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  • Luc Dekens
    REST API calls, error-code and error-messageAnswered45.0
    Topic posted July 15, 2018 by Luc DekensBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, tagged Tip 
    Title:
    REST API calls, error-code and error-message
    Summary:
    Is there an overview of the error-codes returned by the REST API?
    Content:

    The REST API Reference does show the possible HTTP Status Codes, but the REST API also return an ERROR-CODE and ERROR-MESSAGE.
    Is there a list of these ERROR-CODEs available somewhere?

     

     

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  • Luc Dekens
    Name field in the new network components not consistently...Answered65.0
    Topic posted July 15, 2018 by Luc DekensBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, tagged Tip 
    Title:
    Name field in the new network components not consistently used
    Summary:
    The optional name field in the new network components can be set, but it's not returned when not set. And apparently completely ignored by the Web GUI.
    Content:

    With the new network components (subnet,switch,port and the services: router,DNS,DHCP), there is an optional name field that can be set when calling the create REST API for each these.
    But, the name field is not returned when retrieving one of the network components when the name is not set at creation time.
    The name field is returned when it was set at creation time.
    Shouldn't the 'get' function always return the name field, even when not set or blank?
    Now the REST API method to 'get' one of these components returns different objects, depending on whether the name field was set or not at creation time.
    Consistency of the returned objects would be preferred imho.

    On a side-note, when the name field is set, the Web GUI keeps using the default names (Router1, DNS Server 1...)

  • Luc Dekens
    OpenVPN to a Ravello ApplicationAnswered35.0
    Topic posted June 4, 2018 by Luc DekensBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, tagged How-To, Ravello, Tip 
    Title:
    OpenVPN to a Ravello Application
    Summary:
    Are there any guidelines on setting up openVPN in pfSense to a Ravello Application?
    Content:

    Trying to find guidelines/best practices for setting up an openVPN in pfSense to a Ravello application.
    And how to use an Elastic IP in such a setup?

    The purpose is to be able to connect (RDP, ssh, HTTPS) from the outside world to VMs running in the Ravello application.
     

  • Luc Dekens
    Is the ESXi 6.7 ISO supported?Answered25.0
    Topic posted May 25, 2018 by Luc DekensBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, tagged Tip 
    Title:
    Is the ESXi 6.7 ISO supported?
    Summary:
    Is the ESXi 6.7 ISO supported?
    Content:

    I can install ESXi 6.5 from the ISO without any issue.

    The ESXi 6.7 ISO boots, and comes up with a menu:
    1) Install ESXi 6.7
    2) Boot local disk


    Selecting option 1) nearly immediately comes back to the same menu.

     

    Is the current ESXi 6.7 ISO supported to install ESXi in the Ravello Cloud?

  • Simon Law
    Where can I go to check the current status of all Ravello...4.0
    Topic posted May 18, 2018 by Simon LawBronze Trophy: 5,000+ Points, tagged Getting Started, How-To, Ravello, Tip 
    Title:
    Where can I go to check the current status of all Ravello services?
    Content:

    Oracle Ravello provides a status page that list the current status of the service components including the health of the different cloud regions:
    http://status.ravellosystems.com/

    You can also subscribe to service updates and receive notifications on service status changes.

     

  • Simon Law
    Use para-virtualized drivers for the best performance4.0
    Topic posted May 18, 2018 by Simon LawBronze Trophy: 5,000+ Points, tagged Ravello, Tip 
    Title:
    Use para-virtualized drivers for the best performance
    Summary:
    Ravello VM Performance Best Practice
    Content:

    As a general best practice, Ravello recommends using para-virtualized disk controllers (PVSCSI or VirtIO) and para-virtualized network devices (VMXNet3 or VirtIO) in your VMs for best performance.  For more information, go to the Disks tab and click on the icon "i" next to  Controller and likewise on the NICs tab, click on icon "i" next to Device.

    Note before you can switch to para-virtualized drivers, you need to make sure the drivers are installed inside your VMs. An easy way to get the drivers is to install VMware-tools into  your VM, after that you can switch to these drivers in Ravello GUI.

     

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  • Olivier Dasini
    Could Ravello be useful to AWS customers who wants to...14.5
    Topic posted September 1, 2017 by Olivier Dasini, tagged Tip 
    Title:
    Could Ravello be useful to AWS customers who wants to migrate to Oracle Cloud?
    Summary:
    Could Ravello be useful to AWS customers who wants to migrate to Oracle Cloud?
    Content:

    I wondering how Ravello could help AWS users who wants to migrate to Oracle Cloud?

     

    feedback welcome!

    Cheers