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  1. 1. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 1 Halfmode Software Report Xenserver Configuration Prepared by Some User Halfmode Software Some st Some Town Manchester UK M30 5TU
  2. 2. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 2 Table of Contents Virtual Machines............................................................................................................3 Virtual Machine Virtual NICs (VIF) .............................................................................9 Host Configuration.......................................................................................................11 NIC Bond Configuration..............................................................................................13 Network Configuration................................................................................................14 Storage Repository.......................................................................................................16 Hosts with Running VMs.............................................................................................18 VM with Snapshots......................................................................................................19 VDI Virtual Disk Images .............................................................................................20 VM with Virtual Block Devices ..................................................................................25 Pool Information..........................................................................................................29 Template List ...............................................................................................................30 Document Terms..........................................................................................................40
  3. 3. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 3 Virtual Machines Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5 Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 256 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 20:18:51 Startup time: 16/08/2009 22:18:20 Time of last shutdown: 20090817T13:25:39Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID cf9e45a1-f98b-9a1d-db07-c9f69cae0216 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 0 Virtual Machine Name: DC2 Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 256 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 14/08/2009 17:40:30 Startup time: 16/08/2009 19:50:54 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:54:49Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID 170810ef-6bf0-9b8a-e466-526b2c3bb6f9 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 169.254.248.77 Virtual Machine Name: Windows XP SP2 (1) Decription: VM Power State: Halted
  4. 4. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 4 Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 512 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 20:11:20 Startup time: 17/08/2009 20:52:53 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:55:18Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID 34fb1356-d763-5ad1-f372-aea38cee75ca OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows XP Professional|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHar ddisk0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 169.254.22.131 Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (1) Decription: This is a Test machine VM Power State: Running Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 512 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 20/07/2009 12:24:22 Startup time: 22/08/2009 18:21:07 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:55:46Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID 3b451a60-3649-9ac9-359c- 9d1730aa2e2b OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 192.168.0.64 Virtual Machine Name: Win2K3-4GB Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 2 Max Amount of Memory: 4096
  5. 5. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 5 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 17/08/2009 20:50:34 Startup time: 17/08/2009 21:18:48 Time of last shutdown: 20090817T21:19:56Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID 6d99e519-de27-cb88-adb3-03f3595f26c9 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 192.168.0.122 Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (2) Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 2048 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 20:08:10 Startup time: 17/08/2009 13:26:44 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:55:01Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID d70572f1-80bd-754f-1b10-f7e781cb6669 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 169.254.60.98 Virtual Machine Name: XP3 Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 256 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 22:34:45
  6. 6. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 6 Startup time: 16/08/2009 22:34:54 Time of last shutdown: 20090817T13:25:25Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID e7a72690-ea08-cdd2-30c7-293736ffed79 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows XP Professional|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHar ddisk0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 192.168.0.121 Virtual Machine Name: w2k3-xen3 (1) Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 2 Max Amount of Memory: 6144 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 17/08/2009 21:20:43 Startup time: 17/08/2009 21:20:48 Time of last shutdown: 20090817T21:18:42Z Reason for Shutdown: rebooted UUID 1ef55c07-604e-f352-68cf-df636a9abbb0 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 0 Virtual Machine Name: XP2 Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 512 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 22:34:06 Startup time: 17/08/2009 21:19:12 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:55:35Z Reason for Shutdown: halted
  7. 7. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 7 UUID 3997e248-a8dd-2836-224c-f362f5fde17d OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows XP Professional|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHar ddisk0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 169.254.111.59 Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5-s2 Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 256 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 22:33:36 Startup time: 16/08/2009 22:33:48 Time of last shutdown: 20090817T13:26:11Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID 9bb2c917-0a86-b3f7-6fca-388dc6429ace Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 0 Virtual Machine Name: DomainController1 Decription: VM Power State: Running Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 256 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 26/07/2009 10:51:32 Startup time: 22/08/2009 18:31:29 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:55:11Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID da6f2dc4-43d2-b359-8a04-4f57f51b3737 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 169.254.2.250
  8. 8. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 8 Virtual Machine Name: DC4 Decription: VM Power State: Halted Amount of VCPUs: 1 Max Amount of Memory: 256 Min Amount of Memory: 16 Date of install: 16/08/2009 20:15:33 Startup time: 16/08/2009 20:15:56 Time of last shutdown: 20090822T14:55:29Z Reason for Shutdown: halted UUID 04454b6a-7561-43aa-3d9e- 81f6bdc24616 OS version and System disk: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|C:WINDOWS|DeviceHarddisk 0Partition1 Number of Xentools Visible VIFs: 1 IP Address: 169.254.33.185
  9. 9. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 9 Virtual Machine Virtual NICs (VIF) Virtual Machine Name: w2k3-xen3 (1) MAC Address: 8a:5b:0b:18:a3:7e MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5-s2 MAC Address: 86:9f:34:d0:f5:3f MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: Win2K3-4GB MAC Address: b6:48:2e:fc:44:82 MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: DomainController1 MAC Address: 8a:db:e1:de:13:5c MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: True Virtual Machine Name: XP3 MAC Address: 82:42:c4:8d:dd:5f MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (1) MAC Address: f6:17:3f:1b:c3:2e MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: True Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5 MAC Address: e6:2f:93:78:0f:6a MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: XP2 MAC Address: 92:b4:1c:95:29:45 MTU: 0
  10. 10. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 10 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows XP SP2 (1) MAC Address: de:5b:f7:c3:4d:dc MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (2) MAC Address: 2e:a9:c9:42:bf:06 MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: DC2 MAC Address: 42:60:1d:46:31:f6 MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False Virtual Machine Name: DC4 MAC Address: 1a:68:af:97:2b:47 MTU: 0 Is VIF currently attached: False
  11. 11. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 11 Host Configuration Xenserver Name: xenserver.halfmode.local Hostname: xenserver.halfmode.local Is Host alive: True IP address: 192.168.0.58 Total Host Memory: 2023 Host Memory Free: 838 Number CPU cores: 2 CPU Core Number: 0 CPU Core Vendor: GenuineIntel CPU Core Model Name: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU U7600 @ 1.20GHz CPU Core Speed: 1197 CPU Core Stepping Revesion: 13 CPU Core Family: 6 CPU Core Number: 1 CPU Core Vendor: GenuineIntel CPU Core Model Name: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU U7600 @ 1.20GHz CPU Core Speed: 1197 CPU Core Stepping Revesion: 13 CPU Core Family: 6 ISCSI IQN Name: iqn.2009-07.com.example:fcf526e8 Number of Allowed Operations: 5 Allowed Operation: vm_migrate Allowed Operation: evacuate Allowed Operation: provision Allowed Operation: vm_resume Allowed Operation: vm_start Xenserver version: 5.5.0 Build Number: 15119p Kernel version: 2.6.18-128.1.6.el5.xs5.5.0.496.1012xen API version: XenSource
  12. 12. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 12 Number of Physical Block Devices (PBD): 5 Physical Block Devices: //192.168.0.11/iso Physical Block Devices: /dev/xapi/cd Physical Block Devices: /opt/xensource/packages/iso Physical Block Devices: /dev/xapi/block Physical Block Devices: /dev/disk/by-id/ata- TOSHIBA_MK8009GAH_48DIW561W -part3 Number of Physical NICs (PIF): 2 PIF IP Address: PIF Netmask: PIF DHCP/Static: None PIF MAC Address: 00:1e:68:37:59:06 PIF DNS servers: PIF Gateway: PIF Domain: halfmode.local PIF VLAN ID: -1 PIF MTU: 1500 PIF Device: eth0 Is PIF attached: False PIF Device Name: 82566MM Gigabit Network Connection PIF Device ID: 1049 PIF Vendor Name: Intel Corporation PIF Vendor ID: 8086 PIF Speed: 1000 PIF is set to duplex: True PIF PCI Bus: 0000:00:19.0 PIF Carrier: True PIF IP Address: 192.168.0.58 PIF Netmask: 255.255.255.0 PIF DHCP/Static: Static PIF MAC Address: 00:1e:68:37:59:06 PIF DNS servers: 192.168.0.10,192.168.0.1 PIF Gateway: 192.168.0.1
  13. 13. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 13 NIC Bond Configuration Bond Number: 1 Bond Parent: xenserver3.halfmode.local Bond members by MAC: | 00:04:23:ce:5c:94 | 00:04:23:ce:5c:95 Bond Number: 2 Bond Parent: xenserver2.halfmode.local Bond members by MAC: | 00:04:23:c2:02:7f | 00:04:23:c2:02:7e Bond Number: 3 Bond Parent: xenserver.halfmode.local Bond members by MAC: | 00:1e:68:37:59:06
  14. 14. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 14 Network Configuration Network Name: Pool-wide network associated with eth1 Network Description: Number of connected PIFs: 0 Number of connected VIFs: 0 Network Name: Bond 0+1 Network Description: Number of connected PIFs: 3 Host Member: xenserver3.halfmode.local Host Member: xenserver.halfmode.local Host Member: xenserver2.halfmode.local Number of connected VIFs: 0 Network Name: Interlan Network Description: Number of connected PIFs: 0 Number of connected VIFs: 13 VM Member: Windows Server 2003 (1) VM Member: XP2 VM Member: Win2K3-4GB VM Member: XP3 VM Member: w2k3-xen3 (1) VM Member: Windows Server 2003 (2) VM Member: DC2 VM Member: DomainController1 VM Member: RHEL5 VM Member: Snapshot of XP VM Member: DC4 VM Member: RHEL5-s2 VM Member: Windows XP SP2 (1) Network Name: Pool-wide network associated with eth0 Network Description: Number of connected PIFs: 3
  15. 15. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 15 Host Member: xenserver3.halfmode.local Host Member: xenserver.halfmode.local Host Member: xenserver2.halfmode.local Number of connected VIFs: 4 VM Member: test VM Member: Snapw2k3-xen3 VM Member: Snapshot of RHEL5 VM Member: Test snapshot for report Network Name: Guest installer network Network Description: Network on which guests will get assigned a private local IP address Number of connected PIFs: 0 Number of connected VIFs: 1 VM Member: XenSource P2V Server Network Name: Pool-wide network associated with eth1 Network Description: Number of connected PIFs: 2 Host Member: xenserver2.halfmode.local Host Member: xenserver3.halfmode.local Number of connected VIFs: 0
  16. 16. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 16 Storage Repository Xenserver Name: xenserver.halfmode.local Storage Repository Name: ISO Storage Repository Description: CIFS ISO Library [192.168.0.11iso] Storage Repository Usage: 146 GB Storage Repository Size: 204 GB Storage Repository Name: DVD drives Storage Repository Description: Physical DVD drives Storage Repository Usage: 1 GB Storage Repository Size: 1 GB Storage Repository Name: XenServer Tools Storage Repository Description: XenServer Tools ISOs Storage Repository Usage: 0 GB Storage Repository Size: 0 GB Storage Repository Name: Removable storage Storage Repository Description: Storage Repository Usage: 0 GB Storage Repository Size: 0 GB Storage Repository Name: Local storage Storage Repository Description: Storage Repository Usage: 45 GB Storage Repository Size: 72 GB Xenserver Name: xenserver2.halfmode.local Storage Repository Name: Local storage Storage Repository Description: Storage Repository Usage: 73 GB Storage Repository Size: 196 GB Storage Repository Name: DVD drives Storage Repository Description: Physical DVD drives Storage Repository Usage: 1 GB Storage Repository Size: 1 GB Storage Repository Name: ISO
  17. 17. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 17 Storage Repository Description: CIFS ISO Library [192.168.0.11iso] Storage Repository Usage: 146 GB Storage Repository Size: 204 GB Storage Repository Name: Removable storage Storage Repository Description: Storage Repository Usage: 0 GB Storage Repository Size: 0 GB Storage Repository Name: XenServer Tools Storage Repository Description: XenServer Tools ISOs Storage Repository Usage: 0 GB Storage Repository Size: 0 GB Xenserver Name: xenserver3.halfmode.local Storage Repository Name: ISO Storage Repository Description: CIFS ISO Library [192.168.0.11iso] Storage Repository Usage: 146 GB Storage Repository Size: 204 GB Storage Repository Name: DVD drives Storage Repository Description: Physical DVD drives Storage Repository Usage: 1 GB Storage Repository Size: 1 GB Storage Repository Name: Removable storage Storage Repository Description: Storage Repository Usage: 0 GB Storage Repository Size: 0 GB Storage Repository Name: XenServer Tools Storage Repository Description: XenServer Tools ISOs Storage Repository Usage: 0 GB Storage Repository Size: 0 GB Storage Repository Name: Local storage Storage Repository Description: Storage Repository Usage: 27 GB Storage Repository Size: 115 GB
  18. 18. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 18 Hosts with Running VMs XenServer Name: xenserver.halfmode.local Number of Powered on VMS: 2 Running VM: DomainController1 Running VM: Windows Server 2003 (1) XenServer Name: xenserver2.halfmode.local Number of Powered on VMS: 0 XenServer Name: xenserver3.halfmode.local Number of Powered on VMS: 0
  19. 19. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 19 VM with Snapshots Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5 Number Snapshots: 1 Snapshot Name: Snapshot of RHEL5 Virtual Machine Name: DC2 Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: Windows XP SP2 (1) Number Snapshots: 1 Snapshot Name: Snapshot of XP Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (1) Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: Win2K3-4GB Number Snapshots: 1 Snapshot Name: Snapw2k3-xen3 Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (2) Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: XP3 Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: w2k3-xen3 (1) Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: XP2 Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5-s2 Number Snapshots: 0 Virtual Machine Name: DomainController1 Number Snapshots: 2 Snapshot Name: Test snapshot for report Snapshot Name: test Virtual Machine Name: DC4 Number Snapshots: 0
  20. 20. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 20 VDI Virtual Disk Images Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5 Virtual Disk Name: RHEL_5 i386 DVD.iso Virtual Description: Virtual Disk Size: 2739 MB Physical Disk Usage: 2739 MB Parent Storage Repositry: ISO Is VDI read-only: True Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: DC2 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows XP SP2 (1) Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False
  21. 21. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 21 Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows XP SP2 (1) Virtual Disk Name: xs-tools.iso Virtual Description: Virtual Disk Size: 67 MB Physical Disk Usage: 67 MB Parent Storage Repositry: XenServer Tools Is VDI read-only: True Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (1) Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Win2K3-4GB Virtual Disk Name: xs-tools.iso Virtual Description: Virtual Disk Size: 67 MB Physical Disk Usage: 67 MB Parent Storage Repositry: XenServer Tools Is VDI read-only: True Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Win2K3-4GB Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (2)
  22. 22. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 22 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (2) Virtual Disk Name: xs-tools.iso Virtual Description: Virtual Disk Size: 67 MB Physical Disk Usage: 67 MB Parent Storage Repositry: XenServer Tools Is VDI read-only: True Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: XP3 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: w2k3-xen3 (1) Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: XP2 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner
  23. 23. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 23 Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5-s2 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: DomainController1 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: DomainController1 Virtual Disk Name: xs-tools.iso Virtual Description: Virtual Disk Size: 67 MB Physical Disk Usage: 67 MB Parent Storage Repositry: XenServer Tools Is VDI read-only: True Is VDI Shareable: False Virtual Machine Name: DC4 Virtual Disk Name: 0 Virtual Description: Created by template provisioner Virtual Disk Size: 8192 MB Physical Disk Usage: 8216 MB
  24. 24. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 24 Parent Storage Repositry: Local storage Is VDI read-only: False Is VDI Shareable: False
  25. 25. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 25 VM with Virtual Block Devices Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: xvda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Device Name: xvdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Virtual Machine Name: DC2 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Virtual Machine Name: Windows XP SP2 (1) Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (1)
  26. 26. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 26 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: True Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: True Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Virtual Machine Name: Win2K3-4GB Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Virtual Machine Name: Windows Server 2003 (2) Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Virtual Machine Name: XP3 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO
  27. 27. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 27 Device Type: CD Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Virtual Machine Name: w2k3-xen3 (1) Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Virtual Machine Name: XP2 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Virtual Machine Name: RHEL5-s2 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: xvdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Device Name: xvda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW
  28. 28. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 28 Device Type: Disk Virtual Machine Name: DomainController1 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: True Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: True Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Virtual Machine Name: DC4 Number of VBD devices: 2 Device Name: hdd Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RO Device Type: CD Device Name: hda Device is currently attached: False Device Read/Write Mode: RW Device Type: Disk
  29. 29. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 29 Pool Information Pool Name: New Pool Pool Description: Is HA enabled: False Number of host failures tolerated: 0 Is HA overcommited: False Pool Master: xenserver.halfmode.local
  30. 30. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 30 Template List Template Name: CentOS 5.3 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.1 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Citrix XenApp x64 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted, and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for running Citrix XenApp x64 on Windows 2003 Server. Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or
  31. 31. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 31 nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.0 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.0 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or
  32. 32. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 32 nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: CentOS 4.5 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.2 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: CentOS 5.0 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Citrix XenApp Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted, and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for running Citrix XenApp on Windows 2003 Server. Template Name: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.1 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 SP4
  33. 33. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 33 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Windows XP SP2 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows XP SP2. Template Name: Snapshot of XP Template Description: Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: test Template Description: Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.5 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path>
  34. 34. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 34 Template Name: CentOS 5.2 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.2 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Other install media Template Description: Template which allows VM installation from install media Template Name: Windows Server 2003 x64 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows Server 2003 x64. Template Name: CentOS 5.2 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or
  35. 35. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 35 nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Windows 2000 SP4 Template Description: Windows 2000 Server SP4. Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows 2000 SP4. Template Name: Windows Server 2008 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows Server 2008. Template Name: Windows Server 2008 x64 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows Server 2008 x64. Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Snapshot of RHEL5 Template Description: Template Name: CentOS 4.7 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Windows Server 2003 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the
  36. 36. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 36 optimal settings for Windows Server 2003. Template Name: Snapw2k3-xen3 Template Description: Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: CentOS 5.1 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: XenSource P2V Server Template Description: An internal utility template for use by the XenSource P2V client Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.0 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path>
  37. 37. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 37 Template Name: CentOS 4.6 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Windows XP SP3 Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows XP SP3. Template Name: CentOS 5.1 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Debian Lenny 5.0 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware Debian-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> Template Name: Test snapshot for report Template Description: Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.6 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1
  38. 38. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 38 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware SLES-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: CentOS 5.3 x64 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.7 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: Windows Vista Template Description: Clones of this template will automatically provision their storage when first booted and then reconfigure themselves with the optimal settings for Windows Vista. Template Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.0 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other- config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path> Template Name: CentOS 5.0 Template Description: Template that allows VM installation from Xen-aware EL-based distros. To use this template from the CLI, install your VM using vm-install, then set other-
  39. 39. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 39 config-install-repository to the path to your network repository, e.g. http://<server>/<path> or nfs:server:/<path>
  40. 40. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 40 Document Terms API version Refers to the vendor of the API (Application Program Interface) used. With Citrix Xenserver 5.5 the vendor is Xensource Bond Improves host resiliency by using two physical NICs as one. If one NIC in a bond fails, then the network traffic automatically routes to the second NIC. Works in an active/passive mode, with one physical NIC in use at a time. Is different than link aggregation, which acts in active/active mode. XenServer NIC bonds subsume the underlying physical interfaces CPU Core A single physical CPU may contain multiple CPU cores which are seen by the operating system as seperate CPUs. Host The physical hardware computer platform (server) in which Citrix Xenserver is installed. Hostname This is the Host's Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) and often the same as the Xenserver name. Kernel version Xenserver software is built upon a linux operating system and this parameter is the version details of the controlling Linux platform. Network Represents a virtual Ethernet switch on a XenServer host. Network objects have a name, a UUID and the collection of VIFs and PIFs connected to the network PBD Represents the interface between a physical host and an attached storage repository. PBDs are connector objects that allow a given storage repository to be mapped to a host. PBDs store the device configuration fields that are used to connect to and interact with a given storage target. In the case of NFS, for instance, this device configuration includes the IP address of the NFS server and the associated mount path. PBD objects manage the runtime attachment of
  41. 41. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 41 a given storage repository to a given host. PIF Represents a physical network interface on a XenServer host. Pool Resource pools allow multiple virtualization servers to be treated as a single entity from a management perspective, creating consolidated management of server resources. In addition Resource Pools allow all servers to share a common framework for network and storage, which facilitates features such as Automatic Placement of VMs and XenMotion. Snapshot A snapshot is a locally retained point-in- time image of data. These images are frequently used as user-recoverable backups. SR A storage repository (SR) allows pooling of disk devices and stores one or more VM virtual disk drives. Template A virtual machine (VM) template is a XenServer file that includes: • The VM environment • The settings for optimum storage, CPU and memory • The network configuration information. VBD A virtual block device (VBD) is a connector object that is similar to PBD and that allows mappings between VDIs and virtual machines. In addition to providing a mechanism to attach a VDI to a virtual machine, VBDs allow the fine- tuning of parameters regarding QoS, statistics and the bootability of a given VDI VCPU Defines a shared scheduled portion of a physical CPU to a virtual machine. This partitioned use of the CPU is transparent to the virtualized guest operating system. VDI An on-disk representation of a virtual disk provided to a guest VM. The VDI is the fundamental unit of virtualized storage in XenServer. The VDI is a virtual disk drive. VIF Represents a virtual interface on a virtual machine.
  42. 42. Xenserver Infrastructure Report Page 42 VLAN VLAN's Separate segments of the network logically instead of physically. VLAN's Control broadcast traffic more efficiently and subnetworks can be configured without routers. VM Virtua Machines (VM) refers to the guest operating system running in a virtualized environment opposed to running on physical hardware. Xenserver Name This is the name label of the Host system used for Citrix Xenserver.

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