[one-users] Setting hostname for vm

Diego M. thedragonsreborn at hotmail.com
Tue Jul 22 01:37:45 PDT 2014

I was checkign the documentation, and you can use for HOSTNAME=$NAME on the contextualization part of your template.I tried it and didn't worked for me, but it is supposed to work. Maybe I'm doing something wrong.
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2014 17:14:56 -0700
From: kerryhall at gmail.com
To: users at lists.opennebula.org
Subject: [one-users] Setting hostname for vm

Hi folks,

I'm trying to determine how I can set the hostname for the vms I spin up. It looks like the web interface for vms has no place to enter additional one-off type properties, like hostname. This is true for both the user web interface and the admin web interface.

The template creation interface certainly has a place for raw data, but I'm assuming I shouldn't have to create one template per vm just to set the hostname. Perhaps setting up a template correctly will change the vm interface, allowing a place to type in a hostname. 

Host and guest are both CentOS 6.


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