Topics started by AndySmall
One thing that I find really useful if you’re moving a small VM for a small customer that doesn’t have a VCenter to a new Vsphere host is to just simply connect the the two ESXi hosts in Veeam:Add both hosts in the Virtual Infrastructure Create a replication job between the old host and the new host If it runs rather slow let it run for a few days. Determine a small outage window where you’ll have the customer stop accessing data on the old host. Do one more replication job. Shut the old VM down in the old host Power on the new server on the new host.It’s important to not use the replica_ prefix or suffix just for the sake of simplicity. A lot of times focus is on larger customers and how to vmotion this or that but sometimes it’s nice to think about how small customers can be served too. Using Veeam for that is a life saver.
So, I’m going to be working on rebuilding our repos to be Linux repos to leverage the new security in V11.If you were going to build a repo for 15 TB drives running on VSphere 6.7. Ubuntu. These will provide back up copies to 5 customers each. I can look at what the specs are but I want to know what you all think. Thanks all :)
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