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Unless you're using a network installation source when installing an OES server (which I can thoroughly recommend!) you will need to switch the SLES DVD for the OES one during the installation process.
As well as being inconvenient there are times when this can cause you some problems, most notably when you are installing an OES server in a virtual environment.
In this article I'll go through the steps necessary to create a single DVD that contains both SLES11 SP1 and OES11 that you can use to install an OES11 server, physical or virtual, without having to change media.
Thanks again for all those who attended the September 13 webinar session - Disaster recovery and the cloud.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve probably heard by now that cloud computing is the next big thing. There’s even a big bookstore that talks about it a lot, and about how they invented it. You might have even seen a TV advertisement or two talking about cloud computing. But what is it, and can this affect or better yet improve disaster recovery also?
Thanks again for all those who attended the August 9 webinar session - Update Your Disaster Recovery Plans with Virtualization.
Q. I'm thinking about virtualizing a physical server that is operated by Windows 2000 with Windows 2008 HYPER-V.
Virtual recovery plans can simplify and in some cases eliminate a lot of the platform specific headaches of recovering from a disaster...