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The document is not clearly, not correct, and not detailed 1 year 9 months ago #7691

  • chinhpx
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Hi the admin board,

it's about one month from i used CloudStack, i see that, the document is so not clearly,

user as me have too much troubles, from simple installations to administration,

so, i hope that, the document is more in detail, step by step,


i'm using latest version 2.2.12 on CentOS5.7

thanks you very much !

best regard.

ChinhPX
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Re: The document is not clearly, not correct, and not detailed 1 year 9 months ago #7744

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Hi Chinhpx,

We are in process of collecting and improving documentation, which is found here docs.cloud.com/

If you have any problems or questions, these forums are definitely a good place to bring up those questions

There is also a bug tracker if you come across anything that can be improved. bugs.cloud.com/
-Mike Hamanaka
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Re: The document is not clearly, not correct, and not detailed 1 year 8 months ago #8044

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I disagree, documentation is complete and very detailed so thank you very much!

Some remarks :

It can be overwhelming for a beginner with so many hypervisors and networking options to choose from going through a complete installation document.
Maybe there should be separate document for each hypervisor?

Also, example diagrams of complete CloudStack installations with IP address allocation and switch VLAN setup for each networking type would be useful to visualize the end result and help decide what networking setup to use.

For instance Figure 1 and 2 (from existing installation document) could have Zones / Instances shown with their IP ranges and some indication of how traffic flows through the switches (VLANs)

I am still struggling to fully understand all networking concepts.
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