./snapshots
>>>>> ./volumes
>>>>>
>>>>> I've noticed that both the Secondary Storage VM and Console Proxy 
>>>>> VM
>>> mount this ISO and as stated before, they come up just fine.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>
>>>>> Jacob Seeley
>>>>> Sr. Infrastructure Engineer
>>>>> VertitechIT
>>>>> 413-268-1631
>>>>>
>>>>> www.vertitechit.com
>>>>>
>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>> From: ilya [mailto:ilya.mailing.lists@gmail.com]
>>>>> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 3:22 AM
>>>>> To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
>>>>> Subject: Re: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting
>>>>>
>>>>> Jacob
>>>>>
>>>>> The upgrade usually occurs though systemvm.iso - that is generated 
>>>>> by
>>> cloudstack on the first start.
>>>>>
>>>>> Please show the content of your secondary store specifically
>>>>>
>>>>> /mnt/[secondary-storage]/systemvm
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards
>>>>> ilya
>>>>>
>>>>> On 7/25/16 11:19 AM, Jacob Seeley wrote:
>>>>>> Here is a pastebin snippet the management-server.log - 
>>>>>> http://pastebin.com/GCLm53Gz
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Hopefully the relevant data is in there.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I made sure to start from scratch for this example. Everything 
>>>>>> from
>>> the vSphere ESXi to the vCenter to the CentOS 7 with CloudStack 
>>> install is fresh. I deployed a new instance in CloudStack, a VM 
>>> internally named i-2-3-VM with an IP address of 192.168.0.78. This 
>>> prompted CloudStack to deploy a VR. The VR is called r-4-VM with an IP address
of 192.168.0.79.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thank you,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Jacob Seeley
>>>>>> Sr. Infrastructure Engineer
>>>>>> VertitechIT
>>>>>> 413-268-1631
>>>>>>
>>>>>> www.vertitechit.com
>>>>>>
>>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>>> From: Suresh Sadhu [mailto:suresh.sadhu@accelerite.com]
>>>>>> Sent: Monday, July 25, 2016 1:37 AM
>>>>>> To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
>>>>>> Subject: Re: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting
>>>>>>
>>>>>> please upload the logs in the issue.
>>>>>>> On Jul 5, 2016, at 8:46 AM, Darren Tang 
>>>>>>> <darrentang.dt@gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-9144
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> 2016-07-04 19:41 GMT+08:00 Glenn Wagner <glenn.wagner@shapeblue.com>:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> What template are you using to start your first VM? - the

>>>>>>>> default vmware template?
>>>>>>>> If you look in vcenter , what does the console show you ?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Glenn
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> glenn.wagner@shapeblue.com
>>>>>>>> www.shapeblue.com
>>>>>>>> 2nd Floor, Oudehuis Centre, 122 Main Rd, Somerset West, Cape

>>>>>>>> Town 7130South Africa @shapeblue
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>>>>> From: Pascal R. [mailto:repa182@gmail.com]
>>>>>>>> Sent: Monday, 04 July 2016 1:26 PM
>>>>>>>> To: users@cloudstack.apache.org
>>>>>>>> Subject: CS 4.8 VMware - Virtual Router stuck at starting
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> hi,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> we have a CS4.8 deployment with VMWare 5.5.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> When trying to launch the first VM, the VS is created. VS

>>>>>>>> starts up, but in CS, it stuck with "starting" state.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> i can't find any usefull information in the logs.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> any hint?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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