[ubuntu-cloud] Cloud establishment on 2 physical systems
graziano at eucalyptus.com
Sun Nov 6 20:33:01 UTC 2011
On Sun, Nov 06, 2011 at 09:35:06AM +0530, Sharath Chandra Guntuku wrote:
> I am working on establishing a cloud environment in my university. I
> initially set it up on one physical system and things were alright.
> Now I am trying to extend it to two physical systems, with one machine
> for NC and other machine for remaining controllers.
> This is my setup - Two machines, both with 2 NICs. On the Cloud
> controller, eth1 is for accessing the internet and lan. eth0 is
> connected to the other machine on which I want to install the node
> I am using UEC for setting up eucalyptus. I am done with installing
> the cloud controller. When I am trying to install the Node controller,
> I am choosing eth0 as the primary interface ( while installing using
> UEC). And it is giving me -" Not able to configure the network using
> DHCP". I am doing it manually and putting the configuration on the
> same subnet as the Cloud controller is. Then it is asking me to
> identify if there are any cloud controllers on the network, I am
> giving the hostname and it is able to recognise the cc, but it is
> saying that the walrus storage service is not available.
> I chose to install both walrus and the node on this system and after
> that, I am not able to ping each other.
Walrus will need a public IP since it needs to be accessible from both the
NC (to gather the images) and from clients (to upload images and use the
buckets in general), so co-locating it with the NC may not be the best
situation for you. I would put all the components but the NC on the
front-end machine, and the NC only on its own.
> I am stuck on this for the last 2 weeks, but am not able to get to a
> proper solution.
> Need some help!
> Thanks and Regards,
> Sharath Chandra
> BITS Pilani,
> 3rd Year Computer Science
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