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i have problem in switching from physical to vmware. i want to move my physical servers to esx vmware. please guide me.
What 'problem' do you have??? The steps are:
Build VMWare ESX server
Define a guest container
Since you already say you've GOT a Linux DNS server up and running, I'm assuming you know steps 3 and 4 already. The VMware documentation covers steps one and two, and your tech-support for VMware ESX can also help you.
i know these steps . but i want to move my current dns server (with all configurations) in vmware esx5.
i think i can install new cetnos 6.3 on vmware and move only configuration files. is that right?
Again, if you have already built and configured a Linux DNS server, you already know what's involved. Putting the server on a VMware guest is no different than building a physical server. You configure it the same way.
So if you want to just move a DNS server, you would obviously just copy the DNS configuration files to the new server, as you would with ANY server migration.