Hyper-V

Course
Time
5 hours 8 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
5

Video Transcription

00:00
Numa spanning, we discussed Newman before. That is non uniformed memory architecture. This allows machines are servers that running hyper V environments to share their memory between each other. And they become what's known as a physical Newman node on notes. Basically, if you have two machines that running 10 big of memory each,
00:19
then why pick 10? That's a great number.
00:21
12 12 gig. Remember each if you. If you've done stuff before, you don't get five big sticks or 10 big sticks, it's always in sets of four usually. So it's so it's always doubled 1248 12 16 and so on like that. So
00:37
basically from here, what you're looking at is you. If you take these on the service and this is Pir Server, these settings this will allow you to share them. So you have two machines with 12 Gig of RAM, but you're running their server. Oh, our guest server on the virtual environment, which needs 18 Gig of Ram.
00:56
Now. You don't have enough physically on that one server, so it's gonna take up the 12 gig asked for it all. Then it's gonna go. Guys, is there anyone on the network, which is running Numa, which I can borrow some Ram from.
01:07
If there are other service in that cluster, they're gonna go yet I'm a Newman knowed What do you need? And it's gonna ask for an equivalent amount of RAM
01:15
to make up for that total number that's missing. It will be a bit slower than having it physically on the server where it is, but it's still allowed you to get stuff done. So it's good for resource sharing. If you may be under spect slightly for a big project until you can upgrade the ram on that physical server. That's a good way around.
01:34
But always it's better. Have more ram on the server that you're running the item on than it is to run a numa that's being said. Newman's really handy
01:42
storage migrations, so you can't specify how many stories migrations can be performed at same time on a computer and specifically on this computer that we're running this host Deadpool. Basically, what this means is that you can migrate things from one server to another at the same time. So how much
01:57
flooding of data? Network of data on the network are you going to allow it once
02:02
the default is to. There's really no reason to change that unless you're going into a kind of high spec like, you know, tens of gigs of data throughput that you need and you move your servers around. Maybe you've got cost of 12 machines and you need Maur toe happen simultaneously.
02:19
That's the only reason why you would push this up
02:22
enhanced session mode policy so you can configure hyper V to allow what's called enhanced session mode. This allows connections to virtual machines to have access to local devices, and resource is from the computer you're connecting from. So if you've ever done remote desktop before and you take the box to allow local resource is to be connected,
02:40
you can access like your C drive from
02:43
the machine you're promoted onto, which has really easy movement of data to him from that's what it That's nice little kickboxer.
02:50
We've gone to the user settings for keyboard, this is saying, Do you want the key combinations that you do on your keyboard to apply to either your physical computer? So where you are your virtual machine, where you're connected to
03:02
or on the virtual machine only when it's running for screen. Defoe is used on the virtual machine s 05 press windows key, and I'm connected to a virtual machine. It's gonna open up the file Explorer on the virtual machine, not on my physical computer.
03:16
This is where you come to change if you don't need to.
03:20
Also, you've got your mounts release key. This isn't really used in the more high end ones like 8.1 and tennis more for seven and Vista. But it's a key combination that you compress that will release your mouse from the virtual machine back to your physical computer. In more modern versions, like Windows 8.1 and 10
03:37
you just have to move the mouse out of the window of the virtual machine on your way.
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So it's not really an issue too much. It's more of a legacy item to keep in mind.
03:45
Enhance *** remote use if available so you can take this box. And basically it will allow you to use that virtual machine connection with enhanced session mode in the guest operating system.
03:54
Eso This is on a user basis rather than on the actual server itself. so the top one that we saw before was to enable it on the server. This one then aren't that allows the guest the person who's logging in the user to user on the machine.
04:09
So that's what you would set it
04:11
and finally, reset check boxes. This one, you won't really do too much. In fact, I don't think I've ever used it all. Basically, when you do certain commands on virtual Machine and you right, click the machine and choose for example shut down, it will pop up going. Are you really sure you want to do this and you click? Yes, there's also take box that says, Please don't ask me again
04:28
when you hit. Yes, on it will then go through the shutdown procedure as if you've
04:32
gone in its star, hit the power button. She's shut down and then shut it down that way without having to actually log into the V M. So it's It's a nice, quick way of doing it. This if you take that box that says Don't show me again and then you want to see it again. This is where you would come to reset it. That's what it means. All right, So those are the settings for the server

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