I started to use openenebula in Lab environment to explore it. I installed and confgure it with deploying 1st test vm. Then i setup appmarket.
What is the difference between appmarket and market place as I can see these 2 different tab in sunstone UI.
Can we push downloaded centos 7 VM image ( from opnenebula market place - http://marketplace.c12g.com/appliance) to our internal appmarket ?
I mean how, we can import / push existing images to appmarket so other user can use them to build them VMs.
And if there is require to build new IMAGE which is not available within opennebula marketplace in that case, how we can make our own image ?
We only use the appmarket zo we can roll out our own images to our users. To import existing images from the marketplace you go to the appmarket tab and press the green + button. After that a window will appear where you can put all the relevant information.
The correct URL and all other info like md5 and sha1 hashes can be found at the marketplace URL. in this case for ubuntu the url would be http://marketplace.opennebula.systems/appliance/53e7c1b28fb81d6a69000003
Thanks for your kind response. Now I can create appliance, but when i do import I got , Net::ReadTimeout error.
But my internet speed is fine. if i do wget to download or download from browser it works.
When I click on marketplace, i got error “cannot connect to marketplace”.
in sunstone-server.conf ,
I am here behind proxy. I set proxy variable in profile, and i can see in my env command output.
Can you pleases suggest me what could be missing here?
Is there any suggestion to resolve this problem?
Today, I am trying to troubleshoot this issue and i run
sunstone-server start command ,and then I can see marketplace is working no more error on that tab.
what would be difference between
systemctl start opennebula-sunstone and
sunstone-server start service ?
Still, I am facing
net:readtimeout error when do import image to appmarket or from marketplace.
After removing proxy, it is working fine. I can import images to AppMarket.