Veritas Storage Foundation™ and High Availability Solutions 6.0.1 Virtualization Guide - Linux

Article:DOC5873  |  Created: 2012-08-17  |  Updated: 2013-09-21  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5873
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Veritas Storage Foundation™ and High Availability Solutions 6.0.1 Virtualization Guide - Linux

Contents

I. Overview of Linux virtualization
1. Overview of supported products and technologies
Supported Linux virtualization technologies
About Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability products
About Symantec ApplicationHA
2. Basic KVM virtualization
Introduction to Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) technology
Support for Kernel-based Virtual Machines (KVM) virtualization
KVM environment use cases supported by Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions
3. RedHat Enterprise Virtualization
Understanding the RHEV environment
Supported Veritas Cluster Server configurations for the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment use cases supported by Veritas Cluster Server
4. Virtual to virtual clustering and failover
Virtual to virtual clustering and failover
Virtual to virtual clustering options supported by Veritas Cluster Server
II. Implementing a basic KVM environment
5. Getting started with basic KVM
About setting up KVM with Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions
VCS system requirements for KVM-supported RHEV configurations
Limitations and unsupported KVM features
Creating and launching a KVM
Setting up a KVM guest
Installing and configuring storage solutions in the KVM guest
Installing and configuring storage solutions in the KVM host
Installing and configuring Veritas Cluster Server for Virtual Machine availability and application availability
Installing and configuring ApplicationHA for application availability
Additional documentation
6. Configuring KVM resources
About KVM resources
Configuring storage
Configuring networking
III. Implementing a RedHat Enterprise Virtualization environment
7. Getting started with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV)
About setting up Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) with Veritas Cluster Server
Limitations in the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environment
Setting up a virtual machine
Additional documentation
8. Configuring VCS to manage virtual machines
Installing and configuring Veritas Cluster Server for virtual machine and application availability
About the KVMGuest agent in the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environment
Validating the RHEV environment
Configuring a resource in a RHEV environment
Configuring multiple KVMGuest resources
IV. Implementing Linux virtualization use cases
9. Server consolidation
Server consolidation
Implementing server consolidation for a simple workload
10. Physical to virtual migration
Physical to virtual migration
How to implement physical to virtual migration (P2V)
11. Simplified management
Simplified management
Provisioning storage for a guest virtual machine
Boot image management
12. Application availability
About application availability options
Veritas Cluster Server In a KVM Environment Architecture Summary
VCS in host to provide the Virtual Machine high availability and ApplicationHA in guest to provide application high availability
Virtual to Virtual clustering and failover
Virtual to Physical clustering and failover
13. Virtual machine availability
About virtual machine availability options
VCS in host monitoring the Virtual Machine as a resource
14. Virtual machine availability using Live Migration
About Live Migration
Live Migration requirements
Implementing Live Migration for virtual machine availability
15. Virtual to virtual clustering in a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment
Overview of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV)
Installing and configuring Veritas Cluster Server
Network configuration for VCS in a RHEV environment
Storage configuration for VCS in a RHEV environment
Supporting live migration
Fencing support for VCS in-guest clusters
Limitations and troubleshooting
16. Virtual to virtual clustering in a Microsoft Hyper-V environment
Overview of Microsoft Hyper-V
Installing and configuring Veritas Cluster Server
Network configuration for VCS support in Microsoft Hyper-V
Supporting live migration
Fencing support for VCS in-guest clusters
17. Virtual to virtual clustering in a Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) environment
Overview of Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM)
Installing and configuring Veritas Cluster Server
Network Configuration for VCS support in Oracle Virtual Machine
Storage Configuration for VCS support in Oracle Virtual Machine
Supporting live migration
Fencing support for VCS in-guest clusters
V. Reference
A. Limitations and troubleshooting
LLT port open fails with the error “device or resource busy”
Virtual machine may fail to communicate with RHEV-M
Host name specification limitation
B. Reference information
RHEL-based KVM installation and usage
Sample configuration in a KVM environment
Sample configuration in a RHEV environment

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