We are having an issue getting the VCL working. It appears to be logging into our NAS/NFS box and issuing 'cp' commands and copying the VM files from 'golden' to 'inuse'. After the files finish copying, we get an error, ' Virtual Machine TECS-ESX-4600-2 not found' (as seen below). The "TECS-ESX-4600-2" is an ESX Host, which VCL seems to reference correctly as a host some times, as seen in this line, "--server 'TECS-ESX-4600-2'". Though right after that, it shows, "--vmname TECS-ESX-4600-2". I am not sure how it got in the system as BOTH a server AND a VM.
We are using the virtual appliance 2.1, downloaded via the wiki site. I did a search of the database for TECS-ESX-4600-2 and it only shows up in tables for logs and in the 'computername' table, which seems to make sense. I grepped the following directories (recursively) for TECS-ESX: grep "TECS-ESX" -R /var/www/html grep "TECS-ESX" -R /opt/vcl grep "TECS-ESX" -R /etc Nothing significant turned up. /var/log/vcld.log: 2009-05-14 17:43:15|6423|34:34|new|utils.pm:insertloadlog(5324)|inserted computer=1, info, computer state updated to reloading 2009-05-14 17:43:15|6423|34:34|new|esx.pm:load(171)|Entered ESX module, loading esx3-linuxtest-v0 on TECS-ESX-4600-2 (on TECS-ESX-4600-2) for reservation 34 2009-05-14 17:43:15|6423|34:34|new|esx.pm:load(183)|VM info command: /usr/lib/vmware-viperl/apps/vm/vminfo.pl --server 'TECS-ESX-4600-2' --vmname TECS-ESX-4600-2 --username vcl --password 'xxxxxxxxxxx' 2009-05-14 17:43:23|6423|34:34|new|esx.pm:load(186)|VM info output: Virtual Machine TECS-ESX-4600-2 not found.2009-05-14 17:43:23|6423|34:34|new|utils.pm:run_ssh_command(6695)|executing SSH command on 172.17.0.1:|6423|34:34|new| rm -rf /mnt/vcl/inuse/TECS-ESX-4600-2 Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Kris Augustus CCNA, RHCE, A+ Lab Supervisor College of TECS East Carolina University 252-737-1978 august...@ecu.edu<mailto:august...@ecu.edu> Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.