Appendix B. Attaching the Local ISO Domain to a Data Center

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The local ISO domain, created during the Manager installation, appears in the Administration Portal as Unattached. To use it, attach it to a data center. The ISO domain must be of the same Storage Type as the data center. Each host in the data center must have read and write access to the ISO domain. In particular, ensure that the Storage Pool Manager has access.
Only one ISO domain can be attached to a data center.

Procedure B.1. Attaching the Local ISO Domain to a Data Center

  1. In the Administration Portal, click the Data Centers resource tab and select the appropriate data center.
  2. Select the Storage tab in the details pane to list the storage domains already attached to the data center.
  3. Click Attach ISO to open the Attach ISO Library window.
  4. Click the radio button for the local ISO domain.
  5. Click OK.
The ISO domain is now attached to the data center and is automatically activated.
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