The Resize-VHD cmdlet doesn't exist in 2008 R2's version of PowerShell, BUT there is a way. In Hyper-V Manager GUI, if you power down the VM which uses the VHD, you can then use the "Edit Disk..." Function available in the Actions panel on the right hand side to specify a larger size.
It may depend on how your VM images are stored, but using qcow2 it seems you have them as files on a filesystem.
When using the OCFS2 cluster filesystem you can use reflink snapshots to "copy" any state of an image.
The main advantage is that such snapshots will do COW (Copy On Write), so that is the initial snapshot occupies "zero" (i.e.:...
A vSwitch is different from a pSwitch in that it knows which MAC addresses are allowed to attach - MAC addresses that are spoofed by a guest or trying to use promicuous mode on the vNIC for packet capturing simply don't work.
In your case, the inner ESXi hands out MAC addresses to its guests on its own. The outer ESXi needs to allow promiscuous mode for the ...
As of today the best and most effective way to do this is through https://github.com/jamesstringerparsec/Easy-GPU-P
This will "passthrough" (although not dedicated passthrough); the GPU will be usable inside the VM through some kind of shared driver (not sure of the internals yet--but I've tested and it works like a charm)
Host-only networking creates a network that is completely contained within the host computer. Host-only networking provides a network connection between the virtual machine and the host system by using a virtual network adapter that is visible on the host operating system. When you install Workstation Pro on a Windows or Linux host system, a host-only ...
I fixed it !!
I had to add mac of the interface that was carrying the IP. In the ovh console
More over I matched
220.127.116.11 ====> 00:11:ee:aa:ww...
and so on
Then a little modification in the configuration
gateway: 18.104.22.168 [Last IP of the network]
I ended up figuring out my problem. I had a vpn client (Forcepoint to be exact) I noticed every time I'd try to ping that IP, the forcepoint client would prompt me to login. I suspect it's looking for traffic outside my network, and if it think's i need to VPN in, it's prompting me to login..
Anyways, I had already created and deleted my static route a ...
Yes it is possible.
You can see a vSwitch0 in Virtual Switches Tab in web console of ESXi, that VM Network and Management Network both are connected to it and also the physical NIC is also connected to it.
If your configuration of your physical NIC be correct, you just need to create a virtual machine with a network adapter that is connected to VM Network ...
You are running 2 nested ESXi on top of your main ESXi server. Add a VMDK to each ESXi VM and then you will be able to create VMFS datastore. There are nested ESXi appliances, which can make deployment easier:
In addition, the following article should help: