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UCMDB Support Tip: uCMDB Compatibility with vMotion

Does HP Universal CMDB (uCMDB) 10.x support VMWare vMotion on Vsphere 5.1/5.5s?

 

The uCMDB compatibility matrix guide states the recommended Virtual environments that the UCMDB Server will support VMotion, which is a process that VMware has invented to migrate, or move, a virtual machine that is powered on from one host server to another host server without the VM incurring downtime. This is known as a "hot-migration."

UCMDB does not have any benchmarks related to the use of this VMWare tool and does not list this in the Compatibility Matrix. Due to the nature of the tool, there is nothing that would need to be supported by HP as the process would take a running image of UCMDB and migrate the image to another host. The only concern would be with resources on the host server that you are moving the UCMDB server to. The Host server should be equivalent or better then what you were running UCMDB Server on.

It would be recommended that you shut down all services running for the UCMDB Server so that no activity is interrupted by the move.

 

Reference: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00838145

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