To install Oracle Database 11g R2 on a Linux server there if few things we need to keep in mind that installing Oracle Database is quite simple, it’s the pre-installation process that can be tricky.
Any successful company needs to focus and expand the areas where there are profits.
Through the last years we saw that Apple is focusing on iOS based devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, AppleTV) where profit comes not only from selling the iOS devices but comes from the iTunes contents (music, video, apps and books).
But, what about Mac, the Apple Computers? What is the future?Read More »
I have to say that VMware could do better installation process, but ….
I have Windows 2008 R2 with MSSQL Server (64bit) already installed (I will not use the MSSQL that comes with the vCenter installation)
any ways, Windows 2008 R2 is 64Bit only, there is no 32Bit, here is what I found and it may help!
- you need to make sure that the server name is no longer than 15 character.
- Make sure the service SQL Server Agent is running, check that it is set to Automatic Startup type.
- you must create a DSN (vCenter requires 32Bit System DSN) so that means you need to use the Native Client (MSSQL 2008) ODBC Driver (c:\Windows\SysWOW64\sqlncli10.dll) by running %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe then create a DSN unde System DSN.
Sofar the installation went OK, but I did not test all the functions and made sure that it works without problems!
did any one else face the same need to the steps above?
There is a strong roamer that Apple will introduce a Tablet or a Touch Screen Mac, I think it will happen, and there is enough evidence suggest such move, but how it will be, how it will work, that is the question.
Here is a simple way to clone or copy a machine, you can do that by copying the Virtual Hard disk drive (*.vmdk) file.
by using the command vmkfstools -i “SOURCEDISKIMAGE.vmdk” “TARGETDISKIMAGE.vmdk”
another example: vmkfstools –i /pathtoTemplateVM/template.vmdk /pathtoDestinationVM/newvm.vmdk
I saw this on a website, I find it very useful for managing you passwords for accessing network shares.