Windows Server Manager stuck on 'Display will be complete when the server inventory has finished...'


I cannot access Storage Pools in Server Manager because it seems
that it's stuck on 'Display will be complete when the server inventory
has finished...'. The little blue bar up top keeps running, so it's
probably doing something. I have tried waiting but nothing happens.
There are no event log records related to this either. I have also
tried creating a storage pool using Powershell with no luck.



The screen looks like this: src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/qr0j8.gif"
alt="http://i.imgur.com/cGejRsr.gif">



I guess it's worth mentioning that the server is an Azure VM and is
a member of a failover cluster.



Has anybody else encountered this? I have found some related
information but no solutions to this.

Hi,
I am trying to set up a very minimal X on my 10.04 64 bit
version of Ubuntu running nothing but Open SSH and acting as a
firewall/router, making a PPP connection.
The reason, is that I
want to set up KVM/Qemu and run a virtual machine. The virtual machine
will have a graphical environment and will be connected to my TV so
that I can watch movies, stream TV etc. using it.
So far, I have
done the following:
sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg
xserver-xorg-core miwm
When I try to run miwm the error message
is:
(null): can't open display.
I have no DISPLAY variable
set, but even when I
Ubuntu
upgrading a server, the install screen has been stuck for about 1 hour
on this line:
class="bbcode_description">Code:
class="bbcode_code">Installing new version of config file
/etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld ...
The following messages
repeat on /var/log/syslog:
class="bbcode_description">Code:
Apr
28 23:36:59 spitfire kernel: [256653.237623] init: mysql main process
(5617) terminated with status 1
Apr 28 23:36:59 spitfire kernel:
[256653.237828] init: mysql main process ended, respawning
Apr 28
23:37:00 spitfire kernel: [256654.2517
Ubuntu

I would Like to know what exactly each does and how they are
layered/structured or interrelated to each other, their functions,
their interdependence, their communication protocols and when and why
they interact and all that stuff!



i would really appreciate a detailed answer, for 2 reasons -



m not very well at this part. the display servers and all, and, all
users who encounter this question and the answer can know
everything!



Thankyou! :)

Ubuntu

This has happened the last two times I've done updates to this
system, and I really have no idea what is going on. It is installing a
only a month's worth of updates. It only responds to ping and no
services are up, so I can't view the system remotely (I have to hook
up a monitor to see this message). In the past I've just restarted the
system at this point and it eventually finishes updating. I want to
know what I can do to avoid this situation, how to diagnose what is
going on, and how to get any kind of remote access during the
updates.



Edit: I can start the machine in safe mode (where I did nothing but
backup some files). I restarted and it no longer tries to do a windows
update, just goes to the desktop where everything seems extremely
broken. I can click on some things, but not launch most programs. I
guess all I can do at this point is do a system restore or
something.



Edit: Re-installed windows on this system yesterday. That's my
usual solution to issues I don't feel like diagnosing, like this
one.

Network & Servers

I am trying to install VMW Windows 2012 R2 foundation on the
Windows 2012 R2 host. After completing the installation it is asking
for administrator account password but does not take the mouse input
or keyboard input. I have inserted the integration disk
vmguest.iso in the VM, but keep getting this error
message




Mouse not captured in Remote Session.




I cannot also shutdown the machine at this point. Any ideas how to
solve this?



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Network & Servers

I cannot access Storage Pools in Server Manager because it seems
that it's stuck on 'Display will be complete when the server inventory
has finished...'. The little blue bar up top keeps running, so it's
probably doing something. I have tried waiting but nothing happens.
There are no event log records related to this either. I have also
tried creating a storage pool using Powershell with no luck.



The screen looks like this: src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/qr0j8.gif"
alt="http://i.imgur.com/cGejRsr.gif">



I guess it's worth mentioning that the server is an Azure VM and is
a member of a failover cluster.



Has anybody else encountered this? I have found some related
information but no solutions to this.

Network & Servers

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