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Hyper-V Integration

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Problem

Jessie not fully integrated with Hyper-V out of the box.

Solution

/usr/bin/hv_get_dhcp_info

#!/bin/bash

# This example script retrieves the DHCP state of a given interface. # In the interest of keeping the KVP daemon code free of distro specific # information; the kvp daemon code invokes this external script to gather # DHCP setting for the specific interface. # # Input: Name of the interface # # Output: The script prints the string "Enabled" to stdout to indicate # that DHCP is enabled on the interface. If DHCP is not enabled, # the script prints the string "Disabled" to stdout. # # Each Distro is expected to implement this script in a distro specific # fashion. For instance on Distros that ship with Network Manager enabled, # this script can be based on the Network Manager APIs for retrieving DHCP # information.

#if_file="/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-"$1 if_file="/etc/network/interfaces"

dhcp=$(grep "$1 inet dhcp" $if_file 2>/dev/null)

if [ "$dhcp" != "" ]; then echo "Enabled" else echo "Disabled" fi

/usr/bin/hv_get_dns_info:

#!/bin/bash

# This example script parses /etc/resolv.conf to retrive DNS information. # In the interest of keeping the KVP daemon code free of distro specific # information; the kvp daemon code invokes this external script to gather # DNS information. # This script is expected to print the nameserver values to stdout. # Each Distro is expected to implement this script in a distro specific # fashion. For instance on Distros that ship with Network Manager enabled, # this script can be based on the Network Manager APIs for retrieving DNS # entries.

cat /etc/resolv.conf 2>/dev/null | awk '/^nameserver/ { print $2 }'

Then do this:

echo 'deb >>http://http.debian.net/debian jessie-backports main' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/backports.list
apt-get update
apt-get install hyperv-daemons

Reboot, and you should be good to go.

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