[SOLVED] Discovering Oracle VM Servers
How to discover Oracle VM Server?
When an Oracle VM Server is installed and starts up, it listens for Oracle VM Manager server pool discovery events. Before you can add an Oracle VM Server to a server pool, it must first be discovered.
To discover an Oracle VM Server:
Step 1. Click the Servers and VMs tab.
Step 2. Click Discover Servers Discover Servers icon in the toolbar. The Discover Servers dialog box is displayed.
Step 3. Enter information about the Oracle VM Server(s) to be discovered:
A. Oracle VM Agent Port: The port on which the Oracle VM Agent is listening. This is most likely the default port 8899.
B. Oracle VM Agent Password: The password to connect to the Oracle VM Agent. The password must be the same on all Oracle VM Servers.
C. IP Addresses/DNS Hostnames: Enter the IP address(es), IP ranges or DNS hostnames of the Oracle VM Server(s) to be discovered. You can paste a list of multiple IP addresses or multiple DNS hostnames. If you enter an IP range it must be in the format 192.168.10.2-10.
D. Click OK.
Step 4. The Oracle VM Servers are discovered and added to the Unassigned Servers folder. The newly discovered Oracle VM Server contains some basic information about itself, and about any immediate connectivity to a shared SAN, but it is considered to be in an unconfigured state. The Oracle VM Server cannot be used to perform any virtual machine, or active cluster operations. Physical network and storage configuration can be performed, and any subsequent storage discovery operations may also be performed.
When an Oracle VM Server is discovered, it is configured to use the Oracle VM Manager host computer as the Network Time Protocol (NTP) time source. This ensures that all Oracle VM Servers are in sync with each other in the Oracle VM Manager environment.
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