Yes. It's the same bug here. No problem - I'll create the jira issue
and get it updated.
I've cleaned up your sandbox image. Try it again when you get a chance.
All, so your not wondering what this sandbox image is. Within the NCSU
VCL production instance we have a standalone VCL sandbox environment
that can be checked out. It was used during a recent VCL bootcamp and is
also useful for development work, etc.
More info about the bootcamp:
On 7/16/10 8:42 AM, Brian Copcea wrote:
Hello all -
When we spoke earlier Kiran, this was the directory problem I suspected but
the Error -16 threw me off.
There is a bug in vmware.pm for ESX that makes the directory name for the
new image, and then uses the move command in an attempt to rename the
previously named directory under the<reservation number><vm guest> schema
to the correct image name. However, since it created the new directory
already, it simply copies the directory under the correctly named directory
instead of actually renaming the images as intended.
I don't know if this bug exists for the code for GSX/VMware Server as well,
but I would guess it does with the above directory structure you gave that
this is what is happening. I will try to reply to this thread later with
the exact location of the ESX vmware.pm code I had to change and see if I
can find any GSX counterparts.
Aaron, I said I would submit a Jira issue about this and I got a bit slack -
I'll try to get that done this weekend.
I hope this helps and makes sense...
On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:27 PM, Kiran N<kiran.nellima...@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry I think I did not put in correct words.. I am able to run ssh vmhost1
and login to vmhost1. But the current problem is the missing .vmdk files..
On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:01 PM, Josh Thompson<josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu
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On Thursday July 15, 2010, Kiran N wrote:
Michael, I am unable to login to the vmhost1, I think some access
Once you are logged in to the management node vm within the sandbox
should just be able to run "ssh vmhost1" to connect to it. If you can't
that, then you have bigger problems because that is how vcld (from within
sandbox) runs commands on the vmhost.
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