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Google app engine : Viewing the different versions of your app

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your app is you_project_id.appspot.com

you can view different versions of your app by adding versionnumber and dash in front of that

example: (URLs aren’t mean to work)

my example project url is:

http://coolaproject-1231-1231.appspot.com

i can view both version 1 and version 2

to view version 1 it would be

http://1-dot-coolaproject-1231-1231.appspot.com

to view version 2 it would be

http://2-dot-coolaproject-1231-1231.appspot.com

etc.

Problems logging into newly created vCloud Air virtual machine.

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Have you created a virtual machine but are having problems logging in?

If you visit my last post on virtual machine creation in vCloud Air , you will see that there were no options to preselect usernames and passwords for the vm.

How do we logon in??

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To resolve this we are going to have to go through a few steps.

Go back to the vCloud Air portal and power off the machine.

In this image I’m waiting for the vm to go down.

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Once the vm is off,

Select the virtual machine,

Then in the actions drop down box choose: “Manage in vCloud Director”

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A new window will pop up.

In this windows, on the upper left corner click “My cloud”

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Now the view changes.

Click vms and find your virtual machine.

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Right click your virtual machine and select properties

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Select the “Guest OS customization tab”

You should see the auto generated password for your vm

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Now hit cancel and go back and power on your vm

Then open the console. (right click the vm to pop out the console)

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Now you should be able to logon and change your password.

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Creating a virtual machine on vCloud Air

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Objective here is to create a new virtual machine in vCloud Air.

As you can see I have no virtual machines in my Virtual Data Center

Click on “create your first virtual machine”

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Several default options to choose appear.

These are a handful of default options which incluse (as of this posting)

  • CentOS 6.3 (32/64)
  • CentOS 6.4 (32/64)
  • Ubuntu Server 12.04 (32/64)
  • Windows 2008R2 Standard (64)
  • Windows 2012 Standard (64)
  • Windows 2012R2 Standard(64)

Of course you can upload your own options but at the moment we will chose one of the defaults:

I’m choosing Ubuntu server 64.

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Now customization options will appear.

Here you can name your vm, and allocate resources,

The cost per hour is generated as you play around with the options.

The more resources you consume, the greater the charge.

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Now you see the vm being created, and the status will circle.

Still waiting on the status to update.

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Once the vm is ready the status will show that its powered off

I chose to leave it powered off at first

The option to start powered on was also there.

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Check the box next to the vm and power it on

You could also select the drop down and power it on or just the nice big button above.

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Once the vm is on the status changes.

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To view the console of our newly powered on vm

  • Select the vm,
  • Select the actions drop down
  • Choose “open in console”

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Now the Console pops out and we can see the console and use the vm.

The buttons on the upper right are for

  • sending control alt del
  • going full screen

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if you just created your vm you may have problems logging on.

See the next post for updates