Thanks for your quick answers. I checked the image options and compared with
vmguests, everything look fine to me. The system worked just fine before, and I
just found the problem today. None of images works now. Even when I change the
status of a vmguest to maintenance, it fails:
The following computers currently have reservations on them but no functional
management node was found for them. Nothing will be done with them at this
However, there is no reservations at all on the system. Any other suggestions?
From: Alexander Patterson [alexander.patter...@csueastbay.edu]
Sent: Monday, October 31, 2011 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: Reservation/reload errors
Hello Huang Lei,
Go to Manage Images
Then Click on Edit of whatever image you are having this issue with
Click on advanced Options
Make sure that Available for checkout is listed and the Machines RAM
CPU speed match the VM's numbers that you have in your pool
1.5ghz of ram
100mbps network card
I have machines with the same spec that can be loaded on this.
Also check the Maximum concurrent users is not capped?
Selection not currently available
Means there are no computers with whatever spec ready to be loaded on
so it's not available.
You should have a vmguest-5 in your manage Computer
Click on Manage Computer, then Edit Computer Information
Click on vmguest-5 click on EDIT
Make sure your information is correct and will work with the same
spec's your image is.
Hope this helps
When you see
On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 2:19 PM, Huang,Lei <lhu...@pvamu.edu> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Our VCL stops working when I try to reserve any images. It always says that
> "Selection not currently available" all images.
> I see that all computers and vmguests are available, and I can log into
> these nodes too. When I try to reload an image for a vmguest, there is the
> following error message:
> No functional management node was found for the following computers. They
> could not be reloaded at this time:
> I don't see anything special in the log file either. I wonder if anyone has
> seen this problem before, and how to reset the system.
> Lei Huang
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