Eucalyptus UEC-003 Test Results

josephtsalisbury at josephtsalisbury at
Tue Oct 13 13:19:24 UTC 2009

On Oct 13, 2009 2:33am, Thierry Carrez <thierry.carrez at> wrote:
> Joseph Salisbury wrote:

> >> All of the steps of the ServerEConfig test case ran without error.  
> However,

> >> I was unable to get an instance to start. I issued the command

> >> euca-run-instances and the instance had a running status for a short  
> while,

> >> but then its status went to terminated.

> Looking at your symptoms, it looks like you hit bug 439410. To confirm,

> check if you have "walrus_request(): server responded with HTTP code

> 500" in your Node /var/log/eucalyptus/nc.log.

I don't see this message in the nc.log file on the node. However, I do see  
similar messages that are reported in bug 449158.

[Mon Oct 12 16:24:19 2009][001697][EUCAERROR ] error: file  
/var/lib/eucalyptus/instances/admin/i-388A0666/disk not found

[Mon Oct 12 16:24:28 2009][001697][EUCAFATAL ] hypervisor failed to start  
[Mon Oct 12 16:24:29 2009][001697][EUCADEBUG ] doDescribeResource() invoked
[Mon Oct 12 16:24:29 2009][001697][EUCADEBUG ] doDescribeInstances() invoked
[Mon Oct 12 16:24:33 2009][001697][EUCAERROR ] libvirt: Domain not found:  
no domain with matching name 'i-388A0666' (code=42)

I do not see the file i-388A0666 in the /var/lib/eucalyptus/instances/admin  
directory. I can re-run this test, and see if the file ever does show up  
there, but then gets moved or removed.

> This was fixed by the last eucalyptus update (1.6~bzr919-0ubuntu3),

> please update and try again.

> > After looking some more, I'm not sure where one of the IP addresses is

> > coming from that euca-describe-instances is reporting. Using the

> > output from a peviouse post to this thread I see two IP addresses:

> > is listed in the fourth column. This is a virtual IP

> > address I configured on the cluster. However, I don't know where the

> > IP address listed in the fifth column came from ( Was

> > this generated by Eucalyptus? I did a search and cannot find this IP

> > address in any configuration file. I would assume these would be the

> > public and private IP addresses.

> The second address is a private one assigned inside the cluster, and

> this network is configured in /etc/eucalyptus/eucalyptus.conf.

Great! Thanks for the info. I can see where this is configured now.

> --

> Thierry Carrez

> Ubuntu server team

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