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RuntimeError: unknown VMODL type AnyType #91

richardmoe opened this Issue · 8 comments

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I have a vSphere 5.5 cluster which I am connecting to. Installed rvc in Ubuntu 13.10 as a gem and patched it to support Windows Domain logins. I am able to login and run 'ls' on / (root), but when I 'cd 1' and try to run ls in the 'subdir' i just get an error message: RuntimeError: unknown VMODL type AnyType.
Tried to downgrade rbvmomi to 1.6.0, but no luck. Any ideas?


I'm noticing the same issue with a vSphere 5.5 cluster on Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS. The issue did not begin until I update the rvc gem to rvc-1.8.0. (I'm not sure of the previous version).

The first issue that I got was this:

/usr/lib/ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/custom_require.rb:36:in `require': cannot load such file -- rbvmomi/pbm (LoadError)

Then after upgrading rbvmomi to rbvmomi-1.8.1 I started getting this:

RuntimeError: unknown VMODL type AnyType

have you guys found a sensible way to fix this...? Some have downgraded the rbvmomi back to 1.6.0 I suppose...


I could only get this working by downgrading nokogiri to 1.5.5


@spkane's solution of downgrading to nokogiri 1.5.5 worked for me: ruby 2.1.2p95, rvc (1.8.0)


@rbwsam Yes, that works, but I really wish they'd just release the fix for this. Since lots of projects use nokogiri and being tied to an old version is not ideal or even possible in some cases.


@spkane Downgrading worked for me as well. Thanks!


I also have this Problem. The Downgrading of nokogiri works well, but I have to use nokogiri >= 1.5.11 for puppet beaker.
Would rvc becomes an upgrade to support nokogiri > 1.5.10?


This was the working Workaround. THX @all

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