Created attachment 1243956 [details]
Description of problem:
I tried to create a VM on a VMware compute resource and attach it to a network "pgagne-test-net". "pgagne-test-net" was attached to a standard switch on the host jericho.hq.gsslab.rdu.redhat.com. I wa
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Everytime
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start with a VMware enviroment with multiple hypervisors.
2. Add the vcenter as a compute resource
3. In vmware create a standard switch and assoicated network/portgroup (ie pgagne-test-net)
4. Create a vm on the compute resource, and tie the interface of the vm to pgagne-test-net
Error when creating the VM:
"Failed to create a compute toldedo-vmware (VMware) instance pgagne-host1.pgagne-sat.rh-internal: failed to create vm: CannotAccessVmComponent: A component of the virtual machine is not accessible on the host."
VM is created on correct host.
Additional info: Satellite has no way to specify which host a vm is created on, so there is no way i can think of to workaround this.
Chris, this is the same issue you ran into with, correct?
Hmm I tried this with a shared storage array and it seemed to work fine. I will close this for now since it appears it was a config error on my part.