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The problem seems to be a dns issue
Nmap cannot find the ip address of 'centos'
> |29595|14:14|image| Failed to resolve given hostname/IP: centos. Note that
> you can't use '/mask' AND '1-4,7,100-' style IP ranges
> |29595|14:14|image| WARNING: No targets were specified, so 0 hosts scanned.
And ssh cannot connect to 'centos' and capture image
> 2010-10-06 13:07:48|29595|14:14|image|OS.pm:is_ssh_responding(416)|centos is
> NOT responding to SSH, ports 22 or 24 are both closed
> |29595|14:14|image| ---- WARNING ----
> |29595|14:14|image| 2010-10-06
> 13:07:48|29595|14:14|image|VMware.pm:capture(403)|unable to capture image, VM
> centos is not responding to SSH
On 10/6/2010 12:45 PM, John Ma wrote:
> I am new to VCL. Having spent two days trying to get VCL2.2 working with
> ESXi4.1 but failed, I decided to ask for help.
> Does anyone have a success story with ESXi4? I am using the licensed
> ESXi and have vSphere SDK for perl 4.1 installed. What I am trying to
> achieve is 1)to capture a generic linux image from one of the vm guests
> and 2) to deploye/load it to multiple guests, all the guest running on
> the same ESXi4.1 host. I think I don't need xCAT, so it's not installed.
> Attached is the script log from one of my attempts to capture image by
> 'vlcd -setup'.
> John Ma
> sys admin
> Marist College
California State University Fullerton
Phone: (657) 278-2256
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