xe vm-disk-add device=<disk position number> disk-size=< KiB, MiB, GiB or TiB> sr-uuid=<SR-UUID> vm=<VM-UUID>
You can change the name of the disk from XenCenter.
-1. Open an elevated PowerSell session.
2. Install-Module PendingReboot ( Internet access required on DDC machine )
3 . Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy “Unrestricted”)
4. Import-Module PendingReboot
5. Test-PendingReboot -detailed
6 – Delete the registry key mentioned in the Powershell output.
7- Now the DDC, can be upgraded without restart prompt.
“This started an interesting conversation in IBM, where LinuxOne came to us and said they wanted to work with us,” Charley Cooper, managing director at R3, said in an interview. “If you’re a highly complex, heavily regulated industry, and you want the best technology but you want the name brands to take to your risk manager to say, ‘Trust us, we’re picking the best vendors,’ now they’ve got the best of both worlds.”
SAN FRANCISCO, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Open Mainframe Project (OMP), an open source initiative that enables collaboration across the mainframe community to develop shared tool sets and resources, today announces the complete schedule of the inaugural Open Mainframe Summit. The virtual event takes place September 16-17 and will feature Ross Mauri, General Manager of IBM Z and LinuxONE at IBM; Greg Lotko, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mainframe Division at Broadcom; Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger; and The Linux Foundation’s Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, and John Mertic, Director of Program Management.
Open Mainframe Summit will focus on all open source projects and technologies impacting the mainframe. The event enables a collaborative environment that offers seasoned professionals, developers, students and leaders a forum to share best practices, discuss hot topics, and network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about the mainframe industry.
Conference Sessions Include:
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About the Open Mainframe Project
The Open Mainframe Project is intended to serve as a focal point for deployment and use of Linux and Open Source in a mainframe computing environment. With a vision of Open Source on the Mainframe as the standard for enterprise class systems and applications, the project’s mission is to build community and adoption of Open Source on the mainframe by eliminating barriers to Open Source adoption on the mainframe, demonstrating value of the mainframe on technical and business levels, and strengthening collaboration points and resources for the community to thrive. Learn more about the project at https://www.openmainframeproject.org.
About The Linux Foundation
The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history. Founded in 2000, The Linux Foundation today provides tools, training and events to scale any open source project, which together deliver an economic impact not achievable by any one company. More information can be found at www.linuxfoundation.org.
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This article describes how to remove a Storage Repository (SR) on a XenServer host when the Storage Repository is experiencing issues, or if you wish to discontinue using the Storage Repository.
A XenServer Storage Repository is used to Store ISOs or Virtual Machine (VM) Virtual Disks (VDIs). The Storage Repository is connected to a XenServer through a Physical Block Device (PBD) which contains the configuration for the Storage Repository. It is necessary to disconnect the PBD before you detach or remove the Storage Repository from the XenServer host.
We are looking to move our PGP command line from a physical server onto a VM that is hosted on VMMare Metro Clustering. Are there still licence implications if the host was to move from one ESX Host to another ? We don’t want to go down route of setting affinity rules to tie to one particular ESX host.