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    Question Separate CLC and CC euca_conf --list-nodes

    If I have separate CLC and CC servers, should I be able to run

    Code:
    euca_conf --list-nodes
    On either the CLC or CC

    Currently I get nothing on the CLC and on the CC I get:

    ERROR: cannot locate eucalyptus database, try logging in through the admin web interface.
    Is there something simple I'm missing here?

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    Re: Separate CLC and CC euca_conf --list-nodes

    Just my 2¢

    Run euca_conf on the CLC only. EUC is not the most verbose of packages so I would not find it unusual for a command to return nothing. I would try
    sudo euca_conf --descover-nodes
    on the CLC and see what comes up.

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    Re: Separate CLC and CC euca_conf --list-nodes

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty au Lait View Post
    Just my 2¢

    Run euca_conf on the CLC only. EUC is not the most verbose of packages so I would not find it unusual for a command to return nothing. I would try
    sudo euca_conf --descover-nodes
    on the CLC and see what comes up.
    root@c4p-uec01:/var/lib/eucalyptus# euca_conf --discover-nodes
    New node found on 192.168.92.40; add it? [Yn] y
    New node found on 192.168.92.41; add it? [Yn] y
    New node found on 192.168.93.40; add it? [Yn] y
    New node found on 192.168.93.41; add it? [Yn] y
    ERROR: you need to be on the CC host and the CC needs to be running.

    Which makes sense, however on the CC:

    root@c4p-uec03:/var/lib/eucalyptus# euca_conf --list-nodes
    ERROR: cannot locate eucalyptus database, try logging in through the admin web interface.

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    Re: Separate CLC and CC euca_conf --list-nodes

    As the CLC can't see the nodes I don't seem to be able to start a instance

    Does Anyone have any clues?

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    Re: Separate CLC and CC euca_conf --list-nodes

    Sorry.
    How about euca_conf --list-clusters from the CLC. If there's anything there I'd try --deregister-cluster and
    --register-cluster.

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