Xenserver 6.5 add local storage
Jul 24, 2009 Citrix Xenserver Expanding Local Storage. Posted on July 24, 2009 by Randy. Twice now, I have had the (dis)pleasure of expanding our local storage on a couple of XenServer boxes. In a nutshell, here is how it works: 1. Expand physical disk (add more RAID members, ect). Use the procedure specific to your RAID card. 2.This article describes how to introduce a local Storage repository (SR) on XenServer. The XenServer database has become corrupt or your XenServer does not see the local SR. Instructions. Complete the following procedure: Do a pvscan to get the Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) of an existing SR on a local disk. This example uses UUID xenserver 6.5 add local storage
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For information on configuring local ext3 storage, refer to Local EXT3 in Citrix XenServer Administrator's Guide. To Copy Virtual Machines (VMs) to the New Storage. When you copy a VM from one storage to another, and plan to use this new copy, ensure that you manually change the MAC address on the interface to the one that was used previously. Add Another Local Disk on XenServer as a new Storage Repository. from xenserver console: fdisk l. that should return an error like this: Disk devsdb doesn'txenserver 6.5 add local storage hi, i would like to add some local hot swap data drives with ntfs data to my xen 6. 5 serverthose drives should then be directly available for any VM i have been looking through several articles but never found a usefull solution (assuming this is possible) i have the devsdx identification, the