[Spce-user] New Community Install
mprokop at sipwise.com
Thu Nov 5 09:13:28 EST 2015
is there any chance you might share the fix with us?
If we could integrate the proper configuration into our underlying
vmware.vmx configuration then we might be able to properly support
newer VMWare environments out of the box too.
* Serge S. Yuriev [Thu Nov 05, 2015 at 04:24:19PM +0300]:
> We started from VMWare image few versions ago (3.6 or so) and also
> got some kind of unsupported error but our devops was able to handle
> After fixing diskimage system working correctly w/default limits.
> On 04/11/15 18:50, Atlanta Man wrote:
> >Hi Alex,
> >Thanks for your response.
> >I did try the VMWare Image first, actually. First I added it to
> >the inventory using the .vmx file. When I tried starting it
> >reported an unsupported disk file definition. Then I created a new
> >machine using the disk drive. (several attempts). The system
> >would abort for reasons I have not been able to determine. One
> >issue is my VM environment does not have a DHCP server defined. I
> >set the IP statically after the system starts. I then enter
> >commands to stop the firewall. After that the system aborts. I'm
> >On Wednesday, November 4, 2015 9:53 AM, Henry L. Jones
> ><henryjones at axxtel.com> wrote:
> >Hi Michael,
> >Thanks for your response.
> >I am running VMWare ESXi 6.0.0 on a Dell PowerEdge R710 server.
> >The new VM for SIPWise was defined as2 cpus with 2
> >cores, 2 gb memory, 2 NIC cards, Debian x64 with 60gb hard drive.
> >The drive was defined new and not initialized. The ISO was
> >installed on a fresh VM. I used the LSI Logic Parallel SCSI
> >controller for the virtual disk.
> >On Wed, Nov 4, 2015 at 8:22 AM, Michael Prokop <mprokop at sipwise.com
> ><mailto:mprokop at sipwise.com>> wrote:
> > * Henry L. Jones [Tue Nov 03, 2015 at 12:22:25PM -0500]:
> > > Is anyone having issues when installing SipWise from the iso? I
> > have tried
> > > versions 4.1.1 and 3.8.3. In both instances the installation
> > completes
> > > successfully and the system reboots. After the reboot the system
> > reports a
> > > grub error.
> > > Error: fd0 read error
> > > Error: no such disk
> > > Entering rescue mode ...
> > > grub rescue>
> > > When I enter a set I get:
> > > prefix=(ngcp-root)/boot/grub
> > > root=ngcp-root
> > > When I enter ls I get:
> > > (hd0) (fd0)
> > You should also see (hd0,msdos1) + (ngcp-root).
> > > I am installing on a VM environment with a definition of 2 cpus
> > with 2
> > > cores, 2 gb memory, 2 NIC cards, Debian x64 with 60gb hard drive.
> > What virtual environment is that? And what type of disks/controller
> > is in use for the hard drive? Was there something else installed
> > previously on those disks?
> Serge S. Yuriev
> Lead VoIP engineer
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> Spce-user at lists.sipwise.com
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