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Grayh
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hpvmcreate

could you give me the command to get the following o/p please..

# hpvmstatus
[Virtual Machines]
Virtual Machine Name VM # OS Type State #VCPUs #Devs #Nets Memory Runsysid
==================== ===== ======= ========= ====== ===== ===== ======= ========
VM01 2 HPUX Off 5 0 0 27 GB 0
VM02 3 HPUX Off 5 0 0 10 GB 0


The server is in a far off location.... So I cannot change DVD's every now and then.. What would be the best way to Install OS on the VM Guests... I do not have an Ignite server setup here.
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Torsten.
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Re: hpvmcreate

You can either use ignite or use a ISO image to install.

Hope this helps!
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Grayh
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Re: hpvmcreate

I remember doing this...

# hpvmmodify -P HPVM01A -d dvd:scsi::null:/var/opt/hpvm/ISO-images/hpux/image.iso

But I do not remember how to get the iso image.. where to put this iso image or how to access it...

plz help
Grayh
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Re: hpvmcreate

Do I have a GUI to do this or should it be all from the command line
Torsten.
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Re: hpvmcreate

You can create the ISOs with "dd". Everthing else is in your previous threads and - of course - in the manual.

Hope this helps!
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sen_ux
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Re: hpvmcreate

create iso image and map the path to virtual DVD.
from the vMP> insert the device and select the image to boot from.
Grayh
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Re: hpvmcreate

thanks