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Restore VMs to different processors

Post by usv » May 05, 2013 7:54 am

for example:

i have two esxi hosts 1) based on Xeon 5xxx (4 core). 2) based on Opteron 8 core.
One of them has been fully destroyed. I need to restore VMs from backup to another host/

It may cause problems ? How did you dicided this problem with different processor architecture?

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Re: Restore VMs to different processors

Post by Gostev » May 05, 2013 1:31 pm

This is why virtualization was created in the first place ;) to remove hardware dependencies.
CPU or other hardware does not matter, any VM can be started on any host at all.

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Re: Restore VMs to different processors

Post by dellock6 » May 06, 2013 8:27 pm

Serg, probably you are thinking about vMotion, that has indeed some limitations to migrate "running" VM from one host to another.
But restores and all the operations involving powered-off VMs do not have those limitations.

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