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Xen server hardware upgrade

Posted on 2013-10-30
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Hello,,,

I have 2 physical server running Xen OS, and virtualized  using Marathon.

Sync is enabled between al VMs using Marathon everRun technology.

We need to install new hardware ( Hard disk storage) on both servers, and expand VMs C drive.


What is the best way to accomplish that with minimum downtime ?
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This CTX article should help:

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX138201

For more supporting details you can consult this:

http://djlab.com/2009/07/citrix-xenserver-expanding-local-storage/
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