KB ID : 37
Published : Dec. 19, 2015
Created : Dec. 19, 2015
Last Modified : Oct. 4, 2016

Purpose

To deploy Vembu BDR server virtual appliance in VMware virtual environment.

Solution

To import OVF file to VMware ESXi host, follow below steps

  1. Login ESXi server from the vSphere client
  2. vSphere client
  3. Go to File ­> Deploy OVF template, browse and select the OVF file.
  4. Deploy OVF template
  5. Select the required options to launch virtual machine.
  6. launch virtual machine
  7. Then click next.
  8. OVF template details are shown this page. Click the next button.
  9. OVF Template details
  10. Give the virtual appliance name to create an EXSi host machine.
  11. create an EXSi host machine
  12. Here select the hard disk type as thin or thick.
  13. select the hard disk type as thin or thick
  14. Click finish and check if the deployment has started in the ESXi server
  15. started in the ESXi server
  16. Once the deployment is completed successfully, try logging in the virtual machine with the given username and password.
  17. **Default User details:** User name: root Password: password Login with Username and Password
  18. Open terminal to verify if Mysql, Mongo and Vembu BDR services have started.
  19. Mysql, Mongo, Vembu BDR
  20. Then open any web browser(FireFox or Chrome) and browse (`https://localhost:6061`) open any web browser(FireFox or Chrome) and browse
  21. Login Vembu BDR Backup Server web console with the given username and password
  22. User name: admin Password: admin
  23. Then select the time zone setting for this machine.
  24. Then enter the Vembu BDR ID

Vembu BDR Suite

Vembu BDR ID

Once Vembu BDR ID configuration successfully done after selecting the repository

Once Vembu BDR ID configuration successfully done after selecting the repository

Once update the Repository

Once update the Repository

From now on, configure a backup from the client end.

Limitation:

KVM installation has some permission issues.

Supported:

This template can be deployed to ESXi server 6.0,5.5, and 5.1

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