Make sure you have a record in the "module" table for the module "VCL::Module::Provisioning::vbox". Check "OSinstalltype" for a "vbox" record and be sure the "installtype" filed in the "OS" table is set to "vbox" for the OS id associated with the image. Also check that you have "vbox" in the "vmtype" table, and be sure it is associated with the the record in the "vmprofile" table. in the "computer" table "provisioningid" should reference a record in the "provisioning" table with the name "vbox" and the "moduleid" of the record in the "module" table above.
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 7:50 PM, Pablo J Rebollo Sosa <pablo.rebo...@upr.edu>wrote: > The web code, management, DB and the virtualbox are running on the > same computer. The purpose of this effort is to get familiar with the > technology. Later I will use separate servers for the tests. > > Pablo > > --- > Server OS: Ubuntu 10.4 - 64bits > Virtualization software: VirtualBox 4.1.6 with VDE switches > VCL Code: subversion revision 1209323 > > On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 4:25 PM, Dmitri Chebotarov <4dim...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > Hi > > > > Are you running Web server and VCLD/mysql on different servers? > > I had the same problem when I split web front-end server and vcld/mysql > server on two different machines and time was out-of-sync between servers. > After I used ntpd to sync time, I was able to make reservation. > > > > Thanks. > > > > On Dec 1, 2011, at 15:05 , Pablo J. Rebollo-Sosa wrote: > > > >> I'm able to get the image done by following the VMWare directions. Now > I'm stuck when trying to do a reservation. The following message appears: > >> > >> The time you have requested to use the environment is not available. > >> You may select from the green blocks of time to select an available > >> time slot to make a reservation. > >> > >> All the time blocks are green but there is no way to reserve the > resource. > >> > >> Any suggestion? > >> > >> Pablo > >> > >> On 11/8/11 7:20 PM, David Hutchins wrote: > >>> Follow the same directions as the VMWare setup as far as installing OS > and software. Easiest way I have found, is to just create the image using > vbox on your desktop. Create it with two network interfaces. The VCL module > only needs the vdi file, as the machine configuration is generated during > provisioning. > >>> > >>> On Nov 7, 2011 2:06 PM, "Pablo J. Rebollo-Sosa" <pablo.rebo...@upr.edu> > wrote: > >>> I'm trying to setup a VCL demo using Virtualbox. From the > documentation it is not clear how to do that. I'm stuck in how to create > an image using Virtualbox. I would appreciate any help regards to > Virtualbox and VCL. > >>> > >>> Pablo > >> > > > > > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > > > > iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJO1+LFAAoJEDBNySRmLs4GS6YIAOSticUtG5CTcgGxxfl58Vx2 > > MIj+1CQQb5HvRT7Ph+m3IeCs4osJCey5iL74srEXjlRU6tOuMyERhj5WyxMkiTif > > FmFtRyJw1cnYd5g7ISUuJQlHIDjc/GG2dwuNk/03fbTYPB0HXSPXi4rHfkubvWBk > > /7jD+LOyf3+cN0O4kipUE82PAcHEBx27Rqdn0bHFQmbsFcdZGNDNb6JuJeZgLiMi > > 5m2P+/7EbhWATO3HOdZLbiqhp4uFBd0t12HnzZ6oX6IPQCNTdnEv/eGFYKLgfaNL > > 0MECeFSOxXwC58uQMU/7O8ofcz3z8xNR0vIgFm4QWqHz3GQVwKav44mjT3nTwrQ= > > =kgQc > > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > > >