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From "Brussk, Michael" <Michael.Bru...@itelligence.de>
Subject AW: Service Offerings and Host Tags
Date Thu, 12 Nov 2020 12:34:20 GMT
Hi Rafael,

there is a bug, that only one host-tag can be used within service offerings.
But there is an open PR https://github.com/apache/cloudstack/pull/4399 to address this ;)

Regards,
Michael


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Von: rvalle@privaz.io.INVALID <rvalle@privaz.io.INVALID>
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 12. November 2020 13:04
An: users@cloudstack.apache.org
Betreff: Service Offerings and Host Tags

EXTERNAL MAIL:

Hi!

I am trying to create service offerings targetting particular clusters, for example those
of hosts with a low power CPU, or SSD local storage, things like that.

I am using host tags both in the host and in the service offering.

I am assuming that if a service offering is tagged a host with those tags will be selected
to schedule newly created VMs.

Is this functionality working?

Is anybody using it than can share her/his experience?

Does it work for single or multiple tags?

I don't get it to work, and I wonder if I am missing something.

Rafael​


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