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1 Confguring virtual machine management on 13th October 2013, 1:11 am

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In addition to confguring the virtual hardware for a new virtual machine, you might also
need to confgure some of its management settings  As with virtual hardware, you can do this
either by opening the virtual machine’s settings in Hyper-V Manager as shown in Figure 7-12
or by using Windows PowerShell 
The management settings you can confgure for a virtual machine are as follows:
  ■ Name  If you want to, you can change the name of the virtual machine as displayed in
Hyper-V Manager and used with Windows PowerShell cmdlets  Changing the name of
the virtual machine does not change the names of the virtual machine’s confguration
fles and virtual hard disk fles, however.
  ■ Integration Services  By default, all Integration Services are offered to the virtual
machine  However, if you need to, you can disable some or all of these services—for
example if the guest operating system doesn’t support some of them  
  ■ Snapshot fles location  By default, snapshot fles are stored in subfolders of the
default location where virtual machine confguration fles are stored. If you frequently
perform snapshots and are running out of storage space on the host storage device,
you might want to change the snapshot fles location to a different storage device.
  ■ Smart Paging  This new feature of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V allows a virtual
machine that is being restarted to temporarily use disk resources on the host as a
source for any additional memory needed to successfully restart the virtual machine 
Then, once the virtual machine has been restarted and its memory requirements have
lessened, Smart Paging releases the previously used disk resources because of the
performance hit that such use can create  Smart Paging is used only when a virtual
machine is restarted and there is no free physical memory on the host and no memory
can be reclaimed from other running virtual machines  Smart Paging is not used if you
simply try and start a virtual machine that’s in a stopped state, or if a virtual machine is
failing over in a cluster
  ■ Automatic start action  This setting allows you to specify what the virtual machine
should do when the host machine boots up  The options you can choose from are to
automatically start the virtual machine if it was running when the VMM service on the
host stopped (the default), to always start the virtual machine automatically, or to do
nothing  You can also specify a startup delay in seconds to reduce resource content
between different virtual machines starting up on the host 
  ■ Automatic stop action  This setting allows you to specify what the virtual machine
should do when the host machine shuts down  The options you can choose from are to
save the virtual machine state (the default), turn off the virtual machine, or shut down
the guest operating system 
You can also use Set-VM cmdlet of Windows PowerShell to confgure the preceding virtual
machine management settings  For example, to change the name of virtual machine SRV-A
n HOST4 to SQL Workload, you would use this command:
et-VM -Name SRV-A -NewVMName "SQL Workload" -ComputerName HOST4


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■ Key considerations when planning the deployment of virtual machines include the
location of confguration fles, startup memory, Dynamic Memory, virtual networking,
virtual hard disks, guest operating system deployment, and performing snapshots 
  ■ Different types of virtual disks have advantages or disadvantages that make them
  suitable for different scenarios 
  ■ Snapshots should generally not be used in production environments  
  ■ New virtual machines can be created and confgured using the Hyper-V Manager
snap-in or Windows PowerShell  
  ■ New virtual disks can be created and attached to virtual machines using the Hyper-V
Manager snap-in or Windows PowerShell  
  ■ New virtual network adapters can be created and confgured on virtual machines using
the Hyper-V Manager snap-in or Windows PowerShell  
  ■ Hyper-V virtual network adapters in Windows Server 2012 have many advanced
features that can provide security, control bandwidth, reduce processor overhead, and
provide other benefts.


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