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Subject Re: Eucalyptus_driver help
Date Tue, 17 May 2011 15:24:07 GMT

On 17/05/11 17:58, seb delta wrote:
> Thanks Marios for responding.
> The problem is that I can not connect  to my Eucalyptus installation via
> Deltacloud, according to the web site, I understand that the driver should
> pointed to the installation of Eucalyptus by passing the request headers:
> X-Deltacloud-Driver: eucalyptus
> X-Deltacloud-Provider: ec2=;s3=

ok, I *think* you're asking about how to set the header - it depends on 
your client. If you are using a client like curl you can set the header 
specifically (e.g. curl -H 

If you are using the browser as a client then you can avoid having to 
use the X-Deltacloud headers in your request by setting an environment 
variable. So: export 
API_PROVIDER="ec2=;s3=". This is checked 
in the eucalyptus driver 
(/.../server/lib/deltacloud/drivers/eucalyptus/eucalyptus_driver.rb line 

please let me know if that works/any of the above doesn't make any sense


> but I do not find a way how to get there??
> On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 12:48 PM,<>wrote:
>> On 17/05/11 14:14, delta op wrote:
>>> hello everyone
>>> II installed Eucalyptus and I would list the pictures, forums, .. through
>>> Deltacloud.
>>> So i installed Deltacloud and I tested it with
>>> "i-deltacloudd eucalyptus-p 3001" it works, now i can access the GUI.
>>> Now I am working to follow the link "#
>>> h4_2" but I still can
>>> not know how I should spend queries.
>>> I'm new to this kind of project I really need help to continue.
>>> thank you
>> Hi Sebastian, thanks for trying out deltacloud - I'm not sure exactly where
>> you are having problems - can you provide more information please?
>>  From your email I understand you have installed deltacloud and started the
>> server successfully, specifying the eucalyptus driver (something like
>> "deltacloudd -i eucalyptus"), and you are using a browser to try it out
>> (e.g. at 'http://localhost:3001/api'). But I need more information about
>> what problem you are having/what you want to do and can't so we can help,
>> all the best, marios

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