Sunday Apr 21, 2013

Use Local VNC Viewer to Access Guest VM Console


Here I'd like to explain how to configure the Java RAS proxy so that you can use your preferred local VNC client to access the guest VM console. For more details and the background, please consult Oracle VM Installation and Upgrade Guide where it explains the VNC console used to connect virtual machines in x86-based server pools.


To configure which VNC viewer to use with the Options > Configuration menu item of the Java RAS proxy window, enter the path to the VNC client on the host computer.


On an Windows desktop, for example,  specify the parameters $host and $port if the VNC client requires these parameters in a different format than the default host:port, then click OK.



If you don't have a local VNC viewer, be sure to get the latest TightVNC package from Oracle's public YUM repository to be installed on the server running Oracle VM Manager:



# rpm -ivh tightvnc-java-1.3.9-5.noarch.rpm

Fore more details, visit the documentation:


for more information on using and configuring the VNC client. 

Saturday Jul 07, 2012

Best Practices to Accelerate Oracle VM Server Deployments

IOUG (Independent Oracle User Group) Virtualization SIG is hosting the webcast on the best practices of Oracle VM server virtualization.


  • July 11, 2012 - Webcast: Best Practices to Accelerate Oracle VM Server for SPARC Deployments, see the recording and slides.


For more white paper about best practices, visit Oracle VM OTN page here.

Sunday May 27, 2012

Full Stack Story with Oracle VM

Full Stack Story with Oracle VMWhen we talk about the server virtualization solution from Oracle, Oracle VM has the server virtualization and management components in one solution. One of the reasons that differentiate Oracle from others is the full stack story



Thursday May 24, 2012

Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2 was released

See the announcement at Oracle's virtualization blog.



Wednesday Aug 03, 2011

Setup SunRay at Home

SunRay at home


I just set up a SunRay 3i thin client at home. I used to have SunRay 270 at home, but I had to use a dedicated router for VPN connection. With the updated firmware, it's now easy to configure VPN from the SunRay built-in pop-up GUI options.


The SunRay thin client does not have a wifi connection. A simple workaround is to use a wifi client device, such as Asus Wireless-G Access Point (WL-330GE).


It's pretty cool that we have SunRay at work, SunRay at home, and the soft client for a regular desktop and the app for iPad.

Thursday Jun 02, 2011

Live on blogs.oracle.com


I'm glad that my old blog has been transitioned to blogs.oracle.com/hlsu. For up to date information about Oracle's virtualization portfolio, and how Oracle's virtualization solutions can help you, please check blogs.oracle.com/virtualization.

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