Wow! Welcome guys! Great to see Vates is doing well and expanding. You guys have an excellent product!
Best posts made by Biggen
RE: New XCP-ng developers
RE: [WARNING] XCP-ng Center shows wrong CITRIX updates for XCP-ng Servers - DO NOT APPLY - Fix released
I don't have any insider knowledge, but I gotta believe Vates will have to pull the plug on xcp-ng Center at some point. Its another source of bug entry (as we just witnessed) and requires extra manpower. I'd rather them throw more of their time into XOA since that is their "official" management software.
Why not just built XO for yourself from sources if you need to do more than the free version of XOA allows?
RE: XCP-ng 8.2.0 beta now available!
@S-Pam Literally the first post has a big bold headline that tells exactly how you go about upgrading by linking to the docs.
And then in the sixth post from the top Oliver says it’s reasonable to believe the final release will be in 2 months.
RE: "CROSSTalk" CPU vulnerabilty (cross-core data leak)
When this Crosstalk microcode update hit last week there was an issue with certain Intel CPUs where we coudn't boot after the patch was applied. I run Linux Mint on my laptop and I couldn't boot it after taking the microcode update. I had to boot into recovery and then
apt remove intel-microcodeto get it back to a working state. Later that day, Ubuntu (or whoever) released a new intel-microcode update that corrected the problem.
Not sure if this is even remotely close to the same issue but wanted to put this out there.
RE: Hosted and turnkey XCP-ng!
This truly is an amazing piece of work. You guys should be proud of yourselves!
RE: Question about live migration and a few others...
@rkelley You nailed it for item 2. Was driving me crazy!
Ok, that does make sense for item #1 and was kinda what I was thinking. But it does lead one to believe you can't live migrate anything with a single host even if you have shared/remote storage available unless you poke around and experiment with different buttons like i did.
RE: XO from source & Netdata
I'm running XO from sources on Debian 9 (as the tutorial recommends) and running Netdata. Works fine.
When running XO from source, you don't have the option to enable Netdata from within XO. You have to install it on the host as per this post.