So you blew up your CloudStack installation and all you have is a chain of XenServer VHD files on your primary storage.
The recovery process would involve creating a coalesced volume from the available VHD chain files. The steps outlined in CloudStack’s CreateVolumeFromSnapshotCommand API says…
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Update: 20140414: Newer Cloudstack installations might need vhd-util top be copied to /opt/cloud/bin/ manually on the XenServer. It exists on my installations. YMMV
A frequently asked question on the CloudStack mailing list is whether CloudStack 4.2 supports XenServer 6.2 as many users have faced problems adding XenServer hosts into their CloudStack infrastructure.
The answer is an emphatic YES. CloudStack 4.2.0 is the first release of CloudStack to fully support XenServer 6.2 and works very well.
Most of the integration issues faced by users seems to be around 2 missing steps:
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