[Beta Release] XCP-ng Windows Client tools 8.2.1-beta1
@conradical Did you reboot? Do you see the XCP-ng devices in Device Manager?
Yes, I did reboot. I don't see XCP-ng, but see
XenServer PV Netowrk Device
XenSRC PV scsi disk device
and XenServer PV Bus's
How that I look closer i see Xenserver Agent and XenServer PV Driver monitor. -- I'm wondering if these grabbed from windows update automatically post XCP-ng tools install.
so I did a fresh 2019 install, using the server 2016 template since 2019 template isn't available yet, post install i was prompted with this screenshot:
This is also the recently re-released Win Server 2019 disk.
Apparently be default the template has "Windows Update tools" enabled. Should this not pull the drivers for XCP-ng?
@conradical we don't have xcp-ng drivers on Windows Update. Maybe later....
I thought I read where you were working on that process and got it done and were registering the device IDs. I guess i read wrong
@conradical device id's are "registered" in the xen project and in "the pci database" ... but they are for future use
Got it! Good work by the way!
Status update: I'm currently working on avoiding these WMI errors. Here is my current progress:
Thanks for the XCP-ng tools.
I tried to install the XCP-ng Tools on a new Windows Server 2019 vm (german locale), XCP-ng 7.5.
I used the Windows Server 2016 default Template.
Installed Net Framework 3.5 beforehand, launched the setup.exe as administrator.
The installation finishes with the management agenet could not be started message.
I restarted the vm, no new Xen Devices are shown in device management.
Only both of these services were installed.
C:\Program Files\XCP-ng\XenTools\InstallAgent.exe DEFAULT
this installed the XCP-ng Interface Package.
I got no popup that asked to reboot the vm, but restarted anyways.
Services after reboot:
Device manager shows two new unknown XENBUS devices. Under system devices XCP-ng Interface and XCP-ng PV Bus (0002) are now listed.
Network adapter, drives etc. are same as before the driver installation.
Xen Orchestra displays that Xen Tools are not detected, but i can see Memory Usage etc.
@RKO1337 you have to install the drivers then manually ... point the driver install dialog from windows to c:\programe files\xcp-ng\drivers (don't forget to tell him to search also in subfolders)
@borzel thanks now all devices correctly recognized
@borzel thanks for the hint, now it works also fine for me, in xcp-ng center it says:
Management Agent installed
but in XenOrchestra it still says: "Xen tools version Not installed"
what should we do to get this fixed?
- Let's see if it's not a refresh issue, can you refresh your browser page and see if the result is still the same?
- If it doesn't solve it, try to disconnect and reconnect your pool master in Settings/server, refresh and let us know
@olivierlambert thanks for your reply, but after refresh and disconnect/connect its still the same
Then feel free to open an issue here: http://github.com/vatesfr/xen-orchestra/issues/new
ruskofd last edited by ruskofd
I did a new test on my new fresh install of XCP-ng in my lab. So, to begin, the installation of PV Drivers + Management seems working on Windows Server 2019 with French locale with the version indicated in the title of the topic.
How I proceed ?
- Launch the Setup.exe provided in the archive. The installation continue until "Management Agent failed to install"
- I reboot my virtual machine
- Launch the following command in the
C:\Program Files\XCP-ng\XenToolsfolder with an Administrative prompt :
- Launch again the Setup.exe and select the Repair Menu. The Management Agent seems installed in the end of installation, he asks me to reboot to install the network driver. And I had to reboot again to install the storage driver.
And now everyone seems happy !
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I can provide additionnal tests, I will post my results after these during the following week