- dhcpd plugin enabled + started ?
- did you integrated the system with local-server using the right
network interface which has an ip ? (-i option)
many thanks and have a nice day,
Project Manager openQRM
On 06/04/2012 11:50 AM, Freitag, Markus wrote:
> hi all,
> I am a new OpenQRM user and having a problem on setting up an appliance on a resource that was added with the local-server plugin.
> The setup is the following:
> - OpenQRM 4.9 (built from latest repo) on Ubuntu 10.04 (used the guide for setup)
> - Storage is local on the openQRM server and deployed as LVM storage server (NFS)
> - There is an ubuntu64 image on a logical volume of the storage with the according image from the openqrm image shelf
> - Loading and mounting of the image and the kernel was successful
> - One resource, which is another Desktop PC in the network, was added using the local-server plugin following the installation instructions
> - The resource runs Ubuntu 10.04
> - The resource is shown in the resource list as Physical System
> Now if I want to create an appliance from the mentioned image on that ressource, it does not work. For that resource, I can only do a "local OS installation" as 'Image'. I tried the auto-select for resources and chose the ubuntu image and kernel. Still not working. The status stays gray. The Event List shows
> "[id] is not from type kvm-vm, skipping .. [app-name]"
> I changed the resource type of the appliance from physical resource to kvm-vm. Still not working. I later tried to setup a kvm storage on the resource, but that storage could not be managed. The log shows:
> "openQRM-cmd-queu WARNING : Command with token failed : /usr/share/openqrm/bin/dbclient -K 10 -y -i /usr/share/openqrm/etc/dropbear/dropbear_rsa_host_key -p xxxxxxxx root@... "/usr/share/openqrm/bin/openqrm-cmd /usr/share/openqrm/plugins/kvm-storage/bin/openqrm-kvm-storage post_vg -u xxxxxxxx -p xxxxxxxx -t kvm-lvm-deployment" ----- /usr/share/openqrm/bin/dbclient: Exited: Error resolving '-t' port '1667'. Name or service not known"
> which obviously could not work because there is no IP. Going back to the resource list shows, that there is only the MAC address shown but no IP of the resource. The problems could be correlated.
> There might have been problems with the setup of the resource and the plugin in the first place. I copied the messages from installing the plugin on the resource to this bin: http://pastebin.com/EiH2gTH5
> Maybe there is a network setup problem behind all of this. I am running out of possible solutions.
> Thanks for your help.
> Kind regards,
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