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VSA will not boot

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Gene Kenny
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VSA will not boot


I downloaded the latest VSA to install on my DL380 G4, with ESX 4.0.
I deploy the OVF file onto the ESX 4.0 server. I have verified my SCSI id and other settings.

When I power on the VSA I get the following message:
“This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. Unable to boot please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU”

Thanks,
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adolbec
Advisor
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Re: VSA will not boot

You may have to enable the CPU virtualization settings in your server's BIOS.
teledata
Respected Contributor

Re: VSA will not boot

It'll depend on the CPU. Do you know what it has? For running 64 bit VMs, the CPU will need to support Intel VT.
http://www.tdonline.com