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Oracle VM Manager 3.1.1 RAC templates and deploycluster script

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I follow the DeployCluster tool manual : http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/products/clusterware/overview/racovm-deploycluster-tool-1635519.pdf to the point that shows:

.Using: ./deploycluster.py -u admin -p **** -H localhost -M racnode1,racnode2 -N netconfig.ini

INFO: Attempting to connect to Oracle VM Manager...

INFO: Oracle VM Client (3.1.1.399) protocol (1.8) CONNECTED (tcp) to
Oracle VM Manager (3.1.1.365) protocol (1.8) IP (192.168.10.215) UUID (0004fb0000010000285d60b0071f42ae)

INFO: Inspecting /home/ovm/deploycluster/netconfig.ini for number of nodes defined...
INFO: Detected 2 nodes in: /home/ovm/deploycluster/netconfig.ini

INFO: Located a total of (2) VMs;
2 VMs with a simple name of: ['racnode1', 'racnode2']

INFO: Verifying all (2) VMs are in Running state

INFO: VM with a simple name of "racnode1" is in Running state...

INFO: VM with a simple name of "racnode2" is in Running state...

INFO: Detected that all (2) VMs specified on command have (5) common shared disk
s between them (ASM_MIN_DISKS=5)

INFO: The (2) VMs passed basic sanity checks and in Running state, sending clust
er details as follows:
netconfig.ini (Network setup): /home/ovm/deploycluster/netconfig.ini
buildcluster: yes

INFO: Starting to send cluster details to all (2) VM(s).....
INFO: Sending to VM with a simple name of "racnode1"....
INFO: Sending to VM with a simple name of "racnode2"......

INFO: Cluster details sent to (2) VMs...
Check log (default location /u01/racovm/buildcluster.log) on build VM (rac
node1)...

INFO: deploycluster.py completed successfully at 23:48:59 in 9.1 seconds (00m:09
s)
Logfile at: /home/ovm/deploycluster/deploycluster1.log
[ovm@vmmgr deploycluster]$

seems right. THEN.... What?

What is next step? how to connect to racnode1 and racnode2? through VM Manager? I see racnode1 and racnode2 is showing Running state on VM Manager, but I am not able to ping it, or telnet to it.

The pdf manual mentioned to log in the VM/connect to the console.... please be specific what this means.

thanks,

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