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 fresh install on xenserver 6.2, Cannot login on admin panel (9 Replies, Read 5790 times)
Gysz
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Hi everybody,

I'm new here, sorry for my bad english 
I have trouble with admin panel, I cannot to login to the softaculous virtualizor admin panel with the server root details...

Please anyone can help me to fix it ?

thanks in advance.
Best regards,
Gysz

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jevingala
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Hi,

Are you able to login via ssh?
What was the installation command used to install xenserver (XCP).


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Gysz
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Hi jevingal,

Are you able to login via ssh? ---- No, I manage xenserver via vsphere client.

What was the installation command used to install xenserver (XCP).


./install.sh email=address.mail@mail.com kernel=xenserver lvg=Volume_name repo_size=100

With kernel=xcp I cannot install .. it says, error with repo_size.

       

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asim_shaikh
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Hi jevingal,

Are you able to login via ssh? ---- No, I manage xenserver via vsphere client.

What was the installation command used to install xenserver (XCP).

./install.sh email=address.mail@mail.com kernel=xenserver lvg=Volume_name repo_size=100

With kernel=xcp I cannot install .. it says, error with repo_size.



For installing Xenserver you will need to specify kernel=xcp only, otherwise it will install the default kernel which is OpenVZ.
How much repo_size did you specify ?
Also is there any free space in your VG for creating LVs?



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Gysz
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Hi asim_shaik,

For installing Xenserver you will need to specify kernel=xcp only, otherwise it will install the default kernel which is OpenVZ.


Thanks for this information, I did not know.

How much repo_size did you specify ?  ------------- The same size, 100.

Also is there any free space in your VG for creating LVs? ---------- Look at here.




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Gysz
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Oups.. sorry , I did not find edit button for my reply.
Also is there any free space in your VG for creating LVs? ---------- yes my VG size has 141.99 GB and available 133 GB.
How I can install virtualizor with kernel=xcp ?


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jevingala
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Hi,

You can uninstall Virtualizor :

service virtualizor stop
rm -rf /usr/local/emps
rm -rf /usr/local/virtualizor
rm -rf /var/virtualizor

and then install it with proper command:

./install.sh email=Actual-email-address kernel=xcp lvg=Your-Volume-Group-Name repo_size=100


If you still face any issue then please open a support ticket and we will check and solve the issue:

https://www.softaculous.com/support/






Edited by jevingala : November 18, 2015, 6:06 am

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Gysz
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Hi jevingal,

Thanks for your reply.
I still trouble installing virtualizor with kernel=xcp

It just says, ERROR: Repository size - could not create repository du to following error.




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jevingala
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Hi,

Please open a support ticket so that we can check the issue.
You can open a support :

https://www.softaculous.com/support/

We will fix the issue and let you know the solution too.


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Gysz
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Hi everybody,
Sorry for my bad english :)

I managed to install virtualizor with kernel xcp, so the problem was the vfree space in vg that was full, and the storage type wasn't in lvm. Here is the exchange with softaculous support.

Support:
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Please provide output of below command: vgs

Me:
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Here is output command:
VG                                                                                                            #PV #LV #SN Attr  VSize VFree
XSLocalEXT-87846158-03a3-b2e4-0d8a-b2180476745f          1      0 wz--n- 141,99G    0

So in output command, I see VFree which is marked 0.. but VSize has

141.99G..


Support:
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It seems there is no free space in vg to create repository.

Can you please check if there is any lv created: lvscan

If it doesnt has data, please remove the lv and try reinstalling Virtualizor.


Me:
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the lvscan output command:

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'/dev/XSLocalEXT-87846158-03a3-b2e4-0d8a-b2180476745f/87846158-03a3-b2e4-0d8a-b2180476745f'
[141.99 GB] inherit


the lv hasn't data, I removed and tried reinstall virtualizor but it return the same error regarding REPO_SIZE



ERROR: Repository size - could not create repository du to following error.


Support:
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Sir you are using ext storage but we need lvm storage.

Convert the storage to lvm and carry the installation there will be no such issue.


Me:
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Why you say I'm using external storage?
Oupss..Sorry, I do not have any external storage.

Sorry, I didn't realize that you told me, concerning ext storage. :-)



yes, local storage on xenserver is ext3, I will convert to lvm and try to reinstall virtualizor


Support:
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Sir, convert the storage from ext3 to lvm and then proceed with Virtualizor installation.



If you need any assistance let us know.


Me:
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Hi,

Nice! Thanks! I installed virtualizor with kernel xcp.

I converted the storage ext to lvm and removed the old vg to create a new to install virtualizor.

Thanks a lot!

See you soon ;-)


Support:
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Hi,



Glad to hear that you were able to install :)

Please let us know if you face any issue.



That is! Thank you all!
See you soon!
Have a nice week end!






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