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Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Lenovo has found people buy its Qualcomm-powered always-connected PCs more for their long battery life than the fact they’re always connected. I guess S,art just don’t understand how else to give the whole device to the one VM and not the others.
I want to virtualize everything to make it easier to manage. I have extra hardware though so I may end up running it on bare metal. Phones by Shara Tibken Dec 5, I have tried ESXi 5.
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HP Smart Array P812/1GB controller – storage controller (RAID) – SAS 2 – PCIe 2.0 x8 Series
If I were to create a datastore on the MSA60 is it adray like a block device? A better solution would be to use one or both controllers since the P can address your internal disks, too and create multiple HP logical drives, placing the file server’s data in standard VMDK files. And yes, the Virtual Machine sees a block device.
By dedicating it to a single virtual machine, you’ve added complexity to the setup with no performance or manageability advantage. Solsman Dec 12, Great features and good sound, but fills a narrow niche Great features and good sound, but fills a narrow niche by Ty Pendlebury.
That said, by doing this anyway, you’re losing a lot of the benefits of virtualisation unless you’re going to implement some kind of replication system.
Why would want to implement the complexity of passing it through. But ensure all updates are in place before trying the passthrough again.
Smagt that, you’ll have a single management plane.
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