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RE: [Linux-cluster] help reqd. - VMware ESX 3.5 fencing



Title: RE: [Linux-cluster] help reqd. - VMware ESX 3.5 fencing

Hello Brian,

I had also faced the same problem. Just change the line no 45 in your script. The original line is <use VMware::VIM2Runtime>. Make it to

<use VMware::VIRuntime;> After changing this it worked fine for me and hopes it will also solve your compilation aborted problem.

Chris,

Thanks for giving your precious time on debugging the problem, which I had reported without coping the Apputil directory.

Thanks and Regards,

Santosh

-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Brian Kroth
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 4:15 AM
To: chris barry
Cc: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] help reqd. - VMware ESX 3.5 fencing

More perl questions:

$ echo -e "server=vmware\nvmname=gfstest3\nusername=fencer\npassword=fencerpw\noperation=reset" | /sbin/fence_vi3

The component 'privilegeList' has already been installed in class -->AuthorizationManager<-- as a HASH(0x1f779834)

  (this time a scalar)

 at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/i686-linux/Class/MethodMaker.pm line 20

BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/VMware/VIM25Runtime.pm line 17, <> line 6.

Compilation failed in require at (eval 27) line 3, <> line 6.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Brian

chris barry <Christopher Barry qlogic com> 2008-02-26 17:30:

> Read the top section of the script itself. I explain that the install

> script of viperltoolkit does not install the AppUtil directory with the

> rest of itself in your particular site_perl dir.

>

> do a

> $ locate site_perl

> to see where on your system has your site_perl director(y|ies), and look

> in each one to find the other vmware module dirs (includes) listed in

> the top of the script. Then copy the AppUtil dir (from the viperltoolkit

> source) into the same site_perl as the rest, and at the same level.

>

> e.g.

> ...site_perl

>        |-AppUtil

>        |-VMware

>        `-other stuff

>

>

> Once the AppUtil dir is present in the right location, it should work

> ok. I had to figure this out the hard way. ;)

>

>

> Good Luck,

> -C


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