This is the second installment where we will cover how to deploy an operating system and setup some VMs on your cluster. Welcome back to the installing and configuring your Nutanix CE cluster on Intel NUCs.Sep 19 jsrh libvirtd: 2017-09-19 .097 0000: 30708: info : libvirt version: 3.7.0, package: 1.el7 (Unknown, 2017-09-06-, js Sep 19 jsrh libvirtd: 2017-09-19 .097 0000: 30708: info : hostname: jsrh Sep 19 jsrh libvirtd: 2017-09-19 .097 0000: 30708: error : daemon Setup Networking:502 : unsupported configuration: No server certif Sep 19 jsrh systemd: libvirtd.service: main process exited, code=exited, status=6/NOTCONFIGURED Sep 19 jsrh systemd: Failed to start Virtualization daemon.
You can also download the Microsoft ISOs from the Tech Net Evaluation Center by clicking here.
NOTE: The Tech Net Evaluation Center gives you 180 days on servers and 90 days for desktop. Step 2: Upload ISOs to your Nutanix CE cluster Now that you have downloaded your ISOs, upload them to your Nutanix CE cluster using Image Configuration, which allows you to build an image store. You can use it to create a CD-ROM from an ISO image or an operating system disk from a disk image - during the VM creation process.
File names in parentheses are symbolic names to describe XML documents parsed from memory, and do not directly correspond to files on disk.
File names that are not contained in parentheses are local files that reside on the target of the connection.
Although disk images are not transferred during migration, they need to remain accessible at the same path by both hosts.
It is not possible to export a local directory from one host using NFS and mount it at the same path on another host — the directory used for storing disk images must be mounted from shared storage on both hosts.If the guest network interface is connecting to a bridge device that has STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) enabled, as well as a long forward delay set, the bridge will not forward network packets from the guest virtual machine onto the bridge until at least that number of forward delay seconds have elapsed since the guest connected to the bridge.This delay allows the bridge time to watch traffic from the interface and determine the MAC addresses behind it, and prevent forwarding loops in the network topology.Check /var/log/messages or run without --daemon for more info.* start-stop-daemon: failed to start `/usr/sbin/libvirtd' [ !!to create an isolated network, and create a second interface for each guest virtual machine that is connected to this network.