For some reason the OS module for the image being loaded is showing as
VCL::Module::Provisioning::libvirt. Check which module
centos5image-kvmlinuxv4105-v0 is configured to use in the database:
image.OSid --> OS.moduleid --> module.perlpackagepath
On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 11:24 AM, Dmitri Chebotarov <dcheb...@gmu.edu> wrote:
> I did 'svn up' and ran install_perl_libs.pl as well.
> While trying to make reservation still getting an error. Attached is
> reservation log.
> I'll try to trace the error, if you see something what causes it, please let
> me know.
> I'll try to capture image with new code little later today and will let you
> know if it fails.
> Dmitri Chebotarov
> Virtual Computing Lab Systems Engineer, TSD - Ent Servers & Messaging
> 223 Aquia Building, Ffx, MSN: 1B5
> Phone: (703) 993-6175
> Fax: (703) 993-3404
> On Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at 10:38 , Andy Kurth wrote:
>> There were some definite bugs which I hopefully corrected with the
>> commit from this morning. Be sure to use the latest code from trunk.
>> Also, you'll need to run install_perl_libs.pl (http://install_perl_libs.pl)
>> Regarding KVM installation/configuration, I have mainly been working
>> off of Fedora 16. The version of KVM included with Fedora 16 seems
>> more stable than Red Hat or CentOS 6.x. The code should work under
>> these OS's but automatic conversion of existing ESXi images to
>> KVM-compatible qcow2 images probably won't work. The version of
>> qemu-img included with Fedora 16 is able to do the conversion
>> correctly. The versions included with Red Had and CentOS do not.
>> Regarding image conversion, you should be able load an existing vmdk
>> ESXi image on KVM if the image resides in the repository path. The
>> code should copy it to the datastore in the format specified for the
>> image type in the VM profile for your KVM host. Be sure to set this
>> to qcow2.
>> I fixed some bugs which caused base image creation to fail in the
>> commit this morning. Please try this out.
>> I started the following page which describes which components to
>> install and how to configure networking and storage:
>> On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 5:02 PM, Dmitri Chebotarov <dcheb...@gmu.edu
>> (mailto:dcheb...@gmu.edu)> wrote:
>> > Hi
>> > Has anyone tried Libvirt in 2.3 RC3?
>> > I've updated VCL 2.2.1 to VCL 2.3 and cannot get Libvirt working.
>> > I've made some adjustments and able to successfully capture an image, but
>> > cannot make reservation based on the image.
>> > I'm using CentOS 6.2 with KVM as VM host (yum groupinstall Virtualization
>> > 'Virtualization Client' 'Virtualization Platform' 'Virtualization Tools').
>> > If Libvirt is working for you, could you please share your configuration
>> > (ie. VM host version and packages, VCL computer configuration, etc) ?
>> > --
>> > Thank you,
>> > Dmitri Chebotarov
>> > Virtual Computing Lab Systems Engineer, TSD - Ent Servers & Messaging
>> > 223 Aquia Building, Ffx, MSN: 1B5
>> > Phone: (703) 993-6175
>> > Fax: (703) 993-3404