I've just published on github/gist a very simple ICS event notifier by email. Feel free to use/modify it.
"Object Storage (also known as object-based storage) is a storage architecture that manages data as objects, as opposed to other storage architectures like file systems which manage data as a file hierarchy and block storage which manages data as blocks within sectors and tracks." Source: Wikipedia-en
ovh.com has been providing for a few weeks ...
In this article, we will see how to create, commit, revert-to virtual machine snapshots from ESXi command line. We will also talk about the very useful "linked clones" that are related to the snapshot feature.
You only need to have a running VM on the ESXi and to know its Vmid:
vim-cmd vmsvc/getallvms ...
Now that we've seen how to create a nested-ESXi on virtualbox, we may need to have some content in order to test commands of procedures.
To create a local datastore, you'll have to add a new virtual disk to your nested ESXi:
First step is to create a SATA ...
For testing cases it could be very useful to host a nested (= virtualized) VMware ESXi on your desk or laptop machine. For my own needs, I had to install an ESXi on virtualbox. Here is my tutorial.
In order to install an ESXi 5.5 you'll have to provide:
- 64-bit x86 processor ...
You need to have an OpenShift account: if not, create a new one.
Secondly, you need to install and configure
rhc tools on your computer:
gem install rhc rhc setup
Thirdly, you ...
I've just pushed a new "github-hosted" project : openshift-py
With the container, you can simply deploy your "work in progress" Openshift application in a docker container to test it, or ...
If you use VMware vSphere environments since more than 2 or 3 days, you should already be aware about the "Template" concept. In this case, jump to the next section of this post.
According to VMware vSphere Documentation:
A template is a master copy of a virtual machine that can be used to create many ...
Un petit article plus, pour me rappeler moi même de la manipulation que pour vraiment générer du contenu sur ce blog. Ce matin j'ai eu à changer, sur un vCenter Server, le mot de passe par lequel le service communique avec sa base de données, voici la manipulation.
Changer l'utilisateur de BDD
La version 1.1.0 de #Docker apporte, entres autres nouveautés, le support d'un fichier .dockerignore lors de la construction d'une image. Ce simple fichier va largement simplifier la gestion des répertoires présents autour du Dockerfile et probablement réduire le temps de préparation de la phase de construction.
Avant le support ...