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From John McDonnell <>
Subject Re: CloudStack Simulator - Can we test Usage APIs
Date Wed, 19 Apr 2017 09:49:17 GMT
Hi Koushik,

Thanks you're quick response.

Is there a way to check if is this working/restart it?

I see this in the UI:


And when I log into the docker container I and attempt to restart the usage
server (based on these docs:
. I get:

root@31b33a3c63dd:~# service cloudstack-usage restart
cloudstack-usage: unrecognized service

Am I missing something?



On 19 April 2017 at 09:51, Koushik Das <> wrote:

> Hi John,
> Usage server should work in a simulator setup. The usage service reads
> data from ‘cloud’ DB and puts it into ‘cloud_usage’ DB. If the data in
> cloud DB is proper there shouldn’t be any issues.
> Thanks,
> Koushik
> On 19/04/17, 1:03 PM, "John McDonnell" <> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     I am working on an integration project with CloudStack and in terms of
>     testing API calls against a an actual endpoint the cloudstack
>     simulator is incredible useful.
>     But it doesn't appear to process usage. Is it possible to process
>     usage with this simulator?
>     When I request usage I get an empty listusagerecordsresponse, I guess
>     this is related to the general error in the UI:
>     Usage Server
>     No usage server process running
>     12 Apr 2017 13:56:35
>     Is it possible to enable this usage server in the simulator?
>     Regards
>     John
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