2 Use XenCenter to access the XenServer hosts console or use secure shell ssh

2 use xencenter to access the xenserver hosts console

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2. Use XenCenter to access the XenServer host's console, or use secure shell (ssh) to login directly. 3. Mount the Supplemental Pack image. Depending on whether the driver disk is still in ISO form, or has been burnt to CD, the directory to be mounted will vary. For a CD-ROM, use: mkdir -p /mnt/tmp mount /dev/ < path-to-cd-rom > /mnt/tmp cd /mnt/tmp/ ./install.sh cd / umount /mnt/tmp To install from an ISO use the following method: mkdir -p /mnt/tmp mount /dev/ < path-to-iso > /mnt/tmp cd /mnt/tmp/ ./install.sh cd / umount /mnt/tmp
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23 6.2. Integration Requirements for SCVMM To enable integration with SCVMM following configuration is required: A host running SCVMM. A XenServer host with storage and networking pre-configured using XenCenter. The Integration Suite Supplemental Pack must be installed on each XenServer host that you want to manage with SCVMM (either at installation or post-installation). Use SCVMM to connect to and manage your XenServer hosts. 6.3. Integration Requirements for SCOM To enable integration with SCOM the following configuration is required: A host running SCOM. A XenServer host with storage and networking pre-configured using XenCenter. The Integration Suite Supplemental Pack must be installed on each XenServer host that you want to monitor with SCOM (either at installation or post-installation). On each XenServer that you want to monitor with SCOM, on a web browser go to http:// < host.ip.address > /scom Where < host.ip.address > is the IP address or host name of the XenServer host. Follow the on screen step by step instructions to install the SCOM Management Pack and to add a XenServer to SCOM.
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24 Chapter 7. Upgrading XenServer This chapter documents how to upgrade your XenServer deployment using XenCenter and the xe CLI. It guides you through upgrading your XenServer hosts — both pooled and standalone — automatically (using the XenCenter Rolling Pool Upgrade wizard) and manually. XenServer hosts must be running at least version 5.6 in order to upgrade directly to version 6.2.0. For example, to upgrade from version 5.5 to version 6.2.0, you must first upgrade version 5.5 to version 5.6 (or to version 5.6 Feature Pack 1 or 5.6 Service Pack 2), and then upgrade version 5.6 (or version 5.6 Feature Pack 1 or 5.6 Service Pack 2) to version 6.2.0, and so on. If you are upgrading to a feature pack or service pack , XenServer permits a direct upgrade from the preceding release. For example, you can upgrade directly from version 5.5 to version 5.6 Feature Pack 1, or from version 5.5 to version 5.6 Service Pack 2. The following table lists the upgrade path from previous versions of XenServer: Version Direct upgrade to XenServer 6.2.0? XenServer 6.1.0 Yes XenServer 6.0.2 Yes XenServer 6.0 Yes XenServer 5.6, 5.6 Feature Pack 1, 5.6 Service Pack 2 Yes XenServer 5.5 No. You must first upgrade to XenServer version 5.6 (or to version 5.6 Feature Pack 1 or 5.6 Service Pack 2) and then to 6.2.0.
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