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Here is a list of things to check from a previous thread (some already 

- -image is in an image group 
- -image group is mapped to a computer group 
- -computer group contains computers in the "available" state 
- -you have an active management node (it is updating lastcheckin in the 
management node table) 
- -management node is in a management node group 
- -management node group maps to a computer group containing specified computer 
from above 
- -schedule for computer is available during the selected time 
- -platform for image matches platform of computer 
- -privileges set up in Privileges section of site to allow you to access image 
and computer 
- -specs of image (min RAM, min CPU speed, etc) are at or less than specs of 
- -no other entries in the reservation table for the computer that overlap with 
the selected time period

If you are familiar with php, you can trace through the isAvailable function 
in utils.php to see where it is returning.


On Wednesday, July 11, 2012 1:51:17 PM William Robinson wrote:
> the image is loaded on a vm (though it is not currently powered on) and it
> is associated with a virtual host. i have checked the specs of the
> computers and of the images.  i did notice, however, that the advanced
> options of the image seem to revert back to default after pressing "confirm
> changes".  this is what led me to think that it may be a problem with the
> image.
> will
> On 07/11/2012 01:43 PM, Michael Jinks wrote:
> > Mistake we often make: Is the image loaded on at least one virtual
> > computer, and is that computer associated with a virtual host in the
> > list on the Virtual Hosts page?
> > 
> > On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 01:29:28PM -0400, William Robinson wrote:
> >> hello all,
> >> 
> >> i've successfully created a base image and have its privileges configured
> >> for base users.  i'm trying to create a reservation, but vcl always says
> >> the requested time is not available even though there are no other
> >> reservations configured and the time grid is entirely green.  could this
> >> be an issue with the image itself?  log doesn't seem to indicate where
> >> the problem may lie. TIA.
> >> 
> >> 
> >> 
> >> will
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