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installing HP support pack on virtual machines

we use vmware on the network so we have Virtual servers. the physical Hosts are HP machines.
I wonder if we can install HP support pack in the virtual machine if so how do I know which type of support pack the machine needs?


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andyalderCommented:
No, support pack tries to talk to real hardware and VMware does not allow it.

You can install the support pack for VMware on the host platform, for example http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/family/model/6213.html?lang=en&cc=us lists VMware 2.5 and 3.0

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jskfanAuthor Commented:
I can see some of our virtual servers showing up on SIM. do you think these machines used to be physical machines and were converted to virtual machines? if so would they still show up on SIM?
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andyalderCommented:
They'll still show up because SIM is a database and has stored previous data from them. You'll find if you launch Systems Management Homepage from SIM you'll either not be able to connect (since it may get uninstalled during migration) or you connect but get no hardware information, only OS info.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
so how to update SIM? I think it's misleading if the servers that have been converted to virtual machines still sow up there.
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lnkevinCommented:
it's misleading if the servers that have been converted to virtual machines .....

If your server has been converted to virtual machine, it should check the column VM (virtual machine). If not, you can delete it and re-discover the server manually. Option --> Discovery -->Manual

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