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Its free. Apr 27, 2008 4:09 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Bill 31 December 2014 at 10:21 pm I need help. Show 15 replies 1. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-open/ubuntu-mdadm-cannot-open-device-or-resource-busy.php

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Module Disk Power On Failed Failed To Start The Virtual Machine

A Patient Saftey server is back online in minutes!!!! In certain circumstances these locks may not be released when the virtual machine is powered off. Request unsuccessful.

You should find that the file can now be deleted. In my case, I had modified the partitions in Windows, which cause the problem. To locate this information, run this command:# tail /var/log/vmkernel (For ESX)#tail /var/log/messages (For ESXi)Note: If there is a high amount of logging activity and you are unable to locate lines similar Vmware Unable To Open File Vmdk The System Cannot Find The File Specified Delete the following folder: \Users\\Library\Application Support\VMware Fusion\Virtual Machines\Boot Camp 9.

perfectly worked. Cannot Open The Disk Failed To Lock The File Just like the above thread suggested. However your article was not directly related to my issue it gave me an idea and I was able to recover the VM.. But that is a bit harder to explain, eh?

Just helped me to avoid rebooting all hosts in my cluster Reply Anonymous says: January 27, 2014 at 06:08 Hi guys, you can also check out Powergui. Could Not Open/create Change Tracking File Once this is done, grab the bottom right corner of the box named "Macintosh HD" and drag it down as far as it will go. 7. I'd love to dedicate a couple Mac Cores to a zfs storage system that I would run as attached storage on an overpowered MacPro that I never fully use, mostly idling Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points Request unsuccessful.

Cannot Open The Disk Failed To Lock The File

Mar 7, 2008 5:26 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Brian Yu, Brian Yu Mar 7, 2008 6:06 PM in response to Carl Briscoe1 Level 1 (35 SOLUTION: Delete any .LCK folders within the main VM folder. Module Disk Power On Failed Failed To Start The Virtual Machine For more information, seeCollecting diagnostic information for VMware products (1008524)andHow to Submit a Support Request.Locating the lock and removing itBecause a virtual machine can be moved between hosts, the host where Cannot Open The Disk Or One Of The Snapshot Disks It Depends On. for that i have created two scsi hdd's on the first vm server from settings (one for cluster&one for quarom)the problem is that when i start first server its ok its

nope that didnt work... http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-open/vmware-error-cannot-open-the-disk.php I think I was to busy to notice that he didn't pick up on that and all along was trying to test while running the VM directly on the Host that At this point, retry the virtual machine power-on operation to see if it succeeds.If thetouch *command fails with adevice or resource busymessage, it indicates that a process is maintaining a lock All rights reserved. Vmware Cannot Delete Lck File

also if i go settings on the virtual server i get ( memory 384mb/hard disk scsi 0:0/hard disk scsi 1:0/hard disk scsi 2:0/cd rom ide 1:0/floppy/ethernet brigded/ethnernet host only/processors 1. Pankaj Kapoor 31 March 2016 at 12:09 am Delete .LCK folders works for me Bijay shankar jha 2 June 2016 at 6:51 pm I will need to delete any .LCK file Click Apply. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-open/ubuntu-mdadm-cannot-open-dev-sdb1-device-or-resource-busy.php First, unregister the VM from your ESX host (if not done already): # cd /vmfs/volumes/49dc603e-af139aaa-7131-002219b6f201/ # vmware-cmd -s unregister `pwd`/VM1/VM1.vmx unregister(/vmfs/volumes/49dc603e-af139aaa-7131-002219b6f201/VM1/VM1.vmx) = 1 Then move the old VM directory and create

This reduces the amount of lock troubleshooting to just the VMkernel. Vmkfstools just create a new VM but select the option to not make or start a system now then close the CM and copy the VMDK file create from the new VM msg: "Cannot open the disk. ‘D:\Programs\Virtual Machine*" Reason: Failed to lock the file.

He deleted the file: Boot Camp partition.vmwarevmGood luck.

Change: createType="monolithicFlat" To: createType="vmfs" Change: RW 56124534 FLAT "VM1-flat.vmdk" 0 To: RW 56124534 VMFS "VM1-flat.vmdk" Copy .vmx and .vmxf file # cp ../VM1.old/VM1.vmx* . Most likely you'll have quite a few ESX hosts and rebooting each one until the file unlocks would be painful. I assume you're booting from the SpinRite-bootable.iso and that "SpinriteVM.vmdk" is a normal file based virtual hard disk not one pointing to a Raw Disk correct? The File Specified Is Not A Virtual Disk Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 13.

Sep 24 08:41:03.077: vmx| Module DiskEarly power on failed. You can read or write to the vmdk file without loading the virtual system. I did a new partition and i am now unable to run VMWare due to the following error Cannot open the disk '/Users/Gus/Library/Application Support/VMware Fusion/Virtual Machines/Boot Camp/%2Fdev%2Fdisk0/Boot Camp partition.vmwarevm/Boot Camp partition.vmdk' http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-open/vmware-cannot-open-disk.php This may be on any of the ESX hosts which have access to the file.

Have a look. This is currently in my .vmx text file- scsi0:0.fileName = "Windows 7 Ultimate.vmdk" How would I need to change it to make this work? Tom 12 April 2012 at 5:59 am Thank you for the info it work like a charm!!! From the above example, the process ID is3631:# kill 3631Warning:Using the kill command will abruptly terminate all the running process for the virtual machine without generating any core dump to analyze

Would you mind posting your vmx and vmdk file? If it does, power down the backup virtual machine, select the appropriate disk and chooseRemoveto remove the disk from the virtual machine.Warning:Do notdelete files from disk.If the .vmdk file is not It helped me to solve this problem easily. If it is truly possible, I'd love to run SpinRite VM as a hard disk recovery and low level disk formatting "service" on my MacPro.If I get a "Yes" it is

Procedure ESX 3.5+ In ESX 3.5.x, all you need to do is this: vmkfstools -L release $PATH_TO_LOCKED_VMDK_FILE/myvm.vmdk If i'm not mistaken, this is the same in ESX 3.0.x. Many thanks Oliver! Do the same for the other vmdk's, if you have more than one disk. Re: Resource Busy when using raw disk access for SpinRite on my Mac chymb Nov 27, 2012 3:03 AM (in response to rharder) I had the same problem and found that