• Stopping an Amazon EC2 instance with “instance store”

    I have an Amazon EC2 instance (with instance store) that's being used as a root device and I need it stopped but I can't with the command EC2-stop-instances. Here's the command: Client.UnsupportedOperation: The instance 'i-XXXXXXXX' does not have an 'ebs' root device type and cannot be stopped. How...

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  • Swap EBS device in Amazon EC2

    I currently have Amazon EC2 with an "instance store" devices that's used as the root device. I'm trying to attach an EBS device to that very same instance but it needs to be the root device. Does someone know if that's possible? Thanks for the help!

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  • Windows Server 2003 on Intel DH55TC

    I have an Intel DH55TC MB with Intel Core i-3. Now my problem is that, it does not support to install Windows Server 2003 / 2008. After workground, it supports only Windows 7, XP(Pro) and Vista. Is there any patch / tools / other way to overcome my problems. Server virtualization is also possible,...

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  • Application using memory

    When some applications (like VLC media player) in a system is opened, how does it access the cache, virtual memory etc. to get it open?

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  • What is the purpose of VMware?

    what is the purpose of vmware ?

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  • What are the Web SQL storage limitations for Android and Chrome?

    I'm writing a web application that's going to store over 40MB of offline data in a Web SQL database. It needs to work in several browsers including: Safari, Android (mobile) and Chrome. I know how much storage the Safari desktop currently holds (500 MB) but I can't find anything when it comes to...

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  • Oracle buys Nimbula?

    I was wondering if Oracle will bring out Nimbula as a product? or will they bring it out as one of their services they can offer?The reason for this question is, Ubuntu uses Openstack with the MaaS feature (very similar to Nimbula's feature of adding nodes with no configuration). Which is quite a...

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  • DHCP problem L3 switch with vlans

    Hi, I have searched this forum and found a lot of help regarding this problem. I have 3 Vlans configured on my Dell PowerConnect 6224 (L3 Switch) and a DHCP server Windows Server 2000 with different subnet scopes, as far as I know I need to set-up a bootdhcprelay server and enable bootdhcprelay...

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  • How can I create a virtual network interface in Microsoft Windows?

    Now I know on Linux that it's possible to create a TUN interface (using a TUN driver) that can provide almost a "network interface psuedo-device" that's treated as a regular network interface. Can I do this programatically in Microsoft Windows? Can I do it without writing my own driver?

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  • Which platform for a private/hybrid cloud?

    My company is looking to deploy a private cloud, and we've been considering Eucalyptus, OpenNebula, Nimbus, vSphere, abiCloud and Joyent. I'm very interested in Eucalyptus and OpenNebula, since they are both  open source, they have many features, they both support Amazon EC2 and  Amazon APIs and...

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  • Is there a way to create a virtual storage space?

    On our Windows OS platform, we're currently using a third-party SDK and one of the methods is this: void ReadData(string filePath); Now, it does require a filename for this method. But we don't want to drop a file into our HDD, then use its filename as the parameter. Is there a way we can create a...

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  • How to convert physical server to Hyper-V?

    How to convert physical Stand alone server to hyper v( VHD)?

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  • Finding the host from VMware Fusion

    We've just created a new virtual machine on Windows XP using VMware Fusion. Our VM is using NAT to share our host's Internet connection. But how can we access the host from it? I believe we need to find the IP address first, but what's after that?

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  • How do I migrate from VMware to Hyper-V?

    How can I change VMware to Hyper-V?

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  • Where does Google Chrome store cookies from the session?

    Could someone tell me where the latest version of Google Chrome stores and saves cookies (mainly the ones that expire with session)?

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  • How do I delete a VMKDUMP folder on VMware ESXI?

    I have a VMware ESXI with four working VM workstations. In the datastore there is a vmkdump folder with a dumpfile holding 120 GB of storage. Thus preventing me from adding any more workstations. How can I go about deleting this folder/file. I have tried to just delete and it give the error " Error...

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  • SSD creation in VMware server

    I'm creating a Virtual SAN cluster in VMware server. So I need a SSD and HDD for each host. I don't know how to create a SSD with 10GB space. Can anyone please help me?

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  • VMware vSphere 5.1 causing network timeouts

    We have a VMware vSphere 5.1 Have recently migrated an application,currently Windows 2008 R2 OS from a previous HP-UX server. Application is much faster and very efficient, except we are having a problem with system timeouts. All application timeout settings have been set to 60 min. But users are...

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  • VMware ESX 3.5 not able to create a new datastore

    I am trying to create a new virtual machine on the VMware ESX 3.5 server. The server is a Dell Poweredge with a 1TB SATA disk. I am not able to open the datastore screen and create a new datastore. Any advice?

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  • Amazon EC2: Accessing instance storage

    I'm pretty new to the storage world but I just launched a Cluster Instances Amazon Linux AMI 2011.02.1 cc1.4xlarge instance. The next step for me is to upload and process a 15 GB text file and I can't figure out how to activate additional storage. As of right now, I have 8 GBs but I need to...

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