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DPM settings not preserved during VirtualCenter to vCenter upgrade?

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Hi,

I just upgrade my VirtualCenter 2.5U3 (using SQL 2005 express edition) and I noticed that

ILO/IPMI settings are not preserved during the upgrade.

After installing the vSphere Client, the corresponding data fields are empty.

Is there a way to get them back without having to reenter them and do the stand-by testing?

Bernard

Regards Bernard
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AndreTheGiant
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Those parameters are new in vSphere.

I haven't see in version 3.5 (that only support WOL resume mode).

Andre

Andre | http://about.me/amauro | http://vinfrastructure.it/ | @Andrea_Mauro

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AndreTheGiant
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Those parameters are new in vSphere.

I haven't see in version 3.5 (that only support WOL resume mode).

Andre

Andre | http://about.me/amauro | http://vinfrastructure.it/ | @Andrea_Mauro

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Arrow1
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Hi Andre,

You are right I... I made a confusion with the Cluster info "Last Time Existed Standby"

I expected those data to be present in vCenter Database after migrating to vCenter.

This was not the case.

Bernard

Regards Bernard
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