Yes  Is this what your looking for:

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.


On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 10:26 AM, Mark Gardner <> wrote:
> Thanks Aaron.
> On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 9:59 AM, Aaron Peeler <> 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

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