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unable to add host in Cloud Management Console 2 years 1 week ago #6607

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hi ,
we are setting up small-scale Cloudstack 2.2 Beta 4 using Cloud Package - CloudStack-2.1.97-0.9052.2.beta4-centos.tar.gz
we followed below steps,

Step1: Installed Host Server with Centos 5.6
step2: Created storage setup - NFS on Local Disk (as per Cloud2.2 beta4 install Guide)
Step3: Installed KVM as per Cloud2.2 beta4 install Guide
Step3: My HostName is localhost.localdomain and given Primary dns as my DNS Root Server

Primary DNS : 192.168.1.31
Static IP Address : 192.168.1.80
NetMask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.1.200


(We Disabled iptables)


Step4: Installed Management Server with Centos 5.6

HostName : ccs84.localdomain (for Host - ccs80.localdomain)
Primary DNS : 192.168.1.31
Static IP Address : 192.168.1.84
NetMask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.1.200

Note: We able to ping Host address and also domain IP

(We Disabled iptables)

Step5: Installed Single Node Management Server and MySQl database from CloudPackage but on cloud-setup-management failed in script , later replaced centos 5.4 sudoers rpm

Step6: Installation Succeeded


Step7: In Management Console ,
On Creating Zone,

Networking :Basic (No VLAN)
Primary DNS : 192.168.1.31
Static IP Address : 192.168.1.84
NetMask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.1.200


(We Disabled iptables)

Name:Zone1
DNS:192.168.1.84 (Management Server IP Address)
Internal DNS:192.168.1.31 (Both Server also has Same DNS specified here)
Public:yes


On Creating Pod

Name:Pod1
Gateway:192.168.1.200
Reserverd system ip:192.168.1.201 to 192.168.1.220 (What should we specify here ????)


Add on IP Range

Gateway:192.168.1.200
Netmask:255.255.255.0
IP Range:192.168.1.221 to 192.168.1.225 (???)



On creating cluster

Hyperviser:KVM
Name:cluster1

On creating Host

Name:Host1
Hostname:192.168.1.80(Host serverIP)
Username:root
Password:******


Error : unable to ADD Host

Are we missing any installation steps ?

Is our understanding correct in Assigning IP Range and adding Host?

Looking forward to get some answers/directions for this problem.
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Re: unable to add host in Cloud Management Console 2 years 1 week ago #6615

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Hello,

You should be able to find more information on why it failed on the compute node (aka KVM Host) in /var/log/cloud/setupAgent.log
I have just had problems adding an ubuntu kvm host with the augtool command that scans and lists network bridges (don't have a clear explanation for the moment of what failed)

To answer to 1 or 2 questions, as I understand cloudstack (I am also new to it)

Reserved system IPs are here to give a range of IP addresses for system vms (Console Proxy, Secondary Storage Server, maybe routers in the advanced networking) to be sure you have these IP addresses available.
The IP Range you add is the range in which you will get IP addresses for your instances.
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Re: unable to add host in Cloud Management Console 2 years 1 week ago #6620

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Hi Peter,

That's a comparatively ancient version of cloudstack.
You should look at cloud.com/qig as the guide to getting started with cloudstack, and you should be installing 2.2.6 which is available from:
sourceforge.net/projects/cloudstack/files/Cloudstack 2.2/2.2.6
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Re: unable to add host in Cloud Management Console 2 years 1 week ago #6621

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I m not able to find Centos Cloudstack Packages 2.2.6 . Can i download and use rhel5 cloudstack packages 2.2.6 for centos?
Last Edit: 2 years 1 week ago by Peter2011.
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Re: unable to add host in Cloud Management Console 2 years 1 week ago #6622

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Yes, CentOS 5 is the binary equivalent of RHEL 5.

They are interchangeable.
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