This article explains how to copy a stopped Cloud Server from an MCP 1.0 Data Center location to an MCP 2.0 Data Center location.

Prerequisites:

  1. The user must be a Primary Administrator or have the Server role assigned
  2. Source Server must be in an MCP 1.0 location
  3. Source Server must be in a STOPPED and NORMAL state
  4. All controllers, disks, NICs, and other components of Source Server must be in a NORMAL state
  5. Total Size of All Disks + ISO + FLP on Source Server must not exceed 4,000 GB
  6. Source Server must not contain any Disks with a Variable IOPS Disk Speed
  7. Target VLAN ID must refer to an MCP 2.0 VLAN (in the same Geographic Region as the Source Server)
    1. Note: The target VLAN can be either an Attached or Detached VLAN
  8. Target VLAN must be in a NORMAL state
  9. Source and Target data centers must not be in hypervisor maintenance
  10. The organization must not currently be at the limit for copying images. 
    1. An organization can copy up to two Images at the same time. See How to Copy a Client Image between Locations in the Same Geographic Region
  11. Source Server configuration must be valid for the target MCP 2.0 data center default cluster
  12. Source Server virtual hardware version must be valid for the target MCP 2.0 data center
  13. If IPv4 address input is provided:
    1. IPv4 must exist in the Target VLAN range
    2. IPv4 must not be system-reserved (i.e. network/broadcast address or LOW/HIGH/SMALL IP addressing rules) on the Target VLAN
    3. IPv4 must not be exclusively reserved
  14. Source Server can only have one NIC

Content / Solution:

  1. Select the MCP 1.0 Data Center where the Server you want to copy to an MCP 2.0 Data Center is located:


  2. The Data Center dashboard will be displayed. Select the MCP 1.0 Network where the Server you want to copy to an MCP 2.0 Data Center is located:


  3. The Network dashboard will be displayed. Click on the Servers tab and locate the MCP 1.0 Cloud Server you want to copy to an MCP 2.0 Data Center. Click on the Manage gear and click the Copy to MCP2 Data Center button:


  4. The Copy to MCP2 Data Center dialog will be displayed:


  5. Fill out the form with the desired information. Once complete, click the Confirm button:

  6. The system will display a message indicating that the operation is in progress:



  7. The system will display the progress of the operation in the Servers tab of the Network dashboard:


  8. Once the operation has finished, the system will display a message indicating that the operation is complete:


  9. The Server will be copied to the designated MCP 2.0 Network Domain:

     

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