[one-users] fault in opennebula?
cvazquez at c12g.com
Mon Mar 31 02:35:46 PDT 2014
That may be OK, which version of OpenNebula are you using?
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On 31 March 2014 10:11, Christophe Duez
<christophe.duez at student.uantwerpen.be> wrote:
> fault in opennebula?
> So I added a new datastore from the CLI :
> $ cat system.ds
> NAME = nfs_ds
> TM_MAD = shared
> TYPE = SYSTEM_DS
> $ onedatastore create system.ds
> ID: 104
> Now i'll go to opennebula and see that the path for that datastore is set to
> Base path /var/lib/one//datastores/104
> The only problem is that there is no file called:
> fault in my thinking or in opennebula?
> Kind regards,
> Duez Christophe
> Student at University of Antwerp :
> Master of Industrial Sciences: Electronics-ICT
> E christophe.duez at student.uantwperen.be
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