Change ESXi Host ip address from vSphere web client or VMware ESXI
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Register the vSphere Replication appliance with the SSO service. Register the vSphere Replication Appliance with vCenter Single Sign-On on both the source and the target sites. After you deploy the vSphere Replication appliance, you use the Virtual Appliance Management Interface (VAMI) to register the endpoint and the certificate of the vSphere Replication Management Server with the vCenter Lookup Service, and to register the vSphere Replication solution user with the vCenter Single Sign-On administration server. Procedure 1 Use a supported browser to log in to the vSphere Replication VAMI. The URL for the VAMI is https://vr-appliance-address:5480. 2 Type the root user name and password for the appliance. You configured the root password during the OVF deployment of the vSphere Replication appliance. 3 Click the Configuration tab. 4 In the LookupService Address text box, enter the IP address or domain name of the server where the lookup service runs. 5 Enter the credentials of a user with administrator privileges to vCenter Single Sign-On. 6 Click Save and Restart Service. vSphere Replication appears on the Home tab in the vSphere Web Client.
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Configure vSphere Replication Connections between two sites To use vSphere Replication between two sites managed by different vCenter Server instances, you need to configure a connection between the two vSphere Replication appliances. Procedure 1 Click vSphere Replication in the Navigator tree of the vSphere Web Client. 2 Under vSphere Replication, click the Home tab. 3 Click Manage. 4 Click Target Sites, and click the Connect to target site icon ( ). 5 Select a target site option. 6 Select the remote site to which you want to connect, and click OK. Done.
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How to install VMware vSphere replication 6.5 Prerequisites Download the vSphere Replication ISO image and mount it on a system in your environment. Procedure 1 Log in to the vSphere Web Client on the source site. 2 Select vCenter -- Hosts and Clusters. 3 Right-click a host and select Deploy OVF template. 4 Provide the location of the OVF file from which to deploy the vSphere Replication appliance, and click Next. select Local file -- Browse and navigate to the \bin directory in the ISO image, and select the vSphere_Replication_OVF10.ovf, vSphere_Replication-system.vmdk, and vSphere_Replication-support.vmdk files. 6 Accept the end user license agreements (EULA) and click Next. 7 Select a network from the list of available networks, set the IP protocol and IP allocation, and click Next. vSphere Replication supports both DHCP and static IP addresses. You can also change network settings later after installation. 8 Set the password for the root account for the customized template, and click Next. The password must be at least eight characters long. 9 Review the binding to the vCenter Extension vService and click Next. 10 Review the settings and click Finish. The vSphere Replication appliance is deployed. 11 Power on the vSphere Replication appliance. Take a note of the IP address of the appliance.
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$ hostname The procedure to change the computer name on Ubuntu Linux: 1. Type the following command to edit /etc/hostname using nano or vi text editor: sudo nano /etc/hostname Delete the old name and setup new name. 2. Next Edit the /etc/hosts file: sudo nano /etc/hosts Replace any occurrence of the existing computer name with your new one. 3. Reboot the system to changes take effect: sudo reboot
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Extend a logical volume in a virtual machine - Expand hard drive Linux
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