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Webcast : System Center Virtual Machine Manager ( SCVMM )

Tarih 12 Aralık 2009 yazar içinde Haber

Webcast : System Center Virtual Machine Manager ( SCVMM )


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SCVMM 2008 R2 – Virtual machine X could not be live migrated (Error 10698)

Tarih 30 Kasım 2009 yazar içinde Haber

You may get this error when you want to migrate a virtual machine with Live Migrate.
Error (10698)
Virtual machine X could not be live migrated to virtual machine host Y using this cluster configuration.
(Unspecified error (0×80004005))
Recommended Action
Check the cluster configuration and then try the operation again.
Check available memory (ram) on host Y. Maybe you have […]

 
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Hyper-V R2 virtualization on Dell Blade with Benchmark Results

Tarih 27 Kasım 2009 yazar içinde Haber, Windows Server

Dell Blade is a trusted virtualization solution for hosting companies. I did some benchmark tests on our Blade server (Dell PowerEdge M1000E). I used two different pyhsical servers, Dell PowerEdge M600 and Dell PowerEdge M610. Also I used two virtual machines to compare results. Server configurations:

DELL M600:
OS: Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
CPU: Intel Xeon L5430 […]

 
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How can you find your attached iso image with Powershell using SCVMM?

Tarih 27 Kasım 2009 yazar içinde Haber

I got a question about ISO feature on Technet forums today.
Jan Marek:
Ok. But I have 200 virtual machines and I want to create a new one and use iso for virtual dvd rom. It is not working because I already use it for another server. How can I find from which one I should disconnect […]

 
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SCVMM 2008 R2 – Solution of Warning (13921)

Tarih 23 Kasım 2009 yazar içinde Haber

You may get warning (13921) after migration of a virtual machine from a host to cluster:
Warning (13921)
Highly available virtual machine VX7526 is not supported by VMM because one or more of its network adapters is not configured correctly.
Recommended Action
Ensure that all of the virtual network adapters are either disconnected or connected to highly […]

 
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Adding file and secondary IP to remote host with Powershell

Tarih 20 Kasım 2009 yazar içinde Haber, Windows Server

You need to add secondary ip to external host? You only need to Powershell and Psexec. Psexec is a small and free program. You can download Psexec from Microsoft Technet. It works great!

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# VM Config Tool
# Created By Yusuf Ozturk
# In God We Trust, All Others We Use Powershell
 
# PsTools: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx
 
$VMName = Get-VM VDS*
 
foreach ($VM […]

 
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Reassociating a VMHost in a Cluster on SCVMM 2008 R2 with Powershell

Tarih 14 Kasım 2009 yazar içinde Haber

You can’t remove or update vmhosts if they are in Cluster on SCVMM 2008 R2. For that reason, you have to update hosts with Powershell. If you are getting “Access Denied” message from your hosts, you can reassociate them with Powershell:

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$Credential = Get-Credential
Get-VMMManagedComputer | where {$_.State -eq "AccessDenied"} | Reassociate-VMMManagedComputer -Credential $Credential

After that, just update […]

 
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