Creation of a Linux OSIM image fails with error: Command execution failed with exit code: -1 [OSG001106]


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When creating a new Linux OS Image it fails with the following error:

Command execution failed with exit code: -1 [OSG001106]

Clicking on Details shows the following error:

Info: Did not create a share for the Operating System Images (!)
*** C:\Program Files



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NFS server must be active as per OSIM Administrator's Guide list of prerequisites mentioned in page 184:

Requirements for RedHat, SUSE, and Oracle Enterprise Linux OS Images

The requirements for RedHat, SuSE, and Oracle Enterprise Linux OS Images are as follows:

  • An OSIM Image Prepare System (IPS)
  • A Boot Server with an embedded NFS server or an additional external NFS server
  • CDs or DVDs of the operating system (RedHat Enterprise Linux or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server)
  • OSIM boot images such as osinstal.2, osinstal.3, or Linux-based boot image (CentOS 6.3 x64) based on OS Installation version.
    Note: The OSIM IPS does not create new LINUX kernels to include special LINUX drivers. If the installation of the LINUX distribution requires a modified LINUX boot kernel, you must build the kernel outside OSIM, on a LINUX system and then add it to the OSIM image.


Further information about the NFS service can be found in the following articles:

Services for NFS Step-by-Step Guide for Windows Server 2008

Deploy Network File System (Windows Server 2012)


Release: UASIT.99000-12.9-Asset Intelligence