I have used the trial version of VMWare ESXi 5 and really enjoy the easiness. Now I downloaded the latest RHEV iso and installed the hypervisor on my server. I have another workstation where I have Centos 6.4 64-bit. Since I don't subscribe to RHEL, I am wondering if it's possible to install RHEV-m on Centos or I must purchase a license RHEL since I need RHN account to install RHEV-m?
I'm trialing RHEV and have a lab that I work on.. I usually use VMware on this lab, but as my VMware setup uses autodeploy, I can install RHEV on the nodes of my cluster and boot from RHEV or change boot order and PXE boot back to ESXi.
So far so good, added my hosts in the cluster, I have an old CX200 direct attach SAN that still works well and has a couple of terabytes of storage.
Somebody had tried to do a rebuild of RedHat Storage Server 2.0 and
RHEV 3.2 hypervisor with CentOS? Mock is an option to accomplish this?
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Microsoft has killed Windows Small Business Server development, trimming the Windows Server 2012 lineup to four editions: Datacenter, Standard, Essentials and Foundation. The takeaway: Microsoft is striving to shift small business customers to Office 365 and cloud services. But is Windows SBS really dead?
It's been since 12:30 pm est 4.16.2014 till the early hours here at 2:46 am est since our site has been down for hours or intermittently.
Our launch of products, our school students, our campaigns are ruined. We would like HostGator management to explain or is it too shameful thru avoidance for business management to really step up to the plate.
I'm currently testing Windows 7 x64 within our business ahead of finally moving all computers off of Windows XP.
Everything seemed to go swimmingly until recently my desktop has been unable to connect to printers managed by our print management server, which is a Server 2003 R2 machine (the sole-remaining one, also our TS, awaiting upgrade).
The printers are usually deployed via Group Policy to