We currently have 2 Hyper-v hosts (IBM X series) with local attached storage. In total we have 14 VM's.
Each VM acts as a RDP Host and provides access to an ERP Solution based on SQL & MS Access.
We had some issues lately with local drives and we are looking into replacing our DAS with a entry level SAN cfr IBM v3700. (We like to do live migration , replication....)
The SAN should host all 14VM's . The 2 hosts don't have an SAS HBA to connect with the SAN. So the only option would be to use the 1GB iScsi port. Would this be fast enough to provide access to all of our VM's ? Or should we consider to buy an IBM 6Gb SAS HBA for each host ?
For the replication part we want to use Veeam backup & replication on a 3rd host seperate host. The backup repository should also be on the SAN if possible.
Can you provide use some advice what would be the best scenario ?
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This is similar to the error described in my previous Article, but with a different source problem and a different solution. When trying to scan and stage the ESXi 6.0 updates using VMware Update Manager, we can get "error code 90"
How to install and configure Citrix XenApp 6.5 - Part 1. In this video tutorial we have explained step by step installation of Citrix XenApp 6.5 Server on Windows Server 2008 R2 is explained in this video.
We have explained the difference between…
In this video tutorial I show you the main steps to install and configure a VMware ESXi6.0 server.
The video has my comments as text on the screen and you can pause anytime when needed.
Hope this will be helpful.
Verify that your hardware and BIO…