Centos 5.4 + vmware server 2.0.2

Discussion in 'Technical' started by mariuscotan, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. mariuscotan

    mariuscotan New Member

    Hi,

    i have a centos 5.4 server with vmware server 2.0.2 installed on il. I am running two virtual machines on it: Microsoft windows xp pro sp3 and Centos 5.4 (both 32 bits).

    I the last time, my virtual machines are stopped automaticaly, for example: i start both vm's in the evening, and in the morning they are powered down.
    Often happens that vmware-mngm service is not accesible, i'm trying to acces it on browser but is not accesible. After i restart vmware-mngm service, it is working, but aflte a few operations with virtual machines, it gives me an error and stop responding again.

    What should i do to solve this problem?


    Thank you
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Any errors in your logs?
    Did you switch off SELinux?
     
  3. mariuscotan

    mariuscotan New Member

    Selinux is disabled

    After i log in vmware server panel i receive this error:

    after restarting vmware-mgmt i can log in. I have atached the log files
     

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    Last edited: Jan 31, 2010
  4. mariuscotan

    mariuscotan New Member

    Any ideea?
     
  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Unfortunately not... :(
     
  6. cyberbot

    cyberbot New Member

    i have the same problem,
    seems problem in vmware server 2 0 2
    the solution is downgrand your kernel devel
     
  7. techdruid

    techdruid New Member

    Downgrade glibc to fix

    I was having this problem for a couple of days. Wasted many hours trying to figure out what the problem was.

    Apparently, the glibc libraries that come with CentOS 5.4 cause the vmware-hostd process to crash. It's a known issue. You have to downgrade your glibc libraries to those from CentOS 5.3.

    Here are the details of how I fixed the problem, along with a link to the bug as reported on a the bugs.CentOS.org site.

    http://www.techdruid.com/index.php/component/content/article/40-vps/69-vmware-202-centos-54-unstable
     

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