Article ID: 121556, created on May 13, 2014, last review on May 13, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Operations Automation

Symptoms

Provider installs package msiis7 on Windows Shared Hosting server.

Task Install additional packages on node 'hostname' according role IIS_7_5 fails with the following error message:

Last execution output   
Command 'cmd.exe /C "C:\Program Files (x86)\SWsoft\PEM\bin\QoS_Checker.exe" {3C60DA51-AB49-41B9-BD3E-F28DAECC3AEB}' execution failed with code 1: The 'venet0' network interface does not have QoS service inatalled.

Cause

The mentioned interface does not have QoS service installed. Provider should prepare host to install IIS7 role.

Resolution

QoS service can be installed in two ways:

  • If it is container - correct way to setup the needed configuration should be done from Virtuozzzo host where container resides to make sure that after reboot settings will not be lost.

    1. RDP to Virtuozzo host and open command line utility (cmd.exe)
    2. Use command vzcfgt set <VE_ID> NetIf0.QoSPacketScheduler 1 and restart container
    3. Re-run the failed task
  • If package is installed on standalone server QoS service can be installed using standard Windows utilities:

    1. Open Network Connections
    2. Open properties of the required network connection and put a tick near QoS Packet Scheduler
    3. Re-run the failed task

Search Words

NetIf0.QoSPacketScheduler

The 'venet0' network interface does not have QoS service inatalled

QoS Packet Scheduler

QoS_Checker.exe

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