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    Trouble shooting apachecloudstack Trouble shooting apachecloudstack Presentation Transcript

    • Troubleshooting CloudStack Likitha Shetty , Rajesh Battala & Sailaja Mada Wednesday, December 18, 2013
    • Agenda  ACS developer – – – – ACS Error codes Debugging tips in ACS development SSVM troubleshooting ACS ports  ACS Cloud Admin – – – – – – Install, Configuration & Deployment Log analysis Important Global Config Parameters Best Practices Cloud Database Reusing Hypervisors  References  Q&A Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • ACS Developer Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • ACS error codes - Client error codes public static final int MALFORMED_PARAMETER_ERROR = 430; public static final int PARAM_ERROR = 431; public static final int UNSUPPORTED_ACTION_ERROR = 432; public static final int PAGE_LIMIT_EXCEED = 433; - Server error codes public static final int INTERNAL_ERROR = 530; public static final int ACCOUNT_ERROR = 531; public static final int ACCOUNT_RESOURCE_LIMIT_ERROR= 532; public static final int INSUFFICIENT_CAPACITY_ERROR = 533; public static final int RESOURCE_UNAVAILABLE_ERROR = 534; public static final int RESOURCE_ALLOCATION_ERROR = 534; public static final int RESOURCE_IN_USE_ERROR = 536; public static final int NETWORK_RULE_CONFLICT_ERROR = 537 Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Debugging tips in CS development - Generally use eclipse to attach debugger to the management server - SystemVM agents - stop cloud service - add -Xdebug Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=878 7 to /usr/local/cloud/systemvm/_run.sh - open port 8787 - start the java process - ./run.sh - Usage - To check if events are being logged in check usage_events in cloud DB - To start usage server in dev setup mvn -pl usage -Drun -Dpid=$$ Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • SSVM troubleshooting - Login - - ssh -i /root/.ssh/id_rsa.cloud -p 3922 root@ip where ip is link local on XenServer and private ip in case of VMware Script to check the health of SSVM - /usr/local/cloud/systemvm/ssvm-check.sh Check if port 8250 is open In global configuration value of ‘host’ is right set to the management server ip Check agent status – service cloud status Logs can be found at - /var/log/cloud/cloud.log Template status can be found in template_store_ref DB table Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • And a couple more … - DB Encryption To decrypt the database secret key use the following java -classpath /usr/share/java/cloud-jasypt-1.8.jar org.jasypt.intf.cli.JasyptPBEStringDecryptionCLI decrypt.sh input=<encryptedValue> password=<secretKey> verbose=false (where secretKey is the value in /etc/cloudstack/management/key file) - GUI timeout - - Default timeout is 15 minutes To increase the timeout edit /usr/share/cloud/management/webapps/client/WEB-INF/web.xml to add <session-config> <session-timeout>60</session-timeout> </session-config> Restart the server Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • ACS Ports - - - - Management Server - 8080: Primary GUI / Authentication API Port - 8096: User/Client Management Server (unauthenticated) - 8787: CloudStack (Tomcat) debug socket - 9090: Cloudstack Management Cluster Interface SystemVM Agent - 3922: SystemVM to Management (secure) - 8250: SystemVM to Management (unsecure) MySQL Server - 3306: MySQL Server Hypervisor - 22/443: XenServer - 22: KVM - 443: vCenter 7080: AWS API server Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • ACS Administrator Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • ACS Administrator  Install, Configuration & Deployment  Logs  Global Config Parameters  Cloud database  Reusing of Hypervisors  Best Practices Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Install ,Configuration & Deployment Issues ? Failed to login to ACS Management server   4.2 requires Min 2 GB RAM Redeploy DB and start cloudstack-setup-management ? Issue with Instances in isolated network  VLAN Trunking in Switch port configuration ? Failed to deploy instances  Insufficient resources : Management server log analysis Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Install ,Configuration & Deployment Issues ? Failed to add host  XCP host – Copy Echo plugin  Host License  Compatible host while creating the cluster of hosts ? Host/Storage pool in avoid set  Reachability issues  Timeout  Capacity of the storage pool / Host  Alert state ? Move XS hosts from Alert state  Restart Cloud Management service which does reconnection to hosts  Unmanage the cluster with the affected host.  Clear the host tags of the affected host. xe host-param-clear param-name=tags uuid=<UUID of affected host>  Manage the cluster with the affected host. Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Install ,Configuration & Deployment Issues ? Host in Alert State  Monitor Host Root Disk usage ? SSVM access in VMWARE  VMWARE do not have link local IP. We need to access SSVM from Management server (CCP server) using private ip address . ssh -i /var/cloudstack/management/.ssh/id_rsa -p 3922 root@<Private IP> Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Logs  Management Server logs - /var/log/cloudstack/managementserver.log - /var/log/cloudstack/api.log  SSVM - /var/log/cloud/cloud.out  KVM cloudstak Agent - /var/log/cloudstack/agent/agent.log  vSphere logs - /var/log/hostd.log (host log) - /var/log/vmkernel.log (kernel log) - /var/log/vpxa.log (agent log)  Xenserver logs - /var/log/Smlog -/var/log/xensource.log  /etc/cloudstack/management/log4j-cloud.xml - Set the priority to TRACE Levels - FATAL, ERROR, WARNING, INFO, DEBUG, TRACE Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Global Config Parameters expunge.delay Determines how long (in seconds) to wait before actually expunging destroyed vm. The default value = the default value of expunge.interval 60 expunge.workers The interval (in seconds) to wait before running the expunge thread. Number of workers performing expunge network.gc.interval Seconds to wait before checking for networks to shutdown 600 network.gc.wait Time (in seconds) to wait before shutting down a network that's not in used 600 pool.storage.allocated.capacity.disablethreshold Percentage (as a value between 0 and 1) of allocated storage utilization above which allocators will disable using the pool for low allocated storage available. secstorage.allowed.internal.sites Comma separated list of cidrs internal to the datacenter that can host template download servers, please note 0.0.0.0 is not a valid site wait Time in seconds to wait for control commands to return vmware.vcenter.session.timeout integration.api.port VMware client timeout in seconds Defaul API port The interval (in seconds) to wait before running the storage cleanup thread. expunge.interval storage.cleanup.interval Troubleshooting CloudStack 60 1 1 1800 12000 8096 86400
    • Cloud Database              op_dc_vnet_alloc op_dc_ip_address_alloc user_ip_address image_store vm_template Template_store_ref volume storage_pool host vm_instance nics network_offering physical_network_traffic_types Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Reusing Hypervisors  • • • • • • • xe vm-uninstall --multiple –force Unmount Storage xe vif-unplug uuid=<uuid> xe vif-destroy uuid=<uuid> xe network-destroy uuid=<cloud link Local uuid> sh /opt/xensource/bin/cloud-clean-vlan.sh Disable cloud tags created on host  • • • • Xenserver Vmware Delete all instances Delete Templates Un mount Datastores Remove all cloud networks Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Best Practises  Switch port configurations ( VLANs must be trunked).  Restrict the IP addresses which can access storage to avoid data loss .  Monitor host disk space .  All hosts must be 64-bit and must support HVM (Intel-VT or AMD-V enabled). All Hosts within a Cluster must be homogeneous.  The volumes used for Primary and Secondary storage should be accessible from Management Server and the hypervisors. These volumes should allow root users to read/write data. These volumes must be for the exclusive use of CloudStack and should not contain any data  All resources used for CloudStack must be used for CloudStack only. CloudStack cannot shares instance of ESXi or storage with other management consoles. Do not share the same storage volumes that will be used by CloudStack with a different set of ESXi servers that are not managed by CloudStack  The Management Servers communicate with the XenServers on ports 22 (ssh) and 80 (HTTP).  The Management Servers communicate with VMware vCenter servers on port 443 (HTTPs).  The Management Servers communicate with the KVM servers on port 22 (ssh). Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • References  https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CLOUDSTACK/SSVM%2C +templates%2C+Secondary+storage+troubleshooting  https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CLOUDSTACK/Ports+use d+by+CloudStack  http://dlafferty.blogspot.in/2013/08/using-cloudstacks-log-filesxenserver.html Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Troubleshooting CloudStack
    • Get Involved Web: http://cloudstack.apache.org/ Mailing Lists: cloudstack.apache.org/mailing-lists.html IRC: irc.freenode.net: 6667 #cloudstack Twitter: @cloudstack LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/groups/CloudStack-Users-Group-3144859 If it didn’t happen on the mailing list, it didn’t happen. Troubleshooting CloudStack