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Posted in Hayattan | No Comment | 132 views | 15/04/2014 15:34

Merhaba,

12 Nisan 2014 Cumartesi günü Microsoft Türkiye’de yapmış olduğum sunumun dosyalarını aşağıdan indirebilirsiniz.

Dosyaları kullanabilmek aynı zamanda PoSHServer kurulumunu da yapmanız gerekecektir.

Kolay gelsin.


Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell | No Comment | 109 views | 01/04/2014 10:41

You can search a VM directory in Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) with following script:

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# VM Name
$VMName = "VM Test"
 
# Get Cluster Nodes
$ClusterNodes = "vmhost01.domain.com","vmhost12.domain.com"
 
foreach ($ClusterNode in $ClusterNodes)
{
	$Volumes = Get-ChildItem -Directory -Path \\$ClusterNode\C$\ClusterStorage\
	foreach ($Volume in $Volumes)
	{
		$ConfigFolders = Get-ChildItem -Directory -Path \\$ClusterNode\C$\ClusterStorage\$Volume
 
		foreach ($ConfigFolder in $ConfigFolders)
		{
			$Result = "0";
 
			Write-Host $ConfigFolder
 
			if ($ConfigFolder -like "*$VMName*")
			{
				Write-Host " "
				Write-Warning "VMName: $VMName"
				Write-Warning "Volume: $Volume"
				Write-Warning "VMHost: $ClusterNode"
				Write-Host " "
			}
		}
	}
}

This script requires at least PowerShell v3 to work.


Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell | No Comment | 197 views | 31/03/2014 17:04

You can grant a user role to a virtual machine with following command:

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$UserRole = Get-SCUserRole -Name "Test User Role"
$VM | Set-SCVirtualMachine -Owner $UserRole.Members[0].Name -UserRole $UserRole
Grant-SCResource -Resource $VM -UserName $UserRole.Members[0].Name -UserRoleID @($UserRole.ID.Guid)

After that you will be able to reach it from System Center App Controller.


Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell | 2 Comments | 113 views | 31/03/2014 16:45

You can use following script to get VM CPU Counts on SCVMM 2012 R2:

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PS C:\Users\yusufozt\Desktop> $Results = Get-VM | Measure-Object -Property CPUCount -Sum
PS C:\Users\yusufozt\Desktop> $Results
 
Count    : 108
Average  :
Sum      : 292
Maximum  :
Minimum  :
Property : CPUCount

You can get total count by using $Results.Sum value.


Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell | 2 Comments | 152 views | 25/03/2014 16:50

You can get VM list in a VMHostCluster with following command:

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((Get-SCVMHOST -VMHostCluster $Cluster).Name | foreach { Get-VM -VMHost $_ }).Name

That will output all virtual machine names in that cluster.


Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell, Windows Server | No Comment | 178 views | 25/03/2014 16:44

You can use this script to move your VMs into another Cloud (Cloud Migration) and Cluster on SCVMM 2012 R2.
This script only works on SCVMM 2012 R2 due to vHBA control.
You can remove vHBA control to make it work on SCVMM 2012 SP1.

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# Parameters
$DestinationCloud = "New Cloud"
$DestinationHostCluster = "cluster.domain.com"
 
# Create VM Array
$VMArray = New-Object System.Collections.ArrayList
$VMArray.Clear();
 
# Add VMs into Array
$AddArray = $VMArray.Add("VM01")
$AddArray = $VMArray.Add("VM02")
$AddArray = $VMArray.Add("VM03")
$AddArray = $VMArray.Add("VM04")
 
# Get Destination Cloud
$Cloud = Get-SCCloud -Name $DestinationCloud
 
# Cloud Host Group Path
$HostGroupPath = (($Cloud.HostGroup)[0]).Path + "*"
 
foreach ($VMName in $VMArray)
{
	# Get VM
	$VM = Get-SCVirtualMachine -Name $VMName
 
	# Output
	Write-Host VM Name: $VMName
	Write-Host " "
 
	if ($VM.HasPassthroughDisk -eq $False -and $VM.HasVirtualFibreChannelAdapters -eq $False)
	{
		# Current Cloud
		$CurrentCloud = Get-SCCloud -Name $VM.Cloud.Name
 
		# Current Hyper-V Host
		$CurrentVMHost = Get-SCVMHost -ComputerName $VM.VMHost.Name
 
		# Create Job Guid
		$JobGuid = [System.Guid]::NewGuid().toString()
 
		# Remove from Cloud
		$SetCloud = $VM | Set-SCVirtualMachine -RemoveFromCloud
 
		# Get Best Available Hyper-V Host
		if ($DestinationHostCluster)
		{
			$VMHostName = (@(Get-SCVMHost | Where {$_.VMHostGroup -like $HostGroupPath -and $_.HostCluster.Name -eq $DestinationHostCluster -and $_.CoresPerCPU -eq $CurrentVMHost.CoresPerCPU -and $_.CPUArchitecture -eq $CurrentVMHost.CPUArchitecture -and $_.CPUFamily -eq $CurrentVMHost.CPUFamily } | Select Name,AvailableMemory | Sort AvailableMemory -Descending)[0]).Name
		}
		else
		{
			$VMHostName = ((Get-SCVMHost | Where {$_.VMHostGroup -like $HostGroupPath -and $_.CoresPerCPU -eq $CurrentVMHost.CoresPerCPU -and $_.CPUArchitecture -eq $CurrentVMHost.CPUArchitecture -and $_.CPUFamily -eq $CurrentVMHost.CPUFamily } | Select Name,AvailableMemory | Sort AvailableMemory -Descending)[0]).Name
		}
 
		if ($VMHostName)
		{
			# Output
			Write-Host Target Host: $VMHostName
 
			# Get Best Available CSV
			$VolumeName = ((Get-SCStorageVolume | Where {$_.VMHost -eq $VMHostName -and $_.IsClusterSharedVolume -eq $True} | Select Name,FreeSpace | Sort FreeSpace -Descending)[0]).Name
 
			# Output
			Write-Host Target Volume: $VolumeName
			Write-Host " "
 
			# Get Hyper-V Host Information
			$VMHost = Get-SCVMHost -ComputerName $VMHostName
			[int64]$VMHostAvailableMemory = [int64]$VMHost.AvailableMemory + 10240 		# Leave 10 GB Available Memory
 
			# Get CSV Information
			$Volume = Get-SCStorageVolume -Name $VolumeName -VMHost $VMHostName
			[int64]$VolumeFreeSpace = [int64]$Volume.FreeSpace + 107374182400 			# Leave 100 GB Free Space
 
			# Control Free Memory
			if ($VM.Memory -lt $VMHostAvailableMemory -and $VM.TotalSize -lt $VolumeFreeSpace)
			{
				# Get Virtual Network Adapters
				$VirtualNetworkAdapters = $VM | Get-SCVirtualNetworkAdapter
 
				foreach ($VirtualNetworkAdapter in $VirtualNetworkAdapters)
				{
					# Clear VM Network
					$VMNetwork = $Null;
 
					# Get VM Network
					$VMNetwork = Get-SCVMNetwork | Where {$_.Name -eq $VirtualNetworkAdapter.VMNetwork.Name}
 
					if (!$VMNetwork)
					{
						$VMNetwork = Get-SCVMNetwork | Where {$_.VMSubnet.SubnetVLANs.VLanID -eq $VirtualNetworkAdapter.VLanID}
					}
 
					# Destination Virtual Network
					$VirtualNetwork = ((Get-VM -Cloud $Cloud | Where {$_.VirtualNetworkAdapters.VMNetwork.Name -eq $VirtualNetworkAdapter.VMNetwork.Name -and $_.VirtualNetworkAdapters.VirtualNetwork})[0]).VirtualNetworkAdapters.VirtualNetwork
 
					# Set VM Network Adapter
					$SetSCVirtualNetworkAdapter = Set-SCVirtualNetworkAdapter -VirtualNetworkAdapter $VirtualNetworkAdapter -VirtualNetwork $VirtualNetwork -VMNetwork $VMNetwork -JobGroup $JobGuid
				}
 
				# Move VM
				$MoveSCVirtualMachine = $VM | Move-SCVirtualMachine -VMHost $VMHostName -HighlyAvailable $True -UseLAN -UseDiffDiskOptimization -JobGroup $JobGuid -Path $VolumeName
 
				Write-Host "Migration process is finished."
				Write-Host "Please check job results to ensure that if operation is successful.."
				Write-Host " "
				Write-Host " "
 
				# Set Cloud
				$SetCloud = $VM | Set-SCVirtualMachine -Cloud $Cloud
 
				# Refresh VM
				$RefreshVM = $VM | Refresh-VM
			}
			else
			{
				Write-Host "Not enough resources to move VM.."
				Write-Host "Skipping migration.."
				Write-Host " "
				Write-Host " "
 
				# Set Cloud
				$SetCloud = $VM | Set-SCVirtualMachine -Cloud $CurrentCloud
			}
		}
		else
		{
			Write-Host "There is no available host to migrate VM.."
			Write-Host "Skipping migration.."
			Write-Host " "
			Write-Host " "
		}
	}
	else
	{
		Write-Host "VM has Pass-through disks or vHBA.."
		Write-Host "Skipping migration.."
		Write-Host " "
		Write-Host " "
	}
}

After migrations, please check SCVMM job results to see if migrations are successful.


Posted in Windows Powershell, Windows Server | No Comment | 205 views | 24/03/2014 11:02

You can query network adapter information via WMI. Just add your all hosts into Servers.txt and use following script:

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$Servers = Get-Content Servers.txt
foreach ($Server in $Servers)
{
	$ErrorActionPreference = "silentlycontinue"
	$Ping = New-Object System.Net.Networkinformation.ping
	$Status = $Null
	$Status = ($Ping.Send("$Server", 1)).Status
	if ($Status -eq "Success")
	{
		ForEach ($Adapter in (Get-WmiObject Win32_NetworkAdapter -ComputerName $Server))
		{  
			$Config = Get-WmiObject Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration -Filter "Index = '$($Adapter.Index)'" -ComputerName $Server
			if ($Config.IPAddress)
			{
				$Output = $Server + ";" + $Adapter.Name + ";" + $Config.IPAddress[0] + ";" + $Config.MacAddress
				Write-Host $Output
			}
		}
	}
}

After that you will see all network adapters and ip configurations.