Cloudstack 4.1 Manager Post Installation

Post Installation

Before adding your hosts in the cloudstack manager you need to pressed the system vm template. This does not go over the process for setting up the storage backend (NFS).

Preseed the System VM template

On the Management Server:

  1. Create the NFS location to be used for templates in Cloudstack and give access to the Cloudstack manager system. This location is different from where the vm instances will go.
  2. Make a new directory: [# mkdir /mnt/secondary]
  3. Mount the NFS share to the new folder: [# mount -t nfs <nfsservername or ip>:/nfs/secondary /mnt/secondary/]
  4. Run this script to download and install the template: [# /usr/share/cloudstack-common/scripts/storage/secondary/cloud-install-sys-tmplt -m /mnt/secondary -u -h kvm -F] Note: the path to the script has changed from what it used to be in 4.0

When this is done your ready to login to the cloudstack manager and add hosts.

Cloudstack 4.1 Manager Post Installation originally appeared on theHyperadvisor by Antone Heyward

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2 Responses to Cloudstack 4.1 Manager Post Installation

  1. Ramzana on July 4, 2020 at 3:48 am

    Hai, the hyperadvisor guy… I have followed your steps in installing the Mangement Server as well as the host installation. Can you guide me with the networking part of this as I am not able to add the host to the management server. Especially from the UI control panel how to add the host and what are they expection while creating the pod I mean the gateway , ip range etc….

    Please help.

  2. Antone Heyward on July 31, 2020 at 8:07 pm

    Not sure if you saw my video upload on youtube Hope this helps

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