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Not able to create mapping with VMs against physical server.
#1
Hello Users,

Good Day...

I am facing issue with mapping RHEL / Windows VM with physical server. Say for example I have ESX server and 5 VMs hosted on it. I was not able to find mapping link for the 5 VMs against its physical server. UUID of ESX and hosted VMs are different and the Serial number starts with <<VMware4029....>>

I wanted to tag / link VMs machines with physical server. Could you please suggest on how to achieve this ?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Siva.
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#2
It's UUID, but sometimes some numbers are not in the right order, but glpi test it, can you share the 2 UUID, I can verify it
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#3
Hi DD,

Thanks for the quick response. Below are the details.

Physical Server: 36303337-3138-5553-4532-303352585945

VM1: 420954b9-57e6-dfa1-bc08-7d3bbc3b7b12
VM2: 4209df1a-0c31-33b0-1311-d34b5f845224
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#4
Sorry, I mean the UUID of VM in the tab 'Virtual machine' of the host + the UUID of the VM (you have right write it)
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#5
Hi DD,

The UUID of the VM in the host virtual machine tab has the same value as in VM. i.e.,

UUID of VM in host's virtual machine tab : 420954b9-57e6-dfa1-bc08-7d3bbc3b7b12
UUID in VM: 420954B9-57E6-DFA1-BC08-7D3BBC3B7B12

Regards,
Siva.
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#6
It works nice for me, you see right host / VM in the Virtual machine tab of VM / host
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#7
Hi DD,

My bad.. I have interpreted wrong. I was in understanding that UUID of the physical server and VM will be one and same. Now I got it right. Thank you.

Regards,
Siva.
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