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From Dag Sonstebo <>
Subject Re: Open Suse or SLE not working
Date Thu, 05 Apr 2018 18:04:00 GMT

It sounds like you have two different problems:

1) DHCP lease file – this will be down to issues in your SLES template – you probably
haven’t sanitised network settings well enough on the source VM before creating the template.
2) Password reset script: this is something you can and sometimes have to edit to fit your
guest OS. Check

As you can see the password is retrieved with “wget -q -t 3 -T 20 -O - --header "DomU_Request:
send_my_password" http://<PASSWORD_SERVER_IP>:8080” - so you have to just troubleshoot
your way through how this is enumerated on your SLES box and potentially make some changes.
In its simplest form just run this from command line on your SLES guest and see what is returned.

Dag Sonstebo
Cloud Architect

On 05/04/2018, 18:35, "Vijay Sachdeva" <> wrote:

    Dear Team,
    We have trying to deploy OpenSuse and Suse Enterprise Linux on Cloudstack, although VM
got deployed but we have been facing some issues like password management script doesn’t
work as DHCP lease file is not getting generated. Due to this router IP is not determined
by the script and we are not able to reset the password.
    For this VM deployment we are using Xenserver 7.0 as a hypervisor, so my question arises
here is this a normal behavior with Suse Linux and has anyone came across this issue.
    Any replies would be highly appreciated...!!
    Vijay Sachdeva
    Senior Consultant - Cloud and DevOps
    IndiQus Technologies
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