Other than SLES 11 SP1 having the optimized drivers in the kernel (so
there are not directly packages you can check that I know of).
Mouse issue, not that I noticed… But so far I have only worked with
one HyperV setup that had two SLES 11 SP1 servers (doing web/mysql
services). That was working fine.
Do make sure you are running with the latest SLES patches applied. For
one there was an issue with the connection of the network interface
dropping which was resolved in later kernel patches… and I also think
drives for HyperV have been updated.
You can use tools like bonnie, do some network benchmark tests and see
if the performance is what you expect from it.
Any specific issues you are seeing?
I am shortly before running crazy with this mouse issue!
We are using Windows Server 2008r2 and installed SLES11SP1 in Hyper-V.
Everything works, except the mouse.
The SLES is uptodate, all novell patches are installed. What can be
done to activate the kernel module “Vmbus”?
‘Citrix Project Satori’ (http://www.xen.org/products/satori.html)
If I try to ./setup.pl the citrix satori, I get following message:
Vmbus driver not installed!
Please install it and rerun.
What can be done?
Greetings from Hamburg in Germany
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