[Spce-user] New Community Install
axxtel_man at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 5 10:34:51 EST 2015
I will give it a try and report back if I have success.
On Thursday, November 5, 2015 9:56 AM, Serge S. Yuriev <me at nevian.org> wrote:
Sorry I don't know what it was exactly :(
IIRC something like unsupported diskimage version
And our team didn't remember either..
On 05/11/15 17:13, Michael Prokop wrote:
> 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
>>> > 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.
Serge S. Yuriev
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