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Import hyper-v images into Cloudstack and Xenserver

Yesterday I had quite a trouble when trying to upload a datavolume in Cloudstack. Actually it was a fixed size VHD image, that I created with hyper-v. 427 more words


Cloudstack volume import disaster

Today I had a tough issue with Cloudstack 4.4, with Xenserver 6.2.
I prepared a new VHD for a VM, and uploaded to Cloudstack (Storage->Upload volume). 581 more words


XenServer Virtual Machine Performance Utility

PerformanceVM (aka StormVM) is virtual machine, built on Debian Linux, prepacked (XenServer XVA format) by Citrix that helps troubleshoot storage I/O and network I/O performance issues. 150 more words


How Nvidia vGPU is sharing compute power and how to monitor and manage it. (updated)

UPDATE 2. SEPTEMBER 2014! I’ve received updated information about this topic from NVidia and Citrix, so this is a completely rewritten blogpost.

With Nvidia and Citrix Xenserver vGPU, a GPU is shared between a numbers of virtual machines. 1,063 more words


Manually updating a Dell server drivers using the Server Update Utility provided by Dell

Quick notes on how to update a Dell Server (R610) running Linux (XenServer) with the latest Dell Server Update Utility ISO (SUU_730_x32_Q22013_A01.iso) from the… 213 more words


Finding network driver version on Citrix XenServer (Linux)

To list all the PCI hardware devices, use:

lspci -v

Look for your network controller.  Once located, look for the Kernel modules section which will note the driver module. 33 more words