Create two new win32 VMs from win2k3sp2-ref-vm

RESOLVED FIXED

Status

RESOLVED FIXED
11 years ago
5 years ago

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(Reporter: joduinn, Unassigned)

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Can you please create a new win32 VM, called moz2-win32-slave2.build.mozilla.org?

Note: while the usual linux VM has three disks 9.7gb/20gb/15gb, can you pls create this new VM with slightly larger 3rd disk of 30gb? ie create 9.7gb/20gb/30gb disks?
Actually, we need two VMs. Can you also create a moz2-win32-slave3.build.mozilla.org same as above?
Summary: Create new win32 VM from win2k3sp2-ref-vm → Create two new win32 VMs from win2k3sp2-ref-vm
Assignee: server-ops → mrz

Updated

11 years ago
Whiteboard: pending bm-vmware03

Comment 2

11 years ago
moz2-win32-slave02      IN A 10.2.71.118
moz2-win32-slave03      IN A 10.2.71.119

Comment 3

11 years ago
Boxes are up on the ESX 3.5 server with updated vmware-tools.  I haven't ever created the extra drives - that's been something you guys have done so I'll leave that for you.  

Create the drives on netapp-d-fcal1.
Assignee: mrz → nobody
Component: Server Operations → Release Engineering
QA Contact: justin → release
For both of these VMs, I've added the additional drives. Each slave now has 9.7gb/20gb/30gb drives, created on netapp-d-fcall. I've also verified that the independent checkbox is unchecked (see details in bug#425291).

mrz: does it look ok, or did I miss anything? Just want to sanity check before we start doing work on these VMs.
Whiteboard: pending bm-vmware03
mrz just gave these a once over, all looked ok. Talked with mrz and nthomas about next steps in terms of setup for NTFS vs FAT32. I've now formatted up both of these machines as follows:
C: NTFS (9.7gb) 
D: NTFS (20gb)
E: FAT32 (30gb)
F: cdrom

Closing this bug. Bug#431755 tracks installing rest of toolchain and buildbot. 
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED

Comment 6

11 years ago
The CDROM really breaks vmotion - do you really need it?  

I ran into quite a few that had an attached ISO that I had to remove before vmotion would work.
(In reply to comment #6)
> The CDROM really breaks vmotion - do you really need it?  
> I ran into quite a few that had an attached ISO that I had to remove before
> vmotion would work.
Nope, no need for CDROM, so feel free to remove if that makes your life easier. 

The cdrom has always been in the refimage historically, but as bhearsum pointed out in email, we can always add it later if we ever find a situation where we need it! 

(Assignee)

Updated

5 years ago
Product: mozilla.org → Release Engineering
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