DanielLenz
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AppVolumes 4: Packaging-VM not booting after restart while creating a package

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Hi,

just gave AV4 a try in my homelab. First a big praise: The User Interface is brilliant Smiley Happy

Now for the bad part of my contribution:

I created an Application "Notepad++", then I started creating a Package "Notepad++ v7.6.6" and everything went fine until the agent says "Restart is needed...".

The packaging machine is restarting with both vmdk's attached as I can see in the vCenter.

And now the packaging machine is not able to boot into Windows 10 anymore: "Operating System not found".

When I cancel the package creation and the application-vmdk is deleted and deattached from packaging machine, the machine is able to boot as usual again.

What could be the cause of this? (My first guesses are: NVME disks I am using in my lab, BIOS/EFI, the packaging VM uses BIOS)

I hope for numerous answers Smiley Wink best regards,

Daniel

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DanielLenz
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Changed the Virtual Device Node to "SCSI Controller 0" for the OS Disk. Before I had it configured as "NVME Controller 0", what is not stated as "(Reccomended)" :smileygrin:

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DanielLenz
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Ok, figured it out. It was my nvme configuration Smiley Happy

Don't know if it is worth to mention that OS Disk configured with NVME-controller is not working.

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whibr
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Did you change the controller to LSI Logic SAS?

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DanielLenz
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Changed the Virtual Device Node to "SCSI Controller 0" for the OS Disk. Before I had it configured as "NVME Controller 0", what is not stated as "(Reccomended)" :smileygrin: