hi Andy,

i will stick to this workaround for now, and this helps!!!

if i were to run a post load or post reservation script,  any idea
where would that be?

regards,
prem.


On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM, Andy Kurth <andy_ku...@ncsu.edu> wrote:
> Hello Prem,
> We're working to make the code more flexible regarding interface
> names.  For now, I think you're going to need to modify the code.
> Open up lib/VCL/Module/OS/Linux.pm and find the generate_rc_local
> subroutine.  Find the following 2 lines and swap 'eth0' and 'eth1':
>
> push(@array2print, 'IP0=$(ifconfig eth0 | grep inet | awk \'{print
> $2}\' | awk -F: \'{print $2}\')' . "\n");
> push(@array2print, 'IP1=$(ifconfig eth1 | grep inet | awk \'{print
> $2}\' | awk -F: \'{print $2}\')' . "\n");
>
> You will need to save a new revision of your image after making this
> change.  Once captured, the new revision should hopefully configure
> SSH correctly.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Andy
>
>
> On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 4:45 PM, Prem Kumar <prem.it.ku...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> hello,
>>
>> every thing went well. have one minor correction to make.
>>
>> since my eth0 is public and eth1 is private, any idea on how could i
>> guarantee that external_sshd_config listens to eth0 and gets the
>> public ip and sshd_config listens to eth1 and gets private ip.
>>
>> because of the above switch of the ip's in sshd_config files, even
>> though my reservation finishes it remains locked out.
>>
>> i also intend to provision using vmware, using the same management
>> node and hoping that any changes made to get the above bare-metal
>> install working will not affect the other.
>>
>> regards,
>> prem.
>>
>> On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 4:58 PM, Prem Kumar <prem.it.ku...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Josh,
>>>
>>> got it to work!!!
>>>
>>> 'usepartimageng=0' set it to 1.
>>>
>>> never mind about the link to download partimage-ng, i was under the
>>> impression, that i will have to install partimage-ng, then looked
>>> around to realize it already exists in rootimg.gz.
>>>
>>> sincere thanks for patiently helping, now moving to next step!
>>>
>>> regards,
>>> prem.
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 3:50 PM, Prem Kumar <prem.it.ku...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> hi Josh,
>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> I need to add this to the documentation and should have mentioned it 
>>>>> earlier.
>>>>> partimage can only capture a few file system types.  I don't remember the
>>>>> exact list.  I know it includes ext2/ext3 and ntfs.  I also know that it
>>>>> cannot capture ext4 and anything involving LVM.  That is part of why I
>>>>> included support for partimageng.  If it doesn't natively know how to 
>>>>> handle
>>>>> the file system, it will fall back to using dd to capture it.  Search for
>>>>> 'usepartimageng=0' in the partimageng postscript and change it to =1 to 
>>>>> switch
>>>>> to using partimageng.
>>>>>
>>>>> Is the file system to be captured either ext2 or ext3 and without having 
>>>>> LVM
>>>>> invovled?
>>>>
>>>> file system involved is ext3 and without 'lvm'. so i am good on that.
>>>>
>>>> i could not find partimage-ng for download, could you point me to a
>>>> genuine source, sourceforege doesn't have it.
>>>>
>>>> following is the link to /tmp/partimageng.log
>>>>> http://pastebin.com/YrbmsF99
>>>>
>>>> also noticed following error from partimage log in /var/log
>>>>
>>>>  >>  "[Can't read bit map block 0 from image]"
>>>>
>>>> looking out for that errors tells me that it could be because of
>>>> running partimage in 'gui' mode as opposed to batch, still looking for
>>>> more reasons.
>>>>
>>>> meanwhile i will look for other errors and wait for link to partimage-ng.
>>>>
>>>> regards,
>>>> prem.
>>>>
>>>
>>
>

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