The following steps outline how you would import the previously created Windows XP image into Glance to be used as a instance type within OpenStack. Thanks for your help again. Is there anything like that out there? However, after the drive shows up as allocated – Windows installation is unable to proceed. Email Required, but never shown.
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You will first be required to create a target hard drive to install the Windows Server R2 Operating System on.
Leave the existing one as-is for now. Which folders should we use for Win 64 bit? Is it possible to install the VirtIO drivers later?
Downloaded the ISO from: Thanks for your help again. You should really follow the previous steps to ensure the VirtIO Network and Serial drivers are installed as well. You can’t install the drivers without the devices already present. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password.
Windows guest best practices – Proxmox VE
I’m not to worried about it here on the host level. Finally, just out of curiosity, what is Ballon and vioserial drivers for? Now I am not sure how to proceed. We used the Win7 drivers of these drivers for Win Server R2, which work fine.
Windows 2008 guest best practices
Subjectively speaking, the IO performance with virtIO drivers is much better based on the responsiveness of the application winvows.
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Before that the devices must be changed in the configuration XML for “virtio” devices when powered down. Boot up Vista and make sure the network works.
The following is done with the assumption that you used the RackSpace Private Cloud distribution and AlamoController is the controller.
Just note that there may exist virti sources for the drivers.
Shutdown At this point you will want to shutdown the virtual machine. I am assuming NetKVM is for the network drivers and viostor is for the disk drivers. This is a follow up to a pervious question. Sign up using Email and Password.