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From Skale Franz <>
Subject AW: Secondary storage problem
Date Mon, 02 Jan 2017 08:13:12 GMT
i think you hit the bug i found in the ssvm (routing).
Read my thread and check your routing table.
Do you have an erroneous hostroute to the public IP of the cloudstack host when the ssvm has
a public interface directly connected ?
Read my post: (Perhaps it solves your problem)



Von: Dag Sonstebo <>
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 28. Dezember 2016 12:29
Betreff: Re: Secondary storage problem

Hi Gokan,

The first step you should probably try is to restart your management service, then destroy
the SSVM and let CloudStack recreate this. This should hopefully get it up in “running”

There is however a good chance you have some other networking problem – the fact that your
CPVM is showing as running but in a disconnected state possibly points to the system VMs not
being able to speak back to your management server.

Dag Sonstebo
Cloud Architect

On 27/12/2016, 22:49, "Sam Ceylani" <> wrote:

    ok seeding seems to be ok since console vm reported as running (cant tell for sure, I
am just guessing) I think it is best to logon to your hypervisor machine and check the status
for your vm and take a look at your vm console, what is your hypervisor? what kind of setup
you have?

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    On Tue, Dec 27, 2016 at 5:41 PM -0500, "Gokan Atmaca" <<>>


    I see the system VM in the interface. But as you can see in the
    picture below, S-1-VM can not start. (Agent not connected)


    On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 12:20 AM, Sam Ceylani  wrote:
    > Go to infrastructure tab and click on system vms, take a look at vm state and agent
state for ssvm (secondary storage vm, s-57-VM etc.), send this information, lets see...
    > Get Outlook for iOS
    > On Tue, Dec 27, 2016 at 5:16 PM -0500, "Gokan Atmaca" > wrote:
    > Hello there
    > I get an error like below in the test environment.
    > 2016-12-28 01:14:12,979 DEBUG [c.c.s.StatsCollector]
    > (StatsCollector-6:ctx-ab0613b5) (logid:bf06a0ab) There is no secondary
    > storage VM for secondary storage host nfs
    > NFS is working properly. I can connect it directly to the system. For
    > example: "mount -t nfs /mnt/test" But
    > the system does not see it.
    > What could be the reason?
    > Thanks...
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