Ran into this issue recently when deploying Junos Space. The OVA was taking forever to transfer to my ESXi host and was unable to fully transfer without error. So I unpacked the OVA into it’s constituent VMX and VMDK and transferred those to the host over scp. Using vim-cmd, I registered the VM successfully but stumbled upon the error in… Read more →
Error: – Virtual machine has 8,194 megabytes of memory, which is outside the range of 4 to 3,600 megabytes supported on the host. This may be a general limitation of the host software, or specific to the guest OS selected for the virtual machine.
Ran into this little gem tonight when trying to unpack an OVA into a VMX and VMDK (the why will be for a later post!). So, here’s the fix (for ovftool 3.5 anyway): Open the file ovftool-hw4-config-option.xml in your favorite text editor. This file is found in the application’s env directory. Once opened, do a search for 3600, which should appear… Read more →
After much teeth gnashing and colorful language directed at this server, I was finally able to successfully install vSphere 5.1 on a new DL360e. I won’t cover ALL of my failures, but will offer up the end game and the main points of failure. Problem 1 – active iLO Ethernet connection HP forces use of their proprietary iLO system (at… Read more →