On 6/21/10 1:32 PM, David Abdurachmanov wrote:
Make sure the hostname of the vm can be resolved at the cmd line. Also
check to make sure the hostname of the virtual machine is listed in the
/etc/hosts file on the management node.
I have it partially running (feels good). I have a base image created and it's
moved to managed node. Everything is grouped correctly with the right
permissions and it already allows to load image to virtual machine. The problem
I am having now is that setup of private network (VMWare Host-Only) is not
working. Virtual machine gets IP from DHCP exactly as it should, but host
computer is not reachable from virtual machine and virtual machine is not
reachable from host computer. I have a key generated on public network and VCLD
can not connect via SSH because of host is unknown after loading on virtual
machine. I am gonna try fixing networks setup in a few days.
Thanks. I've added this to jira and already committed the fix for the
upcoming 2.2 release planned for late July.
Also found a problem with vcl.sql. In image table you have:
(7, 'vmwarewinxp-base7-v1', 'No Apps (WinXP vmware)', 1, 1, 16, NULL, 512, 1,
1024, 100, NULL, 5, 0, 0, '2007-04-04 09:45:38', 1, 0, 'vcl', 3244),
While in imagerevision table:
(7, 7, 0, 1, '2007-04-03 11:24:12', 0, 1, NULL, 'vmwarewinxp-base7-v0'),
Imagerevision record should be changed to vmwarewinxp-base7-v1, that's the name
used in all tutorials, otherwise it will always look for vmwarewinxp-base7-v0
in management node.
Also I noticed that documentation for provisioning modules is not finished
On 2010.06.21, at 20:16, Josh Thompson wrote:
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I've never set up the VCL standalone environment. Unfortunately, the Apache
VCL community is still pretty small; so, I don't know if we'll end up having
enough time to help you debug this or not. Maybe someone else with experience
with it will have some time to help.
If you do get it working, it would be great if you could update the
instructions on the wiki page. You just need to create an account and start
On Wednesday 09 June 2010 2:47:16 pm David Abdurachmanov wrote:
Okay, I am following
a) Step "Configure the VM host profile:" is not possible. To manage virtual
hosts you must change computer state to "vmhostinuse". Otherwise you get
this message after pressing "Virtual Hosts":
You do not have access to manage any existing virtual hosts.
To create a new Virtual Host, change the state of a computer to
'vmhostinuse' under Manage Computers->Computer Utilities.
The next step is to change localvmhost to "vmhostinuse" state, but by using
database, which does not enable Virtual Host. Only by assinging localvmhost
to "vmhostinuse" using web tools, enabled Virtual Host.
b) Very little information in last step (privileges tree). First of all
there are no such resource group as "all vm guest images", even if it would
be created what should be assigned to it? What kind of permissions should
be given, mostly possible, all?
c) What about images location? I have running DB, Web, VCLD. All running
fine. I can connect to VMWare Windows XP via ssh, vcl.key was generated
fine. As I understand I should put somwhere VMWare image files that VCLD
could find them, don't I? (Using VMWare Server GSX 1.0.X)
d) Don't know if this is a bug, but I can't change computers IP via web. It
always returns old IP after change.
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