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Hello, like other post i know if exist an UPS brand to graceful shutdown Nutanix clusters in Vmware enviroment. I've read that about APC, is ti working? https://next.nutanix.com/blog-40/apc-powerchute-network-shutdown-is-certified-nutanix-ready-core-management-operations-19890 Thanks in advance
Using near sync replication in AOS 5.5 means that normal snapshots on VMs cannot be initiated by external backup tools like comtrade, rubrik This is a bit of a showstopper. If we need an RPO of 15 minutes on AHV, we have to use nearsync - but then we can't backup VMs off the cluster When will Nutanix resolve this rather major downside?
We wanted to look at deploying teradata on to our vmware / nutanix environment. Does anyone have expereince with this? I'm hearing that Teradata does nto support nfs for datastores when virtualized, but the way nutanix handles disks negates a lot of the typical nfs problems. Are there any best practices to follow for teradata, and has anyone had experience with this?
Nutanix provides an external volume plug-in for Kubernetes. Kubernetes is an open source platform for automating deployment, scaling, and operation of application containers across a cluster of hosts. This cluster of hosts can be made up of cloud provider VM instances, Nutanix-hosted VMs, or bare metal servers. Kubernetes is formed with multiple VMs and a master node. This plug-in runs in a pod and dynamically provisions requested persistent volume that is compatible with the Kubernetes iSCSI volume. Nutanix then provides persistent storage for the provisioned volume. Storage classes also have provisioners which determine which volume plugin should be used for provisioning Persistent Volumes. Read more about it [url=http://bit.ly/2FhFvcg]here[/url] Try the Kubernetes Volume Plug-In with CE 5.5
Hi... I can't create a Instance in Availiable Zone on openstack portal with this error. PS: Hypervisor is an AHV on Nutanix Hardware with Nutanix openstack component (OVM) [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/nutanix-us/attachment/4133i048599DA0BB5DB47.jpg[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/nutanix-us/attachment/4131i8830D3A8300F4AAD.jpg[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/nutanix-us/attachment/4132i88F775CDCEAD1D9F.jpg[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/nutanix-us/attachment/4130iDA5975755DF2F15B.jpg[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/nutanix-us/attachment/4135iD14D5E9195705EA2.jpg[/img]
Ok Everyone, I am fairly new to the Nutanix system as our company recently decided to upgrade all server hardware to a Hyper-Converged system. Because of this, my knowledge of the backupsnapshot systems used by Nutanix is very limited, so please bear with me. So heres the issue; yesterday afternoon one of UPS burned itself up and caused a sudden power outage in our core datacenter. This location houses our primary Nutanix 4 node cluster. This is also the location where all employee profiles are stored using the Nutanix File Server system. After power was restored and th Nutanix system powered back up (took roughly 30mins) all services seemed to be restored. The next morning however, we started recieving calls about users not being able to login to the system. They are getting errors about network profiles not being available. Quicking checking the HomeShare location, we quickly determined the users home profile folder is suffering some issues. Properties shows 0bytes and all tabs a
Hi, we're starting to look at using Spark on our Nutanix cluster. Not in a huge way but to run some ETL processes in parallel. I'm under pressure to install Hadoop, or at least HDFS on the cluster but the entire concept of adding a distributed, resilient "filesystem" (actually I think it's more an object store) on top of the one already provided by Nutanix seems somewhat off. Is there a recommended way of doing this? I know that containers are exported to ESXi via NFS. Would that be usable? Would that be able to leverage stargate to access from anywhere? All I really need is a globally available volume shared between all my nodes.
Hi, We are runnning PC at 18.104.22.168 & NX cluster with AOS 5.5. While uploading meta & binary it showing error as "NOS binary version is incompatible with Registered PC" whereas on software upload showing warning as "There was a problem in retrieving the compatibility information. Please make sure that the upgrade version is compatible with your PC version."
Beyond simple docker volume support but can Nutanix bring their expertise into the CSI space to make orchestration systems like k8s aware of cluster wide storage resources? It also leads into what Nuatnix is doing to enable a K8s API conformant solution on top of the platform. I recognize that we can layer on a k8s runtime as a customer, but similar to what we see with Pivotal leveraging BOSH to make day2 k8s work there seems to be demand for integrated options. The institutional storage knowledge could really take stateful sets to the next level and BOSH as a lot of similarities to Acropolis. I know that there may be overlap with Calm when it comes to service orchestration, but k8s is becoming the defacto language for orchestrating an application delivered by containers.
Post depoying Prism Element 5.5 we added Nutanix cluster which are running AOS 5.1.3 & AOS 5.1.2. But while launching element from central it shows error unable to access prism element. This happens with IE & Chrome [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/nutanix-us/attachment/3900i23A2F35EC38600FF.png[/img]
Cool GitHub project - Kubernetes installation tools for Nutanix. Give it a try and add your comments in this forum. I'm sure [url=http://next.nutanix.com/member/profile?mid=25525]RedDevil[/url] would like to hear your feedback. Download here: [url=https://github.com/nutanix/k8s]https://github.com/nutanix/k8s[/url]
Earlier in the year we shared our Nutanix Docker Volume Plugin on the Docker store. The Nutanix Docker Volume Plugin (DVP) enables Docker Containers to use storage persistently. Normally, if a container is moved from one container machine to another, storage does not move with it. The Acropolis Container Services (ACS) provide a storage volume plugin that enables Docker deployments to be integrated with Nutanix external storage systems and enable data volumes to persist beyond the lifetime of a single container machine host. You can find it here: [url=https://tr.im/22PKN]Nutanix DVP (Docker Volume Plug-in)[/url] Hit REPLY and share your experience with others in the community!
Linux containers have been with us for a while, but companies like Docker have taken it to the mainstream in the last several years. For system administrators who manage virtual environments day to day, the introduction of containers from development teams may cause some anxiety.Should containers be treated differently, or do system administrator need to know when to deploy containers?Matt Hartley has recently published a good write up on it in Datamation.Article: Linux Containers vs Virtual MachinesOne of the first things to understand about containers vs. virtual machines is that containers are used for applications, and the virtual machines are designed for entire operating systems, and Matt mentions this in the article.You should try to keep containers to a single function.I also recently polled IT Pro's and asked if they have deployed containers yet and the vast majority said no. Are you a virtualization administrator who is exploring the idea of containers? Do you currently hav
Hi All, (Async DR, Nutanix-to-Nutanix) One of our customer are moving their DRC site to a new location, which will require IP addresses reconfiguration (to a totally different set of IPs) to their DRC Nutanix cluster. As there are already current PD snapshots in the DRC cluster (~5TB disk space), they wouldn't want to lost them upon IP addresses reconfiguration/DRC relocation. Kindly advise for any risk; and if there are risks to current PD snapshots' availability/reliability, kindly advise for any workaround.
I am migrating from ESX 6.0 to AHV 5.1.2I have successfully mounted the container from VMware and migrated a disk. When trying to start the image from the vmdk file in Prism Console than I get the following error: Booting from Hard Disk... in the boot dos screen. Regards, Onder Avcu
Hi everyone, I'm struggling to find some documents about how ahv manages the virtual machine's ram. As far as I know, it doesn't share ram among vms....but, for example, what about overhead? Is it necessary to consider some overhead in addition to guest ram?Thank you all
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