Hi, Aaron -- Are you able to SSH to the VM host using key authentication?
ssh -i /etc/vcl/vcl.key <VM host> Also, check to be sure that "6vsphere" resolves to its IP from the management node (in /etc/hosts). Regards, Mike -- *Mike Haudenschild* Education Systems Manager Longsight Group (740) 599-5005 x809 m...@longsight.com www.longsight.com On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 12:42, Aaron Bryant <amb...@pitt.edu> wrote: > Greetings, > > I am new to VCL and having a problem configuring a Fedora 15 machine > running Apache VCL 2.2.1. This VCL project is being tested as a pilot > project for the University I work for. My testing environment is a Dell > PowerEdge running Fedora 15 and a Dell PowerEdge R710 running VMware ESXI > 4.1.0. I have created a Windows 7 32 bit virtual machine using an ESXI > client machine. I completed installing Cygwin SSHD and I'm attempting to > run the vcld -setup command. My problem occurs in this step while creating > a base image. I am able to get through all of the prompts and start the > creation before the script crashes with no image creation occurring. I > have checked the '/var/log/vcld.log' log file and this is a portion of the > output: > > 16:25:34|2772|4:4|image|OS.pm:is_ssh_responding(386)|6vsphere is NOT > responding to SSH, ports 22 or 24 are both closed > 2012-01-24 16:25:34|2772|4:4|image|VMware.pm:initialize(257)|unable to > control OS of VM host 6vsphere using VCL::Module::OS::Windows::Version_6::7 > OS object because VM host is not responding to SSH > > I have checked and am able to ssh between the management node and the > virtual machines. I am thinking that my problem may be with how the > virtual machines are configured in the Database but I can't be sure. > > Please see the log file attached for more information. > > Thanks, > Aaron Bryant >