That¹s great. Looking forward to the new release.
But how were you able to manage new images before?
Does the problem not exist in other Linux distros ?

Q


On 11/15/11 12:19 PM, "Josh Thompson" <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu> wrote:

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>On Tuesday November 15, 2011, Evelio Quiros wrote:
>> Hello,
>> 
>> I was able to successfully capture a base image.
>> I have added the image to the image group.
>> However, when I try to make a reservation, or create a new image,
>> It eventually fails. I watch the VM server and see that a new VM was
>> started. It does start a new VM with the correct MAC addresses,
>> but Redhat detects these changed MACs as new interfaces, and assigns
>>them
>> to eth2 and eth3. Consequently, they are not brought up, the machine
>>never
>> dhcp's, and the image fails to contact the vcl server.
>> 
>> Should I delete the network persistence rules before capturing the
>>image ?
>
>Exactly - that one has really been a problem for us.  I believe Aaron
>actually 
>committed a change for vcld that will be in 2.3 that automatically
>deletes it 
>at capture time.
>
>Josh
> 
>> Regards,
>> Q
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