I've been trying to follow David Bombals video to upload and use custom Windows 10 images to the CML2 lab environment.
Everything went just fine until I tried to create the new Image Definition, after hitting create it returned an error stating it was unable to create it and thats it. The uploaded image is gone from the browser and I can see in the browser the file is still present on the CML server, as the storage used is still the same after uploading.
So the steps I followed to this point were:
- Download Win10 Dev VM;
- Converted to qcow2 image;
- Upload the image with scp to the server;
- Created a Node Definition;
- Tried to create a Image Definition which fails stating its unable to.
After this, the uploaded image disappears in the browser under the tab Uploaded Images. Restarting the browser or the server for that matter doesn't bring it back.
So I basically have 2 questions:
1. Did anybody encounter this before and how did you manage to fix this?
2. Where can I find those uploaded images on the CML server, as I would like to remove these but I can't find them at the moment.
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