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Foundation fails during pre-checks on SuperServer 6029TP-HTR

  • 10 November 2018
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Hi all,
i'm trying to do foundation on my Superserver 6029TP-HTR.

Foundation: 4.2.1
NOS: 5.5.7

Connectivity between IPMI node and Foundation VM is ok. I'm trying to install inserting each IPMI IP user/pwd.
Installation starts correctly, each node starts with Phoenix image but at 44% fails during pre-install sanity tests
This is the debug.log's output:
code:
20181110 09:17:42 INFO Node with ip 192.168.7.21 is in phoenix. Generating hardware_config.json
20181110 09:17:45 ERROR Command '/usr/bin/python /phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py local hardware_attributes_override=\{\"minimal\_compute\_node\"\:false\}' returned error code 1
stdout:

stderr:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 206, in
write_layout("hardware_config.json", 1)
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 176, in write_layout
top = get_layout(node_position)
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 139, in get_layout
system_info_override, use_legacy=use_legacy)
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 64, in _find_model_match
raise NoMatchingModule()
__main__.NoMatchingModule: Unable to match system information to layout module

20181110 09:17:45 ERROR Failed to generate hardware_config.json. Error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 206, in
write_layout("hardware_config.json", 1)
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 176, in write_layout
top = get_layout(node_position)
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 139, in get_layout
system_info_override, use_legacy=use_legacy)
File "/phoenix/layout/layout_finder.py", line 64, in _find_model_match
raise NoMatchingModule()
__main__.NoMatchingModule: Unable to match system information to layout module

20181110 09:18:01 ERROR Exception in ) @c690>
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "foundation/decorators.py", line 76, in wrap_method
File "foundation/imaging_step_pre_install.py", line 333, in run
StandardError: Couldn't figure out what platform 192.168.7.21 is. Either foundation can't reach it over the network or the system doesn't match foundation's expectations. log/node_192.168.7.21.manifest contains more diagnostic information.
20181110 09:18:01 ERROR Exception in running ) @c690>
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "foundation/imaging_step.py", line 158, in _run
File "foundation/decorators.py", line 76, in wrap_method
File "foundation/imaging_step_pre_install.py", line 333, in run
StandardError: Couldn't figure out what platform 192.168.7.21 is. Either foundation can't reach it over the network or the system doesn't match foundation's expectations. log/node_192.168.7.21.manifest contains more diagnostic information.
20181110 09:18:01 WARNING Skipping ) @c790> because dependencies not met, failed tasks: [) @c690>]
20181110 09:18:02 WARNING Skipping ) @c890> because dependencies not met, failed tasks: [) @c690>]


Any advices?

Thank you all
Daniele
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Best answer by virtualdennis 16 November 2018, 00:06

Are you running CE (Community Edition)? Foundation is only for the commercial edition..
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Are you running CE (Community Edition)? Foundation is only for the commercial edition..
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I was trying to install "standard edition" with starter license. Now i installed CE and all working fine!
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Hi

Some online educators are spreading wrong procedure and mistakes of Udemy Online Courses (Nutanix Hyperconverged Infrastructure Training). What should we learners follow? How can we know which is right? He is also showing the demonstration with Nutanix CE. What is your opinion about this?

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