INFO:Integrate VPS (Hyper-V) server in MachPanel

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INFO:Integrate VPS (Hyper-V) server in MachPanel


Summary

This article provides information on how to add Server Group, Group Members, to MachPanel's Hosted VPS (Hyper-V) Extension.

Applies To

Applies to MachPanel v5.5.23 and onwards.

References

To prepare sealed images please refer to the following knowledge base article.

http://kb.machsol.com/Downloads/Download/50314


    Details
    • MachPanel supports following servers for VPS hosting. 

    • To Enable/Disable VPS provider, navigate to the path: Home >> System Configuration >> Providers >> VPS Hosting.
    • In order to add a new server group, navigate to the path: Home >> Service Director >> VPS Hosting.

    Adding Server Group and Member Server to VPS Hosting:

    To add a Server Group to the VPS Hosting Extension, select Server Groups and then click on Add Server Group button as shown below:



      • In Step-1 provide Server Group Name and select provider then click on Next button as shown below:


      • Storage Configuration: Select Cluster or StandAlone. (Default: Standalone)
      Note: The Cluster option is For Hyper-V 2012 or later only with Active Directory selection. (If no active directory is selected then Storage configuration is Stand Alone and it will disable Cluster radio button. If Provider is Hyper-V Server 2008 then Storage Configuration is Stand Alone and Cluster will be disabled.


      • Virtual Machine Location: Provide virtual machine location.
      • Virtual Hard Disks \ VHD Locations: New option to specify multiple locations for Virtual Hard Disks. Provide VHD path, Max size in GB's and select customer.
      • In Step-2 provide Reference Id, IPUsername and Password and then click on Finish button as shown below:


        • Description of each item is as follows:
          • Reference Id: It is an identifier for the provider, so as to know which Hyper-V server it is.
          • IP: It is the IP of server where Hyper-V is installed as well as MachPanel Remote Server.
          • RAM that can be allowed to VM's: Provide size of the RAM for VM.
          • Virtual Processors: Provide Total Virtual Processors.
        After integrating you need to Test Service by clinking on Test Service link as shown in the snapshot below:




        In order to provision Hyper-V you need to Add IP's or Virtual Switches in Virtual Networks. Please review the KB article at the link given below:

        Adding Subnet Pools, Virtual Networks & Sealed Images



        http://kb.machsol.com/Knowledgebase/Article/52397

        Note 1:  If VPS Hosting Module is not enabled, navigate to the System Configuration >> Built-in Modules, check VPS module enabled box and then click on Update configuration button.  Also check to see if you have acquired appropriate licenses for VPS Hosting Module.

        Note 2:  It has been noticed that if UAC is enabled on a remote server, the Service Account does not get appropriate rights in local security policy so we have to make amends and fix that. For any service account below permission on Remote Servers where MachPanel Remote agent is installed are mandatory to have:

        • Allow log on locally:

        • Log on as a service:







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        Type: INFO
        Level: Intermediate
        Last Modified:Thursday, March 16, 2017
        Last Modified By: zohaib.shaikh
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