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Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide – Updated v1.1

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Due to some changes effected in the latest update of UEC packages on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, we have updated the Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide to reflect those changes. Thus we have Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide – Version 1.1. We’re also working on the Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. Stay tuned to the blog to stay informed. Feedback is welcome.

Click the following link to download the book:

https://cssoss.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/eucalyptus-beginners-guide-uec-edition1-1.pdf

PDF version of Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide – UEC Edition

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We have just released the PDF version of “Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide – UEC Edition, V1.0” and you can download it from https://cssoss.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/book_eucalyptus_beginners_guide_uec_edition1.pdf.  Please help us enhance the book by posting your suggestions as comments here.

The latest version of the pdf will also be availble from http://www.csscorp.com/enterprise-it-support/open-source-services.php .

Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide – UEC Edition

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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to UEC and its components
  2. Installation & Configuration
  3. Web Interface
  4. Image Management
  5. Instance Management
  6. Storage Management
  7. Network Management
  8. Security
  9. Troubleshooting
  10. Euca Commands
  11. Hacks

This is a live book and will be updated on an ongoing basis based on your feedback and comments.

[Eucalyptus Beginner’s Guide – UEC edition] Chapter 11 – Hacks

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Chapter 10
Euca Commands

Bringing up a windows instance without using kernel and ramdisk images

Edit /usr/share/eucalyptus/gen_kvm_libvirt_xml to  remove the lines that add “-kernel” and “-initrd” options in the libvirt.xml.

Here is the patch for /usr/share/eucalyptus/gen_kvm_libvirt_xml that ships with Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)

DISCLAIMER: This patch works  with the windows instances  on Lucid Lynx. This would work as long as all your disk images are bootable and you don’t need the kernel and ramdisk images. If you need the flexibility of launching instances using different kernel/ramdisk combinations, this hack is not for you! Read the rest of this entry »