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Yes, that should work fine. Some thoughts: eth0 on Damn Small Linux VM must be a attached to the same Host-only network as eth1 on OpenWRT. Use the IP from eth1 on OpenWRT as your default Gateway. I would use a bridged config for eth0 on OpenWRT rather than NAT. Assign it a unique IP on your host's network. This will prevent some complications and will ...
Theoretically it should be possible if you enable promiscuous mode on your host only network. Where does Ubuntu fit into this whole picture ? It looks like, as far as the Ubuntu VM is concerned it's connected to just another port on the Host Only virtual switch. Are you using VMware ? VBox? I believe you should be able to enable promiscuous mode on the ...
I did not have an experience with Poxmox but configured normal pacemaker/corosync cluster on CentOS, so hope my observations are still useful and applicable here. I am very suspicious about Primary/Primary DRBD setup. Even with Primary/Secondary configuration split brain is probable if something goes wrong. I was wondered how easily DRBD can fall into ...
It is possible to change computer name without a reboot. I am successful on windows 7 (virtual) machines with this powershell script: $ComputerName = "New Name" Remove-ItemProperty -path "HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters" - name "Hostname" Remove-ItemProperty -path "HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters" -name ...
It is impossible to change any Windows hostname while the machine is powered off, virtual or not. A reboot is also required after a hostname change for it to take effect.
The "Host" in Hyper-V is actually a special Virtual Machine itself. The VM's are not "running on it", though the Hyper-V hypervisor use's the Host for file and network access as well as a few other things. What the Host reports it's doing is not an accurate reflection of what the hardware is actually doing. I've actually not found an accurate way of ...
The Host has piriority because it is supposed to ONLY run Hyper-V (and system control packages like SCOM) and if it would not get what it needs, all VM's would be starved.
In lvm.conf, change locking_type=3 to 1 instead of 0. if you change 0. then volume group may be corrupt.
I build virtual machine images for Azure using Hyper-V, of course. The primary thing to worry about is that you have to use a VHD disk rather than a VHDX disk. For Windows, you need to sysprep the image, and for Linux you need to install the Windows Azure agent in the guest. See also Microsoft's documentation on creating a Windows image for Azure and ...
Choose the boot device using bios.bootOrder. The virtual machine's boot order can be set to hdd, cdrom, or floppy. If set to cdrom or floppy and there are multiple devices, the virtual machine tries them sequentially until it finds one to boot from. Example: bios.bootOrder = "ethernet5,ethernet2,cdrom,hdd,floppy" Source: ...
Use robocoy.. (making a few assumptions) rem ## source net use \\source\share /user:domain1\administrator Password rem ## copy data robocopy \\source\share \\destination\share /s /copy:dat /dcopy:t /xo /r:0 /w:0 /log+:robocopy.log rem ## disconnect net use \\source\share /d
Not sure why the downvotes as I think it is legit question for somebody who is using free version of vmware and doesn't understand vAPPs. Moving on to the question, lets talk about your 3 ideas: Backup and Restore using your existing Backup and Restore software. - This will only work if your existing backup software can handle bare metal recoevery, for OS ...
This looks like other cases I've seen where Apache is spending a lot of its time compiling PHP. Have you made sure an opcode cache (e.g. APC) is installed? It'll show as a loaded module in the output of phpinfo(), if that helps. Otherwise, to track what Apache's doing within mod_php, your best bet is going to be XHProf. To anyone other than jbx arriving ...
Hyper-V server is free. That said, you will ned to set up the management. THIs is a larger question - and that it one that can not be answered here. COnsulting time, I would say.
It's 2013 and there's virtually no good reason to disable APIC, and plenty of good reason to enable it. This may not have been true 15 years ago when APIC was new and not well implemented by various hardware vendors, but that hasn't been the case for a very long time. Microsoft's explanation (from 2003!) is probably the best I can give you, and I'm ...
If you're going to use bridged networking, you need to treat the guest exactly the same as a physical computer on your network, i.e. it needs to have an IP address on the same subnet.
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