XOA can't start after installation and contradictory messages
While installing XOA the official way:
[host:~]# bash -c "$(curl -s http://xoa.io/deploy)" Welcome to the XOA auto-deploy script! Network settings: IP address? [dhcp] 10.1.0.4 Netmask? [255.255.255.0] Gateway? 10.1.0.254 dns? [220.127.116.11] NS.ip.address.here Importing XOA VMâŚ Booting XOA VMâŚ There are no suitable hosts to start this VM on. The following table provides per-host reasons for why the VM could not be started: host : Cannot start here [Host cannot attach to network: 77097537-8e7b-f375-abd6-d638ac42abcc (Pool-wide network associated with eth0)] There were no hosts available to complete the specified operation. Waiting for your XOA to be readyâŚ Your XOA is ready on https://10.1.0.4/ Default UI credentials: firstname.lastname@example.org/admin Default console credentials: xoa/xoa VM UUID: e58ce2ec-4fe4-5a9f-70b1-f6a5ca204946
is ready on https://10.1.0.4/?
No, it's not ready. It's shut and the Networking tab in XCP-ng-Center shows:
"Network 0 192.168.100.144".
Maybe the reason is that the address 10.1.0.4 which I'm trying to give to XOA is from one of the VLANs, but the installer tries to use a "Network 0" (which doesn't exist at all, as the NIC is Bond0+1). But why does it configure 192.168.100.144? It doesn't exist here. BTW, at a previous XOA installation the issue was the same, but the (bad) address was 192.168.100.190. Some tip here maybe.
Then I manually start the VM, login at the console and set the correct IP address, but for less experienced users these contradictory messages can be misleading.
- This is an edge case when you can't boot XOA because XAPI tries to find a match to "network 0" of the template (the xva file). Usually, 99% of users have a network 0. That's why you are the first to report this problem. In short, a non-handled error case.
- The "old" IP you can see is the one before changing, the one XOA had before being transformed into a template.
The thing is: this is how XVA files are working, and there's no pre-deploy option to select a network for a XVA.
@olivierlambert I see, thanks.
Anyway, maybe the installation script could check whether the XOA really started and not misleadingly inform
Your XOA is ready on https://10.1.0.4/?
As I said, it's an edge case we didn't think before. So, obviously, we'll improve this (but first we need to reproduce the issue). Can you print the output of
xe network-liston this host? I'm trying to understand why you don't have a network 0.
# xe network-list uuid ( RO) : 64aeff7a-42ed-e455-fcc0-1f6b259046cb name-label ( RW): VLAN4 name-description ( RW): VLAN4 bridge ( RO): xapi3 uuid ( RO) : 19d85500-c600-7476-13d4-6cb45b068186 name-label ( RW): Bond 0+1 name-description ( RW): bridge ( RO): xapi2 uuid ( RO) : f9718515-8820-96d3-0ab9-1195d1c27def name-label ( RW): VLAN21 name-description ( RW): VLAN21 bridge ( RO): xapi6 uuid ( RO) : adfcd92c-c127-8058-6f0e-fd0258383738 name-label ( RW): Host internal management network name-description ( RW): Network on which guests will be assigned a private link-local IP address which can be used to talk XenAPI bridge ( RO): xenapi uuid ( RO) : 7c168d4b-6e5e-b2fa-249a-167792c9c641 name-label ( RW): VLAN7 name-description ( RW): VLAN7 bridge ( RO): xapi4 uuid ( RO) : c2fe838d-b71c-7520-8fc4-5998656c2a83 name-label ( RW): VLAN20 name-description ( RW): VLAN20 bridge ( RO): xapi1 uuid ( RO) : 77097537-8e7b-f375-abd6-d638ac42abcc name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth0 name-description ( RW): bridge ( RO): xenbr0 uuid ( RO) : 7ea15b78-ff08-1285-f6d4-922fa35a22ca name-label ( RW): VLAN8 name-description ( RW): VLAN8 bridge ( RO): xapi5 uuid ( RO) : 6c8acc25-f1f8-8d8f-c5c3-ee4c519d9825 name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth1 name-description ( RW): bridge ( RO): xenbr1 uuid ( RO) : 591ab537-8a76-1526-82ca-97908b86c444 name-label ( RW): VLAN3 name-description ( RW): VLAN3 bridge ( RO): xapi0
Thanks, we'll try to see if we could detect this case for an update on deploy script
MajorTom last edited by MajorTom
@olivierlambert You're welcome.
As a start, to prevent false positive message that the XOA VM is ready at some IP address, the script could check the power-state in the result of
# xe vm-list name-label=XOA uuid ( RO) : e58ce2ec-4fe4-5a9f-70b1-f6a5ca204946 name-label ( RW): XOA power-state ( RO): running
(whether running or not).