The first thing to check would be to verify that that the bucket and contents 
exist in your account.  Use the AWS console to log in, go to the S3 tab, and 
look for the bucket 'cm-31bf91279e41769ff78af22c1a276ece' and verify the 
/shared/2012-01-12--18-03 folder structure exists.

-Dannon

On Apr 2, 2012, at 12:40 PM, mailing list wrote:

> Hi guys, I'm still stuck on this :-(.
> 
> Are there any log files I could look at to get more details?  I'm
> definitely willing to dive in an get to the bottom of this issue.  Can
> anyone recommend a starting point?
> 
> Thanks again,
> 
> Greg
> 
> On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 9:01 AM, mailing list <margeem...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> 
>> After launching Cloudman on the Initial Cluster Configuration dialog I
>> selected the "Share-an-Instance Cluster" option and put in this share
>> string:
>> cm-31bf91279e41769ff78af22c1a276ece/shared/2012-01-12--18-03
>> 
>> But after that I see this message in the log:
>> 
>> 12:52:19 - Problem copying shared cluster configuration files. Cannot
>> continue with shared cluster initialization.
>> 
>> And nothing else happens after that.  The "applications" status stays
>> yellow, and disk status says "0/0".
>> 
>> Here is some more information about the run:
>> 
>> That sharestring is from a share I made in January.  It worked when I
>> last tested it in January.
>> I launched via the BioCloudCentral wep app.
>> 
>> Other run information:
>> Instance ID     i-8523cee2
>> Image ID (AMI)  ami-500cd139
>> Security group  CloudMan
>> Key pair        cloudman_key_pair
>> Placement (zone)        us-east-1b
>> 
>> Let me know what other information would be helpful.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> Greg
> 
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