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Vds replcation Between 2 vCenters

Post by ASHERZ » Jun 15, 2012 7:24 pm

I have the same VDS names in the source and target vCenter.
The job works well only when I explicitly did the network mapping.
Without the mapping the job failed with no item ..
Do you have any idea?
I’m just before a very large project to replicate my entire environment and would like to
Avoid the manual process.

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Asher

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Re: Vds replcation Between 2 vCenters

Post by Gostev » Jun 15, 2012 7:31 pm

Can you please clarify what is the problem with having to specify network mapping? It is no different from all other essential job settings (for example, selecting VMs to replicate and choosing their placement on target).

I suppose, you could automate this with PowerShell if you want... but not very clear why you are having problems with this specific setting in the first place.

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Re: Vds replcation Between 2 vCenters

Post by ASHERZ » Jun 15, 2012 8:12 pm

I have about 100 VDS definition.
I understood from the user manual that it’s not a must to define the mapping if the VDS name is the same for both vCenters.
I like your idea to do it via a powershell script
But anyway I would like to know if this behavior is a bug or I miss something?

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Re: Vds replcation Between 2 vCenters

Post by Gostev » Jun 15, 2012 9:51 pm

You do not miss anything, and it is not a bug either - just how it works today. When replicating between vCenter, network mapping must be performed manually.

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