[BlueOnyx:08571] Re: vmware
miguel.neox at gmail.com
Fri Sep 23 02:53:59 PET 2011
I am working the same. For us the best solution was to use CMU.
The work line we did was:
1.- Provide a new virtual server (300GB of HD space thin provision)
2.- Install BO and update yum
3.- Make it a template
4.- Use this template to replicate the virtual machines
5.- CMU to each virtual server
Note: The provision of 300GB is to avoid later LVM configuration for
virtual servers that need more HD space.
I hope it helps
2011/9/23 Peter Robbins - Bridgewater Software Group <pete at bridgewater.it>
> We use BX on vmware and have successfully converted many P2V servers.
> You can use the vmware standalone converter, which can be downloaded from
> the vmware.com website, but you must ensure that root can login to SSH on
> the source machine - this can be set through the GUI.
> For the best results we have found CMU to be the best. There are a lot of
> threads on CMU and how to use it. This method works best for us everytime.
> We are currently in the process of moving to 5107/8, which we will
> accomplish using the CMU method above.
> Happy to discuss further.
> Kind regards,
> Peter Robbins
> Technical Director
> Bridgewater Software Development Ltd
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> On 22/09/11 23:31, Michael Stauber wrote:
> Hi Tony,
> Has anyone made a description of how to move a bx server to a vmware vps?
> Maybe there are some VMware tools that can "rip off" a real server and turn it
> into a VM. If so, I'm not aware of them. This might be a question for some
> that are more familliar with VMware.
> Other than that CMU is of course always an option.
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