Yes, we are using vMotion with our ESX hosts. It involved writing a custom provisioning module which is slated to be part of the next VCL release.
The short version is that all of the ESX hosts are put into a single vCenter host, and the VCL communicates only with that single host (even though there may be many physical hosts). Then when VMware vMotions a machine, the VCL neither knows nor cares that this happened. Aaron -- Aaron Coburn Systems Administrator and Programmer Academic Technology Services, Amherst College acob...@amherst.edu On Mar 28, 2012, at 11:12 AM, Anu Chirinos wrote: > Hello, > > Is anybody dealing with VCL and ESX Vmotion underneath? Has anybody done any > research or work on this? > > > Anu Chirinos > UTS - Operations and Enterprise Systems > Florida International University > Office (305) 348-0275 Cell (786) 712-9025 >
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