How to deploy Corezoid on VMware Fusion
  • Updated on 19 Dec 2019
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How to deploy Corezoid on VMware Fusion

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  1. Requirements
  2. Installation
  3. Launching
  4. Troubleshooting
  5. Monitoring and restarting


VMware Fusion version (Activated) 11 or later
CPU 4 (minimum) - 6 (recommended)
RAM 6GB (minimum) - 10GB (recommended)
HDD minimum free 20GB


Before installing image make sure you have installed and activated a paid version of VMware Fusion. You won’t be able to deploy Corezoid on Trial version of VMware Fusion.

  1. Go to Preferences and add a new Network interface

Go toPreferences

Go toPreferences 2

Go toPreferences 3

Go toPreferences 4

  1. To create a new virtual machine you need to push “+” button on the top of sceen and select New -> Import an existing virtual machine

To create a new virtual machine

To create a new virtual machine 2

  1. Choose an OVF file (folder with OVF file must also contain VMDK file too) and continue

Choose an OVF file

Please note that the name of the files should be the same as when downloading. If you already had files with such names in the folder you need to delete them and download the installation files one more time.

Choose an OVF file 2

  1. Customize settings and finish installation.

Customize settings 1

Customize settings 2

Customize settings 3

If necessary, you can change the settings (CPU or RAM):

Customize settings 4

Customize settings 5

After all changes are done, close the settings window and launch the created virtual machine.

Customize settings 6

When the virtual machine starts, we will see something like on the screen below:

Customize settings 7


A few minutes later, after the successful launch of the system, you can open a Corezoid in your browser.

Web access: (or your changes)
Web login: admin@corezoid.loc
Web password: admin@corezoid.loc


If the following error occurs when starting the virtual machine:


It is necessary to perform the following actions in the system security settings (System Preferences > Security & Privacy):


Additional Information:

When the image is installed, the IP address of the server will be (gw If necessary, you can change the IP address.

To change the web endpoint (domain or ip), you must run a script which is located in: /root/

SSH access:
Login: support
Password: corezoid
Get superuser by command: sudo -i

Monitoring and restarting

You can also monitor and restart applications via the monit:

Output of all processes on monitoring: sudo monit status

Disable monitoring of monit applications: monit unmonitor all

Enable monitoring: monit monitor all

If monit is used to start / stop the application, then stop / start the application using the monit commands:

monit stop conveyor_api_multipart
monit start conveyor_api_multipart

In case of having any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us:

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