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I want some Reddit confirmation that I am going to do this right - Vmware Vsphere 5.0 ESXi P2V single-host migrations
So a very very brief intro - I am normally NOT the guy on the ground, however scheduling conflicts and such have thrown me into this which I will be performing in a couple hours. A customer has a few Dell PE 2950's that ESX has already been configured on as isolated hosts. We have already moved some servers to the cloud and so on, but there is a single physical W2008 DC/App/DNS/DHCP server sitting locally. My mission is to P2V this server to one of the ESX boxes which are fresh and waiting for a guest. I am going to use the standalone converter (5.0) on my laptop to perform this tonight onsite. I understand from my readings that I want to stop any databases, services and such which might interfere from a hot-clone. I just want to make sure I am crossing all my t's and dotting my i's before I miscalculate something. This is a mission-critical box for this customer, and im just looking for some validation and or tips from you Vmware masters....
edit: I appreciate your comments so far. To clarify - Yes, I could build out another DC and follow that path, but im looking at a lot more time. This is a single DC/DNS server in a single domain. I was hoping that this would be a quick and clean cut. I also have the option of turning the source server off completely and then performing the P2V (which I understand is cold-cloning). Maybe thats the safest methodology as opposed to building a new DC.
edit - another: I decided to spin up a new 2008 DC as a VM and moved the FSMO roles as well as DHCP. Removed DNS and reconfigured on the 'new' DC. I am now in the process of what looks like a 2+ hour hot-clone P2V. Cross your fingers for me friends. BTW - I just noticed that I forgot to stop the SQL server services on the source server so hopefully that doesnt bunk up the app that they actually need on the machine once it finishes the P2V. Thanks guys!
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