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I just tried to boot the latest version (as of writing build: 16_05_2160) of XG firewall on a public Openstack cloud. I uploaded the qcow image and started the VM. The VM has 1GB of RAM and 32GB Disk.
The KVM hypervisor boots the image with 1 local disk for the OS to partition and no separate SWAP or extra DISK. After the boot procedure it errors after:
I can acces the console but no luck after that. This issue also exists in the firstboot question on the community forum but it does not work for the latest version i guess.
How can I boot this image with the correct swap size?
Could you increase the ram to 2GB and try again and the minimum requirement is 20 GB , as for the VM you could try using our recommended Virtual environment .
Virtual appliances provide the same functionality as the standard UTM hardware platform. You can install UTM v9 within the following virtual environments:
All supported VM platforms undergo QA testing to ensure installation from ISO image and proper operation. UTM performance in a VM environment can vary widely due to various hardware differences, allocated resources, type of storage, etc.
If you experience problems installing the UTM on a KVM, try the following steps:
Reference : http://sophos.com/kb/119230
In reply to Aditya Patel:
> Could you increase the ram to 2GB and try again and the minimum requirement is 20 GB , as for the VM you could try using our recommended Virtual environment .
Options when booting:
As you see i don't have an option to get a prompt to fill in: default no-kvmlock. Can you advise any more steps?
In reply to SanderKoorneef:
Our team members (in Rayat) are facing the same issue while testing this with local service provider.
It's mandatory to solve this in order for us to start selling this on cloud for our clients.
I wish to see a solution soon.
Our team was able to make it run on KVM (Ubuntu 16) using the VHD file.
Once we finish the test with OpenStack will let you know.
In reply to Kinan Akel:
The VHD test with OpenStack failed.
However, having ISO image and built the machine as fresh installation processed successfully.
But we are stuck at the login page of the Web interface. It's simply not responding.
I'll update this thread as we move on with our tests.