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I hate to duplicate questions, but the original was closed and I have yet to see an answer. Is it possible to schedule automated reboots/shutdowns with an AHV? Similar to what you can do in VMware vSphere with Scheduled Tasks: How to schedule a VM power state with AHV
Hi,I have a VM that the network is not working, so we will make another VM.The problem is that we need one folder storaged in the disk. Can we download this folder?I know that in VMWare you can go to the disk and copy the folder in the Hypervisor. Has Nutnix this function?Best regards,Eneko.
New to AHV, just installed this week. I have using VMware since version 2.5. Trying to deploy AHV Windows VMs from template and from AHV VMs. On both methods I get guest customization options using sysprep. I have been choosing “Guided Script” and filling out the fields for User Name, Password, Local, and Host Name. I leave the license key blank becasue we have enterpise licesing which is assigned when teh VM is joined to the domain. So far, evertime I have tried the host name does not get updated to match the Host Name I entered for the guided script. Also, in VMware guest customization you put what you want the password to be after sysprep. Fr this one is it asking for the current Administrator User/Password, or one to be updated or created by sysprep?
Hey Guys,Can anyone give the EOL information for version 6.5?In Support portal the EOL information is mentioned as “End of Maintenance and End of Support Life dates for 6.5.Z are based on the Release Date of the next LTS Release that is an Upgrade; these dates will be published at that time.”Is it recommended to upgrade to this version since EOL information is not mentioned?
We want to implement Nutanix Leap On premise between two clusters. The two cluster are installed on different locations (4km between the two sites).The two clusters are intented to be active, so each cluster must replicate VMs to each other (Cluster A → Cluster B and Cluster B → Cluster A)As per the documentation, we need an instance of Prism central on each site, which represents an Availability Zone.For easy management purposes, we want to be able to manage all the 2 clusters from a single pane of glass; is it possible to have a third Prism central instance to manage all these 2 clusters ?How this could be implemented?
I am configuring Leap on 2 remote clusters running AHV and I have performed the following :Deployed Prism Central on each cluster Enabled Nutanix Leap on each AZ Paired the 2 clusters successfully Created Protection Policies and replicated some VMs (it works properly as I am able to manually perform a restore on the target cluster)When creating a recovery plan, on network settings page, production and test failover subnets (for the remote site) are not shown and a message 'no options available' is displayed in the GUI.Please see below : Do you have an idea of what is wrong ? Is there anything missing ?Thanks.
i wants to Migrate VMs from AHV cluster to AHV Cluster, my Source AHV Cluster running on AOS 188.8.131.52 LTS and destination cluster running on 184.108.40.206 LTS, so can configure Data protection and migrate VMs from source ahv cluster to destination ahv cluster with mismatch AOS version.?
I have two clusters managed by a vCenter Server Appliance (v7.0). One of those clusters is a Nutanix cluster. All hosts in all clusters are running ESXi 6.5. There is no storage shared between the clusters. What is the best and easiest way to migrate the vCenter Appliance to the Nutanix cluster. I’m already configured to move other VMs using Enhanced Shared-Nothing vMotion and that is working fine. Can I use the same method to live migrate the vCenter Appliance to the Nutanix cluster? If possible to live migrate, should I set DRS to manual and disable HA on all clusters before live migrating the vCenter Appliance?
Hi guys,Currently working on Ansible to deploy K8s clusters through Karbon and i got a fatal issue.Ansible is version core 2.12.9, PC is 2022.1, nutanix.ncp collection has been tested in version 1.6.0 and 1.7.0 and there’s absolutely no traffic denied between ansible and PC (to sum up, everything is opened). I use this playbook, based on example provided in ansible-doc (i also tried the example, and i got the same errors in any cases) ###EDIT : i can’t add code in this post, got a banner Something gone wrong everytime ### Here’s the logs when the playbook fails (after ~5min running, from PC, ETCD deployment get stuck at 8%) : ###EDIT : i can’t add code in this post, got a banner Something gone wrong everytime ###Moreover, K8s cluster deployment through PC GUI is working smoothly. Does anyone got an idea to fix the “failed to deploy ntnx dvp” error ? Thanks a lot :) Gael
Stop the Man in the Middle Attacks.Whether you're replicating to the cloud or to a remote branch site you may not control the networking stack and to end. When you don't control the networking stack end to end or you're in an environment that simply doesn't have a firewall you can use Nutanix Native DR encryption between your Nutanix clusters. The feature is fully supported for both PD and Nutanix DR(PC) based replication.Changes will persistent after reboots of the CVMs and upon upgrades.AOS needs to be on 6.1 or higher.DR with Encryption will use 14119,14108 as additional ports that need to open bi-directional when all of the CVMS. *** Note you need to run the below steps on each cluster.To enable this featureSSH to the CVM Change the folder to bin - all the python commands need to ran from the bin directory cd bin Run the script. For PD based Replication python onwire_encryption_tool.py --enable <remote_cluster_vip> For PC/Nutanix DR Replication Enure your Prism Centrals
Planning for moving from VMware to Nutanix CE. I have 3 NUC,Skull Canyon Hades Canyon . Wall Street CanyonPlanning to populate 2x1TB ssd to each of the NUC. Before dumping money in to populate my NUCs with SSDs, i would like to check if there are any potential problem to setup a 3 host cluster with 3 different CPU architecture?
HiI have a question about VM snapshots. I dont think this is possible otherwise I’m sure it would be obvious in PE or PC but I’ll ask anyway:Can we snapshot the VM’s active memory? i.e. include the active OS memory in the snapshot, the equivalent of ESXI’s .vmem fileI’ve read up on crash vs application consistent snapshots but I dont see a mention of capturing the OS memoryThanks
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