Known Issues and Limitations

Known Issues

These known issues will be addressed in future versions of vOneCloud:

Fix VM creation problem in 3.0.0

Release 3.0.0 has a problem in the cloud views that do not let users create new VMs (already fixed in 3.0.1). Here are the steps to fix this problem in 3.0.0 appliances:

  • Enable ssh access to the vOneCloud appliance following these instructions
  • Connect as root to the frontend using ssh. If you are using windows you can use the software PUTTY, for Linux or Mac OS X you can use the terminal:
ssh root@<your frontend>
  • Execute this command, do a copy and paste as any change to the command can make it fail:
sed -i 's/^            templates: false$/            templates: true/' /etc/one/sunstone-views/cloud.yaml
  • Close the ssh terminal an return to vOneCloud control panel
  • Restart OpenNebula

Found more?

If you find any new issue, please let us know in the Community Questions section of the vOneCloud Support Portal.


These limitations will be addressed in future versions of vOneCloud:

Limitation Description
VM Unsupported Operations The following operations are only supported from vCenter: - Migrate VM to different ESX clusters
No spaces in VMDKs VMDKs with spaces in their names or paths (ie, folders that contain them) are not supported for importing, attaching or uploading
No FILES support in context Contextualization in vOneCloud does not support passing files to Virtual Machines
Cannot import “one-” VMs VMs deployed by another instance of vOneCloud, or machines named with a leading “one-” cannot be imported again
vCenter password length Cannot be more than 22 characters
Browser Adblock plug ins Features like VNC and VM log viewer may be affected by Adblock plug ins. Please disable these plug ins if you are experiencing issues
Cloning imported VMs Cloning in vCenter an imported VM will result in a VM that cannot be imported again. Please instantiate from templates and import the resulting VMs, instead of cloning already imported VMs.
VLAN ID not reported vCenter precreated networks are not imported with the VLAN ID information, although they’ll work as expected
Wrong capcity check at import time When a vCenter template or wild VM is imported into OpenNebula, the virtual disks are imported, and vOneCloud tries to fit them in the DS. If not enough space are left, the import may fail.

If you find any new limitation, feel free to add a feature request in Community - Feature Request section of the vOneCloud Support Portal.