Motty Cruz, recently reported having issues installing and running FreeBSD on his CloudStack 4.2.1/CentOS 6.5 KVM environment.
My environment is very similar, except that I prefer to run FreeBSD on XenServer instead of KVM. FreeBSD 10 and later versions have XENHVM support possibly making Xen a better platform for FreeBSD.
So does FreeBSD have issues running on Apache CloudStack 4.2.1 and CentOS 6.5 KVM hypervisors?
Continue reading FreeBSD 10 On CloudStack + KVM
If you had 3xQuad port network controllers having a total of 12 usable ports, your network bonding+bridging could look as below:
On CentOS/RedHat, the network settings would be as below:
Continue reading Network Bonding With CloudStack and Linux KVM
Before we begin, please do read the following links for a basic understanding of CloudStack’s networking concepts.
- CloudStack Manual About Physical Networks Section
- CloudStack Advanced Network Tutorial Step by Step
- Understanding CloudStack’s Physical Networking Architecture
- Chapter 15. Managing Networks and Traffic
Confused yet? 🙂
Here is one more article for creating an Advanced Zone in CloudStack but follows a keep-it-simple principle. The assumptions are bare minimum must have requirements for a Advanced Zone.
Continue reading CloudStack “simple” Advanced Network Example