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2018-07-27 19:06:09 +0200 asked a question Windows : from evaluation to licensed

Windows : from evaluation to licensed Hi all, we have a cloud infrastructure (Red Hat OpenStack Platform) and we downlo

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Windows : from evaluation to licensed Hi all, we have a cloud infrastructure (Red Hat OpenStack Platform) and we downlo

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2016-05-20 12:43:56 +0200 commented answer Win2012 boot error on Openstack in Vmware env

Thanks Adrian, it worked and Windows Server started successfully. While restarting preexisting Linux instances instead, we experienced kernel panic error. We need to recreate them from images. Is it normal due to the virt_type change?

2016-05-19 18:04:52 +0200 commented answer Win2012 boot error on Openstack in Vmware env

Hi Adrian, thanks a lot. It seems clear, I'll try it. Just to be sure: I have 3 virtual machine running on Esxi (1 controller and 2 compute nodes), should I repeat this procedure you explained on each Linux machine? Or only for compute nodes?

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2016-05-19 14:26:51 +0200 asked a question Win2012 boot error on Openstack in Vmware env

I have Openstack (1 controller and 2 computes) installed in 3 VM on Vmware ESXI environment, only for testing purposes. On this nodes, virt-what gives "vmware". Linux instances start successfully, but no luck with Windows.

I downloaded the Eval KVM version of Windows Server 2012 made by Cloudbase and uploaded it in glance using the following, as suggested on your website: glance image-create --property hypervisortype=qemu --name "Windows Server 2012 R2 Std Eval" --container-format bare --disk-format qcow2 < /path/windowsserver2012r2standardevalkvm20151021.qcow2 .

When I launch the instance and open the Console, I get status 0xc0000001. I read a lot about that but I cannot find a solution which fits for me. I would like to know if the problem is related to this specific vmware environment, because the image is for KVM and not vmware virtualization.

In compute /etc/nova/nova.conf I have virt_type=qemu, If I change it in "kvm" even Linux instances don't start anymore.

Thanks a lot for any advice!