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From Andrija Panic <>
Subject Re: downloading iso to secondary storage
Date Tue, 20 Feb 2018 15:46:08 GMT
Hi Swastik,

last issue (enter = reboot) = you are using Firefox ? there is some combo
cobination, where you will very easily restart VR (into unusable state), so
don't use firefox (or make sure to understand what happens, but effectively
something will put focus on the ctrl + alt +del BUTTON and once you hit
enter, miracle happens :) )

I can't help for the original issue, normally there should be percentage of
download, later it moves into "installig template" state afaik, and that
can last for few (tens) of seconds.
What ACS version are you using, can you try "normal" ISO from other sources
HTTPS links are not supported for now.


On 19 February 2018 at 08:28, Swastik Mittal <>

> hey,
> I tried with system VM template version 4.4 and it works fine. Earlier I
> was using system VM template 4.6. Also when I used console to access SSVM
> installed from 4.6 system VM template, each time I pressed enter after
> entering the password machine used to reboot by itself. I used to access
> SSVM through ssh from my local system and not console of management server.
> Regards
> Swastik
> On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 10:52 AM, Swastik Mittal <
> >
> wrote:
> > Hey,
> >
> > I am downloading iso from local http server to secondary storage. Iso
> gets
> > registered succesfully but it does not show any status and is not
> > downloaded. After some time (~5-6 hrs) iso displays successfully
> installed.
> > Initially I was facing this error but that time iso was not getting
> > downloaded at all and it was because sshd service was not enabled on
> > secondary storage server. Generally status shows downloading percentage
> > when getting downloaded but my management server shows nothing. My
> > cloud.out does show no credentials configured for host but I can connect
> to
> > management and secondary storage from ssvm using ssh and in case of the
> iso
> > successfully installed same status "no credentials configured for host"
> was
> > shown. I am not able to identify whether iso is really getting installed
> or
> > there has been some connection problem because of which I have to wait
> for
> > hours. My secondary storage is mounted and the mounted directory have 777
> > permission. Any idea?
> >


Andrija Panić

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