This sounds like it may be a problem with the database. I don't think
the Perl components have anything to do with what you're describing.
Also, it sounds like the web components are working correctly because
you can map image groups to computer groups.
My first guess would be that there is a problem with the corresponding
resource table entry for the image you're trying to map. Please provide
The name of the image you're trying to map and the following output:
select * from image;
select * from imagerevision;
select * from resource;
select * from resourcegroup;
select * from resourcegroupmembers;
select * from resourcemap;
On 11/30/2010 6:53 PM, Nikhil Talpallikar wrote:
I actually did perform this step (installing perl lib). I was successful
in getting the VCL installation done. I could add new resource groups,
new images (via phpmyadmin) and map image groups to computer groups.
Only when I try to map images to image groups the process stalls and no
mapping is done.
My understanding is that if I can update the database and get the web
gui of VCL, there is no issue of version dependencies. Correct me if I
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 3:14 PM, Aaron Peeler <aaron_pee...@ncsu.edu
You'll also need the mysql-client rpm and perl libraries.
There is a script in the vcl/bin directory called install_perl_libs
that should take care of the required perl modules for you.
On 11/30/10 2:02 PM, Nikhil Talpallikar wrote:
I am new to this list, so I do not know whether this question
should go to VCL dev or VCL user list.
I am trying to build a standalone VCL sandbox. I am using the
following versions. Please let me know if there should be an
incompatibility issue with the version numbers.
VMware Server 1.0
installed guest OS : CentOS-5.5-i386
[r...@bn17-4 nvtalpal]# rpm -qa | grep mysql
[r...@bn17-4 nvtalpal]# rpm -qa | grep php
[r...@bn17-4 nvtalpal]# rpm -qa | grep VMware
Thanks and Regards,
Virtual Computing Lab
NC State University