Free performance monitoring for VMware™ and IBM Power Systems™

LPAR2RRD and STOR2RRD Virtual Appliance

You can use VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V image for fast start or for product evaluation purposes.
It contains installed and configured LPAR2RRD and STOR2RRD products with all their prerequisites.
It is distributed in OVF or Hyper-V format easily importable in your infrastructure

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Image installation and configuration instructions: LPAR2RRD
Image installation and configuration instructions: STOR2RRD
Release notes

Getting started

Virtual Appliance can be installed:
  • As a virtual machine in your vCenter or ESXi
  • On VMware player. A free non-commercial version.
  • As a virtual machine in your Microsoft Hyper-V server
Acquired IP address is printed out on the console after the appliance starts up.
Navigate your web browser to the address shown on the welcoming screen.
http://<appliance IP>/

Product webs are accessible with this credentials:
WEB user monitor
Password               <password can be found in the pdf document distributed together with the image>
Sites: http://<appliance IP>/lpar2rrd , http://<appliance IP>/stor2rrd

System defaults
Operating SystemCentOS 7, 64bit
root <password can be found in the pdf document distributed together with the image>
lpar2rrd                  <password can be found in the pdf document distributed together with the image>
IP address DHCP

Virtual machine settings
Processors               2
Memory 3GB
Hard-drive 50GB (thin provisioned)
Network Bridged (using DHCP)
VMware Tools installed (VMware image only)

The VMware image should work on recent VMware products as well on other virtualization software that support OVF (Open Virtualization Format). The image has been successfully installed on at least:
  • VMware player 6
  • VMware ESX 4.1
Recommended HW sizing:
  • Evaluation purposes:
    • 3GB RAM
    • 2 CPU
    • 50GB disk space (thin provisioning)
  • Production with 1000 VMs and 4 storages (2000 LUNs)
    • 8GB RAM
    • 4 CPUs
    • 50GB disk space (thin provisioning)