I tried to install cm 6 on free verion of vmware esxi 3.5. Near the end of installation I got "../base_scripts/pmNormalizeGeneric /tmp/ipmWorkFile threshold timeout" error.
Do you have any idea?
Can you share how you configured your guest machine?
I would suggest the following specs:
+ Memory: minimum 1GB, suggest 2GB
+ Hard disk: 80GB
+ Guest OS: RHEL3 (32-bit)
Here is what I got:
Mem 2GB, CPU 2, HDD 100GB, RHEL3(32-bit)
First part of installation was smooth, after system was automatically rebooted and got the error while "application" was being installed.
I gave up on 6. I was able to install 7 successfully with same vm settings.
Didn't have much time to try 6 again. Even with 7, I had a few fail attempts.
I though mine was DNS issue.
Tnx for the reply. I tried with the 7.0 before 6.0 but didn't work.
Got the same error.
So I am using :
VMware ESX Server 3i
2048 MB memory
80 GB disk
red hat enterprise linux 3 (32-bit)
1 virtual processor
Was this the setup you had when it worked?
I had the same errors ( error = install failed, you will see error code:1024 in system log) and finally figured out the issue. log into the call manager using ssh and if all ccm services failed to start, remove the vmware and create the guest os as windows 2003, also assign an ip address to the call manager during the install process. I used the following set up
memory 3.8 GB, Hard drive= 80 GB. Call manager business edition needs more memory for the unity connection.
Dell Poweredge 1800, 2GB RAM, 2 CPU, 320G HD
VMware ESXi version 3.5 (this is free version)
VM for CUCM 7 is configured with followings:
80GB disk space
Other Linux (32bit)
After a few failed attempts, I did a couple changes:
- setup a dns server
- VM Server NIC setting to full/FD because I saw connection bounce during installation
The whole installation took forever to finish. My vm console went dark after db installation script. I think it took me about 3 hours to finish the installation.
During the installation, system will reboot and run db and other post install scripts as part of the process. You can SSH in during that time and monitor the progress by usng "utils service list" command
Yes. DNS server in the LAB.
All I did was A record for publisher.
Again, I don't really know this fix the issue. Or you should try putting th IP of server when dns info was asked during installation. (I did not try it though)
Follow up. I managed (finally!!!!) to instal 6.1.1 on VM. So at the end it was
Win 2003 server
Installation went OK but I couldn't ping from CCM console my DL. Although all network settings appeared to be OK, I had to retype Gateway and then it worked fine. Restart was necessary afterwards to be able to log into GUI.
Another thing with ESX... Seems that the problem was in the fact that hardware needs two processors to support virtual CCM. As no better explanation was given for my repeated failure, I'll go with this one :)))
Hope this saves somebody some time