-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On Wednesday June 08, 2011, Prem Kumar wrote: > hi Josh, kindly bare with other inline questions before i try out your > suggestions - > > > > 'vcl_rhel_node_template' then i need to have the following file > > > under $installroot/image/$arch/ > > > > > > vcl_rhel_node_template.img > > > vcl_rhel_node_template.gz > > > vcl_rhel_node_template-parta1.gz > > > > The above code means that you must have at least one of those files > > present in $installroot/image/$arch/. Those are the disk image files > > created by partimageng (any .img files) or partimage (any .gz files). > > The partimage stuff documented at the "unofficial" page always uses x86 > > as for $arch. It will still handle imaging/restoring x86_64 images. > > Since both x86 and x86_64 were handled the same way, I never bothered > > making it distinguish between them. So, all images captured with > > partimage using those instruction will be under $installroot/image/x86/ > > as i understand: > essentially files vcl_rhel_node_template.img 'or' > vcl_rhel_node_template.gz gets created for the first time after i have > successfully captured an image using the partimageng or partimage > respectfully?
Correct. > and this is done using the command 'nodeset <node> image' Correct. > also do you think having ssh communicate to private management node > over eth1, and compute nodes accessible to end users with ext_ssh > over eth0, an issue with the 'vcl code' at any point? I don't think it will be a problem. At one point in the past, eth0 had to be used for the private network and eth1 for the public. However, I believe all places that were hard coded to one or the other have been updated to be configurable. Josh - -- - ------------------------------- Josh Thompson VCL Developer North Carolina State University my GPG/PGP key can be found at pgp.mit.edu -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAk3vmIcACgkQV/LQcNdtPQP9MQCfUbNU+p9i5994kzm7PH47x1av 5T8AmgOAfuUgtS6evSG2IBN7pBOSaQsC =1qDh -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----