HP (Hewlett-Packard) Hewlett-Packard All in One Printer HP PART NUMBER: 461487-401A user manual

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HP Insight Control Server Migration 7.2 User
Guide
Abstr ac t
HP Insight Control server migration provides an automated, accurate, and affordable way to migrate existing servers to the
latest HP ProLiant server technologies or the latest virtualization platforms. This guide explains processes and procedures that
are not appropriate for the product's online help. The information in this guide is intended for users who have network
administrator–level access and knowledge.
HP Part Number: 461487-4

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© Copyright 2007, 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Leg al Notices Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR 12.211 and 12.212, Commercial Computer Software, Computer Software Documentation, and Technical Data for Commercial Items are licensed to the U.S. Government under vendor's standard commercial license. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP produc

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Contents I Overview and concepts..............................................................................10 1 Server migration introduction..................................................................11 Overview..........................................................................................................................11 Installing and configuring server migration software...............................................................11 Installing or upgrading server migra

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7 Preparing the destination server and deploying the destination agent..........30 Prerequisites......................................................................................................................30 Physical destination servers.............................................................................................30 Virtual machine hosts.....................................................................................................30 Linux destination size requirement

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Browser displays an error after loading the server migration wizard from Systems Insight Manager.....................................................................................................................49 Cause.....................................................................................................................49 Suggested action......................................................................................................49 Launching server migration from System

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Primary controller in the system is not supported by this version of Insight Control server migration.....................................................................................................................55 Suggested action......................................................................................................55 Destination server displays a blank screen when it boots to server migration Boot CD ISO......56 Suggested action.............................................

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Suggested action......................................................................................................61 Filesystem on source disk \\.\PhysicalDrive0, Partition 0 could not be resized during the migration.....................................................................................................................61 Cause.....................................................................................................................61 Suggested action...................

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Suggested action......................................................................................................67 Drives do not appear on the migrated operating system.....................................................68 Suggested action......................................................................................................68 Mouse and keyboard do not work after a Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machine is migrated to a ProLiant server............................................

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Registering for software technical support and update service..................................................73 How to use your software technical support and update service..........................................74 HP authorized resellers.......................................................................................................74 Related information............................................................................................................74 Documents............

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Part I Overview and concepts This part focuses on conceptual information that will help to understand the product. It does not include information on how to use server migration.

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1 Server migration introduction Overview HP Insight Control server migration provides an automated, accurate, and affordable way to migrate existing servers running Microsoft Windows or Linux and their content to the latest HP ProLiant server technologies or the latest virtualization platforms from VMware and Microsoft. Insight Control server migration supports the following types of Microsoft Windows and Linux migrations: • Physical-to-ProLiant (P2P) migration—Migrates a physical machine to a P

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T abl e 1 R elated pr oduc ts (co n tin ued) Pr oduc t Des c r iption settings, so that each computing device is maintained in the right configuration. Insight Control server deployment Facilitates the installation, configuration, and deployment of large server volumes through a GUI-based or a web–based console, using scripting or imaging technology. Server configuration time decreases so that you can quickly scale server deployments to large volumes. HP SmartStart CD Provides step-by-step ProLi

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2 Server migration concepts Server migration components The Insight Control server migration environment consists of the following required components: • Application station—The computer from which the migration is set up and performed. This can be either a physical machine or a Windows guest on a supported hypervisor. In earlier versions of HP Insight Management, the standalone installation of Insight Control server migration software was enabled. The server on which the server migration softwa

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HP Insight Control server migration software tabs F igur e 1 M igr ation s c r een The Insight Control server migration software screen has the following tabs: • M igr ation W i z ar d This tab enables you to perform the Insight Control server migration. In summary, the migration wizard enables you to perform the following tasks: ◦ Identify the source server ◦ Select the volumes to migrate ◦ Identify the destination server ◦ Test the network connections ◦ Specify destination disks and resizing p

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• Upload Dr i v ers This tab displays the status of iSCSI Initiator and DISM installed on the server and provides the option to upload HP ProLiant Support Pack (PSP) executable files and HP Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) ISO images. This tab also displays the installation status of DevCon and provides the option to upload the DevCon binary. For more information about this tab, see “Uploading drivers” (page 35). • Deplo y Ag ent This tab enables you to deploy the Insight Control server migration

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Part II Premigration tasks This part of the guide assists you in collecting information to prepare for a migration, and covers steps 1 and 2 of the checklist provided in “Migration checklist” (page 13).

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3 Preparing hardware for migration Verifying hardware and operating system support Before you start any X2P (P2P or V2P) migration, verify the following: • The source server operating system is supported on the destination server. To verify OS support on ProLiant destination servers, see the following website: http://www.hp.com/go/ossupport • For the supported hardware and software configurations of server migration, see HP Insi gh t Manage me n t Su ppo r t Matr i x available at: http://www.hp.

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4 Planning the migration Planning a migration strategy One challenge in migrating operating systems, applications, and data is modifying the migrated operating system to boot on the destination server and to function properly on the hardware. Insight Control server migration makes the required operating system changes for you. To best prepare for a migration, consider developing a migration strategy before you run a migration. Migration strategies vary depending on machine hardware, network land

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RAW (partitions in which no file systems exist). Although server migration can perform migrations on these volumes, it cannot resize the volumes. • Volumes that have bad clusters. Server migration does not support the migration of volumes that have bad clusters. You must manually migrate volumes that have bad clusters to the destination server after a migration. If an NTFS volume is detected but cannot be resized, you must run a disk check (for example, CHKDSK.exe) to verify that the volume has

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5 Preparing software for migration Verifying licenses for software to be migrated Before you perform a migration, review all hardware, operating system, and application licenses on the source server and acquire all valid licenses necessary for the destination server. Some hardware, software, and OS license agreements might require you to purchase a new license for the destination server. I MP OR T ANT : Servers that have Windows OEM licenses are not supported for migration. For licensing questio


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