Milen, Can you explain further what you mean by "the web interface does not give me the option"?
Also, whenever you are starting a new thread on any mailing list, please do not click "reply" for an existing message. When clicking reply, almost all email clients set the "In-Reply-To" header and then use this when displaying messages in a threaded view, which makes your message get somewhat hidden in another thread. Josh On Thursday September 02, 2010, Milen P Paskov wrote: > Hello community, > > I have been making progress on my ccmp module which is going to give VCL > access to IBM Cloud resources. Currently images can be provision on the IBM > Cloud from VCL. > However I can not save the images, the web interface does not give me the > option, is there any special setting to the image that has to be done? > > Below is the setup for the image that I have used. > > Best Regards, > Milen Paskov > WSTI Intern > mppas...@us.ibm.com > > > I added the new module to the database. > INSERT INTO `module` (`id`, `name`, `prettyname`, `description`, > `perlpackage`) VALUES > (17, 'ccmp', 'CCMP', 'IBM Cloud', 'VCL::Module::Provisioning::ccmp'); > > I added the new provisioning module to the database. > INSERT INTO `provisioning` (`id`, `name`, `prettyname`, `moduleid`) > VALUES > (6, 'ccmp', 'CCMP', 17); > > From the web interface I added a new computer to use this provisioning > module. > Hostname: ibm1 > IP: 22.214.171.124 (we are not going to connect to a computer but call the IBM > Cloud API) > State: available > Owner: Admin > Platform: i386 > Schedule: VCL 24x7 > Current Images: no images > RAM: 2000 > No. Processors: 1 > Processor Speed: 2000 > Network Speed: 100 > Computer ID: 4 > Type: virtualmachine > Provisioning Engine: CCMP (our new module) > > Insert into the database a new image. > INSERT INTO `image` (`id`, `name`, `prettyname`, `ownerid`, > `platformid`, `OSid`, `imagemetaid`, `minram`, `minprocnumber`, > `minprocspeed`, `minnetwork`, `maxconcurrent`, `reloadtime`, `deleted`, > `test`, `lastupdate`, `forcheckout`, `maxinitialtime`, `project`, > `size`) VALUES > (12, 'rhl5-v0-id20001151', 'Red Hat Linux on IBM CLoud', 1, 1, 13, NULL, > 1024, 1, 2000, 10, NULL, 60, 0, 0, '2008-03-24 14:23:54', 1, 0, 'vcl', > 2000); > The only thing that is really needed for the provisioning > module is > the imageid which is part of the imagename > > Add a revision to the image, in the imagerevision table. > INSERT INTO `imagerevision` (`id`, `imageid`, `revision`, `userid`, > `datecreated`, `deleted`, `production`, `comments`, `imagename`) VALUES > (14, 12, 0, 1, '2008-03-24 14:23:54', 0, 1, NULL, 'rhl5-v0-id20001151'); > > Added image to the resource table. > INSERT INTO `resource` (`id`, `resourcetypeid`, `subid`) VALUES > (18, 13, 12); > > > I have also created some groups on web interface. > IBM Cloud - a computer group in which our computer is placed > IBM Images - a group for the images which can be accessed on the cloud > (so far only above mentioned one) > I have mapped the "IBM Images" to "IBM Cloud", through the image mapping > setup. > Mapped the computer group to the management node. -- ------------------------------- Josh Thompson Systems Programmer Advanced Computing | VCL Developer North Carolina State University josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu 919-515-5323 my GPG/PGP key can be found at pgp.mit.edu
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