Eucalyptus UEC-003 Test Results

Thierry Carrez thierry.carrez at
Wed Oct 14 06:44:34 UTC 2009

josephtsalisbury at wrote:
> I noticed one other thing that may or may not be an issue. I installed
> the x86 version of Karmic on these machines. I set the ARCH variable to
> i386 when bundling the images. However, when I run euca-describe-images,
> I see the seventh column mention x86_64:
> $ euca-describe-images
> IMAGE emi-22F111AC i-20091013143321/karmic-uec-i386.img.manifest.xml
> admin available public x86_64 machine
> IMAGE eki-403116B3
> k-20091013143321/karmic-uec-i386-vmlinuz-virtual.manifest.xml admin
> available public x86_64 kernel
> IMAGE eri-23C9163C
> r-20091013143321/karmic-uec-i386-initrd-virtual.manifest.xml admin
> available public x86_64 ramdisk
> Is this to be expected?

In doubt, please file a bug about it. I'm not exactly sure what's
expected here, but it sure looks wrong to me.

Thierry Carrez
Ubuntu server team

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