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  • cloudblab 10:21 pm on August 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Create a Windows-XP VM using OpenNebula 3.6.0 in Ubuntu 12.04 with iSCSI datastore 

    Create a Windows-XP VM using OpenNebula 3.6.0 in Ubuntu 12.04 with iSCSI datastore.

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  • cloudblab 10:20 pm on August 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Create a Windows-XP VM using OpenNebula 3.6.0 in Ubuntu 12.04 with iSCSI datastore 

    Tasks in a nutshell:
    1. To install OpenNebula 3.6.0 in Ubuntu 12.04 Server
    2. To prepare a Ubuntu 12.04 machine as a iSCSI target
    3. To prepare a Ubuntu 12.04 machine as OpenNebula Node and install
    iSCSI initiator in it.
    4. To create a iSCSI Datastore and save a WINXP qcow2 image in it.
    5. To create a Windows-XP VM
    6. To add an additional DATABLOCK image to iSCSI Datastore and attach the
    same to running Windows XP VM
    7. To add an additional DATABLOCK to Default shared storage and attach the
    same to running Windows XP VM

    OPENNEBULA 3.6.0 in UBUNTU 12.04 – WindowsXP -iscsi Datastore

     
    • bala 3:55 pm on December 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Hello Sir,

      I try to create onehost at onevmhost server part….. i cannt create…it shows like..

      oneadmin@onevmhost:~$ onehost create onevmhost –im im_kvm –vm vmm_kvm –net dummy
      Connection refused – connect(2)

      Give me some suggestion…

      Regards,
      R.Balasubramaniyan

    • bala 7:29 pm on January 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Hello Sir,
      After very big battle i deployed vm in iscsi remote machine….. In this journey i learned more… This article is very good….. I would like to mention of EBS concept in aws, like that you made datablock attach to an windows that is super sir….. i am very happy at the end of this deployment of windows vm in iscsi and attache data block to that vm……

      And thanks once again for this article….

      Regards,
      R.Balasubramaniyan
      9444818830

      • Bala 1:39 pm on January 4, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Good to know that bala. Nice that you kept the battle on and implemented. Good luck for other experiments

    • Michael 3:07 pm on March 22, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Really Nice Documentation!!

      • cloudblab 9:33 pm on March 22, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Thank You Michael. Such comments will encourage me to publish more.

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