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Automated Windows Image Creation

asked 2015-09-01 19:00:50 +0300

Michael Dickinson gravatar image

I have been able to successfully use the windows-openstack-imaging-tools to build several windows desktop images. However, I tried to recreate the server that I am using to build these from (based on Windows 2012R2) and was unable to do so, every attempt fails with the error:

New-WindowsCloudImage : Exception calling "OpenVirtualDisk" with "1" argument(s): "The system cannot find the file specified" At C:\Users\Cloud\Desktop\windows-openstack-imaging-tools-master\createImage - win81.ps1:43 char:1 + New-WindowsCloudImage -WimFilePath $wimFilePath -ImageName $image.ImageName ` + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [New-WindowsCloudImage], MethodInvocationException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Win32Exception,New-WindowsCloudImage

The VHD exists, but never gets converted to a raw image file. Adding breakpoints and write-output statements in at various stages of the try/finally statement in WinImageBuilder.psm1, it seems that the error is thrown after the virtual disk is detached, and the final 'conversion' if statement never gets run. I cannot see any code that is actually calling the OpenVirtualDisk cmdlet.

This issue has already been reported on the github repo issues section: https://github.com/cloudbase/windows-...

I am confused as to why this works on one server, but not another (it even fails after cloning the original server!). Any insight or help would be greatly appreciated.

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answered 2015-09-01 21:19:07 +0300

ader1990 gravatar image

updated 2015-09-02 05:10:36 +0300

Hello,

The current windows-imaging-tools version has been tested with virtio drivers version lower than 0.1.8x. In case you are using an ISO with virtio drivers version higher then 01.8x: the issue is with the VirtIO driver ISOes, because since version 0.1.9x, the ISO has a different folder structure than the previous versions, leading to that error. I will submit asap a commit to handle this new scenario.

Thank you.

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This branch adds support for the new virtio ISO folder structure, version higher than 0.1.8x: https://github.com/ader1990/windows-openstack-imaging-tools/tree/fix-virtio-iso

ader1990 gravatar imageader1990 ( 2015-09-02 05:08:03 +0300 )edit

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