Dmitri- We set up our development environment by virtualizing a separate management node using KVM. I also look at vcld.log for errors during development and testing. The log gives the name of the module and line number as each task executes which helps troubleshoot the issues. What version of VCL are you using? We initially tried to use the esx.pm module (in VCL version 2.1 at the time) but ran into significant issues. We were told to switch to using the vmware.pm provisioning module which helped alleviate a number of problems. This may not be the issue with VCL 2.2 but we decided to stick with the vmware.pm provisioning module for our nodes running esxi.
Kelly P. Robinson Lead Software Systems Engineer Georgia State University Platform Storage & Engineering / IS&T krobinso...@gsu.edu On 4/17/12 12:10 PM, "Dmitri Chebotarov" <dcheb...@gmu.edu> wrote: >Hi, All > >I'm looking for some help on how to setup development environment for VCL >back-end development. >I already have working VCL system. I need to debug and troubleshoot new >code and changes I plan to make to VCL. > >I use Komodo IDE. Would it possible to just hit 'run' button and follow >the code via IDE? >Right now I run vcld and watch vcld.log for errors, then come back to the >code to correct issues. > >I'm working on ESXi.pm module - trying to make reservations for ESXi 4.1 >server. > >Thanks. >-- >Dmitri Chebotarov >Virtual Computing Lab Systems Engineer, TSD - Ent Servers & Messaging >223 Aquia Building, Ffx, MSN: 1B5 >Phone: (703) 993-6175 >Fax: (703) 993-3404 > > > > >