Hi, Thank you for your release. We have setup the environment for your VCL 2.1 Virtual Applicance. How could we know whether the VCL VM provision is OK? I didn't see any imformation about how to load a VM to the Hypervisor and run it.
Thanks 2009/4/9 Brian Bouterse <bmbou...@ncsu.edu> > Some other folks in the community are specializing the bare metal installs > through some form of integration with xcat 2.1.1. To keep my sanity, I am > specializing in virtualization only VCL deployments and functionality. Who > in the community is in charge of the bare metal integration moving forward? > > Best, > Brian > > > Brian Bouterse > Secure Open Systems Initiative > 919.698.8796 > > > > > On Apr 8, 2009, at 10:31 PM, 杨杰 wrote: > > Hi, >> Thank you for your greate help ! According to the email, this release does >> not support the deployment to the bare metal images. Then how could i >> make >> it ? Will you give some direction? Or is there any higher release version >> recently ? >> >> Thanks again ! >> >> 2009/4/9 Brian Bouterse <bmbou...@ncsu.edu> >> >> I've finished building the new version of the VCL VM appliance which is >>> ready to deploy virtual machines onto ESX and ESX 3i hypervisors. This >>> VM >>> does not contain xcat and cannot deploy bare metal images or >>> vmware-server >>> images. The announcement is happening on this list because this VM >>> appliance should lower the barrier to working with VCL within this >>> community. Just to be clear, this VM is not being released by Apache. >>> The >>> major improvements include: >>> >>> The entire VM is only 3.1GB so it should be easy for folks to download >>> The setup has been greatly simplified from the older and deprecated >>> version >>> hosted at the http://www.ibiblio.org/vclvm/ site >>> The VM comes with the ESX/ESX 3i provisioning module pre-installed and >>> ready to use >>> >>> To get started working with this VM, you will need: >>> >>> At least one ESX or ESX 3i hypervisor >>> Some form of NFS storage which can also be SSH'd into. A good example of >>> this is a simple Linux box acting as an NFS server. >>> >>> The link to the instructions (which include a VM download link) are >>> located >>> below. These instructions are on wiki ... if you use them, and find >>> improvements, please update the documentation! >>> >>> https://wiki.oscr.ncsu.edu/wiki/index.php/The_VCL_2.1_Virtual_Appliance >>> >>> Best, >>> Brian >>> >>> Brian Bouterse >>> Secure Open Systems Initiative >>> 919.698.8796 >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >> >> -- >> Yang Jie（杨杰） >> >> Team of MRMSS, Xi'an Jiaotong University >> >> Department of Computer Science and Technology, Xi’an Jiaotong University >> >> TEL: +8613468883723;029-82665263 EXT.24 >> >> MSN: xtyangjie2...@yahoo.com.cn >> >> E-mail: xtyang...@gmail.com >> > > -- Best wishes, 乔木 MOE KLINNS Lab and SKLMS Lab, Xi'an Jiaotong University Department of Computer Science and Technology, Xi’an Jiaotong University TEL: 15991676983 E-mail: qiao...@gmail.com