Yes Is this what your looking for: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/VCL/Create+a+Linux+Base+Image
Also I see vm-1 is in maintenance mode - go to your Virtual Hosts tool on the VCL portal, select the host - click the configure host add vm-1 to esxi-host-1 The image capture process will detect that vm-1 is in maintenance mode and stop the process. Aaron On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 10:26 AM, Mark Gardner <m...@vt.edu> wrote: > Thanks Aaron. > On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 9:59 AM, Aaron Peeler <aaron_pee...@ncsu.edu> wrote: >> >> The first one means you have to have computer nodes and the exsi host >> added to the vcl database. > > I think I have the ESXi host added to the database (through the web GUI). I > also added a VM. They show up in Manage Computers->Computer Utilities as > shown below: > Hostname IP Address State Owner Schedule Current Image > Next Image VM Host > esxi-host-1 <pubIP1> vmhostinuse admin@Local VCL 24x7 No Image > No Image N/A > vm-1 <pubIP2> maintenance admin@Local VCL 24x7 No Image > No Image N/A >> >> The vcld --setup tool pulls the target node and esxi host information >> from the database. >> >> Aaron > > > I think I remembered another detail from the bootcamp. We were supposed to > create an OS installation outside of VCL (in other words not using a > reservation but directly in ESXi). That is the image that is pulled in > through vcld --setup, right? > Mark > -- > Mark Gardner > -- > -- Aaron Peeler Program Manager Virtual Computing Lab NC State University All electronic mail messages in connection with State business which are sent to or received by this account are subject to the NC Public Records Law and may be disclosed to third parties.