It depends. I don't recall if the image capture request out right fails and gets removed when vm-1 is in maintenance mode or not.
To check you can use mysql and run select * from request; If there is a request listed in maintenance state (statid=10) then you could change the stateid back to image (stateid=16) Or you can use vcld --setup again and give it a different image name. (This is the easiest path and what I would recommend.) Aaron On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 12:11 PM, Mark Gardner <m...@vt.edu> wrote: > On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 10:49 AM, Aaron Peeler <aaron_pee...@ncsu.edu> wrote: >> >> 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 > > I corrected that and started the image capture with vcld --setup. It stopped > because I had forgotten to put vm-1 into /etc/hosts. I have fixed it but now > vcld --setup complains "ERROR: failed to insert into image table" and won't > continue. It seems like data that got entered into the database needs to be > removed. Do I jump into mysql or is there a better way? > 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.