Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-03-08 Thread John Meinel
We've done some digging on this. It turns out that we can fairly easily request VSphere to deploy the best version it knows about (ESXi 5.5 supports 10, 6.0 supports 11, 6.5 supports 13). It is fairly easy to change our descriptor to request any of them, and we saw that 6.0 picked 11 and ignored

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-03-08 Thread John Meinel
We've done some digging on this. It turns out that we can fairly easily request VSphere to deploy the best version it knows about (ESXi 5.5 supports 10, 6.0 supports 11, 6.5 supports 13). It is fairly easy to change our descriptor to request any of them, and we saw that 6.0 picked 11 and ignored

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-07 Thread Mark Shuttleworth
Seems we should support a range of widely used versions, rather than only the latest. Mark On 02/07/2018 04:24 AM, Ian Booth wrote: > Hi Daniel > > The Juju vSphere provider currently only supports hardware version 10, but 14 > is > now the most recent according to the VMWare website. If we

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-07 Thread Mark Shuttleworth
Seems we should support a range of widely used versions, rather than only the latest. Mark On 02/07/2018 04:24 AM, Ian Booth wrote: > Hi Daniel > > The Juju vSphere provider currently only supports hardware version 10, but 14 > is > now the most recent according to the VMWare website. If we

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-06 Thread Daniel Bidwell
Yes, that would be great!  I am sure that 14 will become available soon with a patch to vmware.  We are vmware version 6.5 which only presents us with version 13.  There are supposed to be some significant performance improvements between 10 and 13. On Wed, 2018-02-07 at 12:24 +1000, Ian Booth

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-06 Thread Daniel Bidwell
Yes, that would be great!  I am sure that 14 will become available soon with a patch to vmware.  We are vmware version 6.5 which only presents us with version 13.  There are supposed to be some significant performance improvements between 10 and 13. On Wed, 2018-02-07 at 12:24 +1000, Ian Booth

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-06 Thread Ian Booth
Hi Daniel The Juju vSphere provider currently only supports hardware version 10, but 14 is now the most recent according to the VMWare website. If we were simply to track and support the most recent hardware version, would that work for you? On 05/02/18 12:38, Daniel Bidwell wrote: > Is there

Re: juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-06 Thread Ian Booth
Hi Daniel The Juju vSphere provider currently only supports hardware version 10, but 14 is now the most recent according to the VMWare website. If we were simply to track and support the most recent hardware version, would that work for you? On 05/02/18 12:38, Daniel Bidwell wrote: > Is there

juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-04 Thread Daniel Bidwell
Is there anyway to make the vsphere controller to deploy vms with hardware vm version 13 instead of version 10? -- Daniel Bidwell -- Juju mailing list Juju@lists.ubuntu.com Modify settings or unsubscribe at: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/juju

juju deploys with a vsphere controller using hardware vm version 10

2018-02-04 Thread Daniel Bidwell
Is there anyway to make the vsphere controller to deploy vms with hardware vm version 13 instead of version 10? -- Daniel Bidwell -- Juju-dev mailing list Juju-dev@lists.ubuntu.com Modify settings or unsubscribe at: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/juju-dev