[ubuntu-cloud] Ubuntu-cloud Digest, Vol 4, Issue 2
rd1983cn at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 20:33:10 BST 2009
Now I get a newer machine with hardware virtualization, I am gonna try
Since I only have one machine, I am wondering how should I use it to test.
1. Can the cloud be on one machine, I mean cloud controller, cluster and
node all on one machine, I am doubting whether I can do it.
2. If I can not install Eucalyptus (front-end and node) on one machine,
how can I use the one new machine to test my installation, as node or
Any advice is highly appreciated, thank you all very much.
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> 1. Re: Tools for interfacing to S3 (Etienne Goyer)
> 2. Re: Tools for interfacing to S3 (Neil Soman)
> 3. Re: Tools for interfacing to S3 (Neil Soman)
> 4. Re: Tools for interfacing to S3 (Etienne Goyer)
> 5. Re: Tools for interfacing to S3 (Neil Soman)
> 6. [Fwd: Karmic Alpha 4 released] (Nick Barcet)
> 7. libvirt: unknown OS type hvm (code=16) (Dong Ruan)
> 8. Re: libvirt: unknown OS type hvm (code=16) (Nick Barcet)
> 9. Re: libvirt: unknown OS type hvm (code=16) (Etienne Goyer)
> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 17:20:02 -0400
> From: Etienne Goyer <etienne.goyer at canonical.com>
> Subject: Re: [ubuntu-cloud] Tools for interfacing to S3
> To: Neil Soman <neil at eucalyptus.com>
> Cc: ubuntu-cloud at lists.ubuntu.com
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> Neil Soman wrote:
>> Etienne, that wiki page is work in progress but the patch should work
>> with s3cmd version 0.9.8.3. Did you try it against that version or the
>> most recent one?
> I tried with the plain 0.9.8.3 from a tarball, and it would not work for
> me :(
>> Also, a Eucalyptus user has posted a patch for version 0.9.9 here,
>> I haven't personally verified or tested it so take it for what it's worth.
> And neither would this one ... :(
> Thanks a lot for the pointer, though.
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