[Openstack] Vm's Hung when I use Vi editor in openstack

m.channappa.negalur at accenture.com m.channappa.negalur at accenture.com
Mon Dec 15 04:42:44 UTC 2014

Hello ,

Thanks for your response. I Installed latest kernel  and glibc packages  on cloud VM . But not changed the MTU,  issue got resolved. I am investigating what was the cause .

Malleshi CN

From: Maxime Aubry [mailto:m.aubry at hexanet.fr]
Sent: Friday, December 12, 2014 1:05 PM
To: Channappa Negalur, M.
Cc: openstack at lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [Openstack] Vm's Hung when I use Vi editor in openstack

we had this problem on our Icehouse cloud, it was a MTU related problem (using the gre tunnels). We had to adjust the MTU on all network interfaces (1700 instead of 1500)

2014-12-11 18:43 GMT+01:00 <m.channappa.negalur at accenture.com<mailto:m.channappa.negalur at accenture.com>>:
Hello Geeks,

I have installed Juno 3 node setup. I am able to launch a Centos6.4 image successfully(image size of 328MB). But when I tried to edit files inside VM using ‘vi’ , terminal gets hung. I updated vi package to ‘vim-enhanced’ , still the issue continues.

I have enough resource for my compute node  .

Warm Regards,
Malleshi CN


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