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I had the exact same problem and I found that it was caused by not enough memory allocation on the Hyper-V VM. I had memory set to dynamic but it was not scaling up as required - switching to a fixed amount of memory, in my case 32GB, solved the problem. The interaction between SqlBulkCopy and Sql Server does not seem able to get more memory when required??


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Your computer is most likely set to use a DNS server of your router / modem and that most likely points to a public ISP such as Comcast, 75.75.75.75 or Google, 8.8.8.8, when you try to resolve http://hostname/myapplication with your web browser your DNS client is performing a lookup because it does not know about that hostname. (although you can probably ...


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Although a local DNS server will solve your problem, there's a simpler way: edit your hosts file. You can do this manually with any text editor, or you can use a tool such as Hostman to do it for you (don't forget to run it as administrator). Your hosts file keeps track of hostname IP address pairs connected to your system. Having a local DNS server does ...


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DNS is a distributed lookup database dedicated to a name hierarchy we know as domain names. The top level is the root. It has no name, so a lone dot is used. At that level is com and net. These make for the next level which has millions of names and is where yours would be. You need to get your name put there. This process is a shared system (details ...


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This will wait until the VM is running: while ((get-vm -name $vmnames).state -ne 'Running') { start-sleep -s 5 } And this will wait until the VM is off: while ((get-vm -name $vmnames).state -ne 'Off') { start-sleep -s 5 }


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I'm having a little difficulty understanding the exact scenario, but if your setup looks like this: Server1 --Server2 running in Hyper-V on Server1 on internet virtual network ----Workstation running in Hyper-V on Server 2 on external virtual network I believe you'll want to change Server2's virual NIC to connect to the external network (instead of ...


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I believe I found the answer to my question. I moved one of the vhds to an external USB3 hard drive on the replica server, and it was running on the "Quick removal" policy. I thought I had already set it to the "Better Performance" policy when I originally set up the drive, but this was not the case. So, I: Changed to "Better performace" Restarted the ...


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I have Windows 10 VM running under Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 Hyper-V with Secure Boot enabled and I am able to see Network adapter as the boot source and can move it up the boot queue on both machines, and even further to that, I can actually boot into my WDS images. Another alternative - restarting guest from console while holding shift key (any UEFI ...


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Any chance you have: An "interesting" backup solution on the hosts? Have pre-existing checkpoints, or external disks such as iSCSI, virtual fibre channel, or shared VHDX?


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This can be done via Hyper-V Manager: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/aviraj/2012/05/05/windows-server-2012-convert-vhd-to-vhdx-using-hyper-v-manager/ Alternatively, you can use third party converters such as StarWind V2V converter: https://www.starwindsoftware.com/converter It also has a bunch of extra conversion options (for example VMware to Hyper-V ...


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Did you find Hyper-V account? There's also another account named Hyper-V that needs to have permission. If it doesn't work, the best way is to simply uninstall hyper-v role and uninstall it again. Post this, import your vms.


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By applying the checkpoint, you forked the timeline of your VM. Then you deleted one of the two forks. Unfortunately, you deleted the fork that you wanted, rather than the fork that you didn't want. It's possible to delete either fork.


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I'm leaving this question active in case someone finds it who happens to have made the same mistake I was making. In Step #7 above, the file didn't reappear because the CheckPoint deletion somehow merged in the unwanted state. It reappeared because this is a domain-joined OS using Folder Redirection and I was doing all of this on the Desktop. The file was ...


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Configure X server to run under Hyper-V edit the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file change Section "Device" Driver to "vesa" change Section "Screen" DefaultDepth to 16 change SubSection "Display" Depth to 16 reboot to commit changes to disk shutdown -r now


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First off, download this tool: http://www.systola.com/blog/14.01.2015/VhdTool-Is-Dead-Long-Live-VhdxTool/#.V3vdh5MrLUI make a directory for the virtual machine on the hyper-v 2012 vhost mkdir C:\VIRTUALMACHINE smb mount the KVM file system net use \\kvm-server.mydomain.com\kvm-disk-share z: change to the mounted file system cd \\kvm-server.mydomain....


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You've got a "netsh" command string listed up there. Netsh is a Windows tool. So that makes me think that you're very confused about how virtual machines work. If you've connected your CentOS VM to an external virtual switch (one with a physical NIC) then any configuration you'll need to make will be done within CentOS, not Windows. Look for the right ...


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If you talk only about the disc, then start stripping out the useless elements - like the server versions. It runs down to "can I convert a VHD to a VHDX". And yes, that is fully supported. Command line, menu in Hyper-V manage (edit disc). If you talk about the VM, it is a 2 step process. Export in 2008, import in 2012R2. THEN edit the disc and link the new ...


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Internal Switch will only allow communication between VM and Host, but will NOT allow external, in your case LAN, communication. Try changing switch to external and see if you're able to get in to CentOS.


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Reply from license supplier: "our physical licenses cover both virtual and physical servers. It's just a graphical bug you can safely ignore."


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You can try this approach: http://windowsitpro.com/hyper-v/delete-undeletable-checkpoint-hyper-v Another usefull link might be this one: https://gilgrossblog.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/cant-remove-hyper-v-backup-checkpointsnapshot-from-vm/ Hope this helps, regards



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