[CentOS-virt] VMWare 4.1 and CentOS

Drew Kollasch drew at theslcompshop.com
Sun Oct 24 17:47:08 EDT 2010

Well, thanks for the quick reply.
Yea, I share your concerns w/ asterisk in a virtual environment as well,
however, the only OS that I have had an issue running is anything CentOS
based. I have Ubuntu, gentoo, and m$ products running perfectly fine on the
machine, right now.
Honestly, I can't afford to plunk down the cash to VMWare so, if I can't
figure out the issue, I will be forced to just not use anything CentOS
For now, I just grabbed another random PC and installed my asterisknow
server on it.

On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 4:20 PM, Joseph L. Casale <jcasale at activenetwerx.com
> wrote:

> >Is there any known issues when trying to run CentOS (x86 or x64) on a
> fresh install of vmware 4.1?
> >Details as to why I am asking are here in the CentOS forums:
> https://www.centos.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?viewmode=flat&order=DESC&topic_id=28521&forum=39
> Vmware, no. I have been using it for many release including yours for some
> time
> and I only use x64. The only difference is the hardware, that's a newer box
> than
> I have at any location and its amd, mine are all Intel. ESXi doesn't
> emulate a
> consistent proc, it passes it in. If the underlying hardware is problematic
> so is the
> vm. I didn't bother to check, but I would assume that platform is supported
> for RHEL
> 5 but possibly the combination is bad.
> My only two suggestions:
> 1. I wouldn't run asterisk in a vm if my life depended on it, tried many
> times and
> it always came around sooner or later to remind me it didn't want that
> malarkey.
> 2. Slap your 299.00 down on a single incidence at vmware, you'll almost
> feel ripped
> off on how fast you will likely get the right answer. That's a big company
> dealing w/
> very elaborate and large setups, someone will have been there and done
> that, I can
> assure you.
> Email back your reso, I am curious to know.
> jlc
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Drew Kollasch
drew at theslcompshop.com
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