After a datacenter move (physical and re-iping) one of the vhosts is starting up with cloud-init

Christine Campo

New Member
May 19, 2019
One of the 3 vhosts is not starting up with the correct IP and it seems to be attached to a cloud-init?? No idea why and cannot seem to boot it properly.

I'm not even sure how to go about troubleshooting it.

here is the .members file

Attached is how the vhost3 is booting up.

root@vhost3:~# cat /etc/pve/.members
"nodename": "vhost3",
"version": 5,
"cluster": { "name": "CWPWaltham", "version": 3, "nodes": 3, "quorate": 1 },
"nodelist": {
"vhost": { "id": 1, "online": 1, "ip": ""},
"vhost2": { "id": 3, "online": 1, "ip": ""},
"vhost3": { "id": 2, "online": 1, "ip": ""} <=== this should be


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did you install cloud-init on the host? if yes, why?
i would first try to deinstall cloud-init (apt remove)
and then check /etc/network/interfaces..


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