First Errors in Azure Stack Deployment #MAS #AzureStack #Azure #MASCUG Microsoft Azure Stack POC is ready to deploy   5 comments

Playing with the AzureStack deployment is no picknick there is a Pre-check but you must have the perfect machine to deploy the Azure Stack Bits. So I tweaked the scripts a bit. this is the logical architecture of the Azure Stack POC and its components. all running on a single Hyper-v host.

But even then something can go wrong. As shown below some errors are highlighted.

Check disks failed. At least 3 disks of the same bus type (RAID/SAS/SATA) and with CanPool attribute equals true are
required.   ( I added some other Storage also )

Cannot bind argument to parameter ‘PackagePath’ because it is an empty string  ( used a variable setting before running the script )

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But after Concurring All the Pre-Requirements you are ready to go Or not ?

During the Deployment I had this error :  Method "NewTriggerByStartup" not found
This seams an updated Powershell module is in place and I have a bug in my build. After some digging in the Powershell modules I managed to fix this.

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New-ScheduledTaskTrigger : Method "NewTriggerByStartup" not found
At F:\AzureStackInstaller\PoCDeployment\AzureStackDeploymentScheduledTask.psm1:27 char:16
+     $trigger = New-ScheduledTaskTrigger -AtStartup
+                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : ObjectNotFound: (PS_ScheduledTask:Root/Microsoft/…S_ScheduledTask) [New-ScheduledTaskTrigger]
   , CimException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : HRESULT 0x80041002,New-ScheduledTaskTrigger

 

The real fix is this mofcomp C:\Windows\System32\wbem\SchedProv.mof

and after Some digging I find already a uservoice post on this issue. So vote for this

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I must say the scripts are awesome lots of handy stuff in there.  I did the Next Next Finish setup to see what I could expect and how to Build this in a not default environment. SO no single server.

That’s All For now.

Greetings,

Robert Smit

Twitter: @clustermvp

Cloud and Datacenter MVP ( Expertise:  High Available )

Posted February 1, 2016 by Robert Smit [MVP] in AzureStack

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5 responses to “First Errors in Azure Stack Deployment #MAS #AzureStack #Azure #MASCUG Microsoft Azure Stack POC is ready to deploy

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  1. This is interesting but you didn’t provide any information on host to address the first problem (canpool=false). I am seeing that problem now and the CannotPoolReason is “Insufficient Capacity”. But the disks (all SATA, 2 being 3T and one 4T) have lots of space available. According to the docs I have seen, the drives need to have a minimum of 5G available ans these drives all have a couple of terabyte available. So, what is the work around?

    Thanks

    Bert

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  3. hello Robert Can you send me the steps to resolve this error

    Check disk failed. at leasst 3 disks of the same bus type (RAID /SAS/SATA) and with canpool attribute equals true are required

    I really did not got how to resolve and i am stuck on this from last 2 weeks.

    Please help.

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