My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

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Re: My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

Post by omniff » 22 Dec 2011 05:32

I installed on esx VM with changing ethernet MAC address as same as our customer's server to use their license. I have only one customer using MTW and i did it for have a lab in office to answering their sevice requests remotely. It works fine but as i said it's only for lab. No idea how it is work in real performance.

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Re: My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

Post by au190 » 18 Apr 2013 03:51

Hi I tested on VM, the shareing is not working, you can not install VM on VM for shearing.

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Re: My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

Post by patmul39 » 24 Sep 2013 14:09

I have a dell 380GS in my lab running ESXi 5.1.0 and I'm trying to install TW purely for testing purposes but it's getting stuck in the "running post-install scritps" sequence. Anyone cares to share if they have managed to install it and what virtual machine settings were used to get it to work? I know i won't have document conversion but that's accepted.

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Post by cavagnaro » 24 Sep 2013 15:15

Not possible as drivers on the DVD are hw specific. Not for VM.

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Re: My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

Post by patmul39 » 24 Sep 2013 15:39

Damn!
Thanks for the reply Cav.
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Post by alex » 25 Sep 2013 03:13

Never tried it in VMware but I have MTW 7.1.4.b installed and running in Sun's (now Oracle) VirtualBox.
Customer installed a production system on his own risk in WMware without problems.
Which version you want to install?
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Post by cavagnaro » 25 Sep 2013 04:31

Really? I never tried on Sun... main difference is the type of HD used on the guest machines... guess you gave a test point to play with ;)


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Re: My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

Post by patmul39 » 25 Sep 2013 11:42

Thanks for the reply alex.
I'm trying to install TW 6.7.3 (9.1.0.6586) onto VMware ESXi 5.1.0. It starts but hangs on the "running post-install scripts" section. I have tried it a few times and changed virtual machine settings but have not succeeded going past the scripts.
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Post by cavagnaro » 25 Sep 2013 12:24

Haven't tried but as said main difference is HD type. Try using IDE instead of SCSI and see what happens.

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Re: My TeamWork in a Virtual Host

Post by alex » 26 Sep 2013 17:14

patmul39 wrote: It starts but hangs on the "running post-install scripts" section. I have tried it a few times and changed virtual machine settings but have not succeeded going past the scripts.
How long did you wait?
Because "running post-install scripts" could take up to 20-30 minutes on slow servers.
Also I tried to install 9.1.0.6586 on VirtualBox 4.2.12 on my Windows 7 64-bit PC as Red Hat Linux 64-bit, 200 GB HD, 4 GB RAM) and have it installed without any problem. The installation took about 20 minutes.
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