all,This week Ive tested out a few ways to do a P2V on a rather ancient CentOS6 server, in order to move it to a Hyper-V host.So far my tests have failed rather spectacularly. Initially I was set on doing a simple dd-routine, but was told that the ser..
I would really appreciate some help/guidance with this problem. First of all sorry for the long message. I would file a bug, but do not know if it is my fault, dm-cache, qemu or (probably) a combination of both. And i can imagine some of you have t..
listmates,I have encountered a rather peculiar situation.We have a CentOS 6 VM (64 bit) running on a VMware vSphere 5.5 server. It was running just fine until one day I decided to reboot it and it just would not boot up. Effectively, dracut failed..
Chris Murphy wrote:In that case, wouldnt it be more precise to say: CentOS-7 doesnt support dual boot if you are using LVM?It seems to me to work reasonably well with ext4. Does it work with LVM if you have a separate ext4 /boot ..
I have two identical servers in hardware. I installed both with CentOS. I did LVM snapshots before updating to test LVM merging. On one server I merged all filesystems during boot because they where mounted when I merged. The other server I did the snapsho..
Greetings -I am preparing to order a new desktop system for work.In general the new system will be a Dell Precision T3610 with two 3 TB drives.I plan on installing CentOS 7 as a KVM host, with virtual machines for Win 7 Pro and Linux Mint.I am look..
After upgrading the kernel package, my CentOS 7 server didnt boot. Here is a small summary:old kernel = kernel-3.10.0-123.4.4.el7.x86_64 (everything just fine)new kernel = kernel-3.10.0-123.6.3.el7.x86_64root partition is on a primary partition, ..
all,Im not sure if this is the right place to ask, but its worth a shot.I have installed CentOS 6.5 on one of our servers, and have just installed SolusVM.I have also set up LVM, with a PV on /dev/sda4 (which is GPT formatted, and3.12TB is size)…
so, I installed a c6 system offsite today, had to do it in a hurry. box has 2 disks meant to be mirrored…I couldnt figure out how to get anaconda to build a LVM root on a mirror, so I ended up just installing a /boot and vg_system on sda and raid..
This idea is intruiging…Suppose one has a set of file servers called A, B, C, D, and so forth, all running CentOS 6.5 64-bit, all being interconnected with 10GbE. These file servers can be divided into identical pairs, so A is the same configurat..