Some aspects of your PlateSpin Server behavior are controlled by configuration parameters that you set on a PlateSpin Configuration page (https://Your_PlateSpin_Server/PlateSpinConfiguration/) using the Migrate Web Interface. You can also access this page from the Web Interface, by selecting > , then click the link provided. On the PlateSpin Server Configuration Settings page, search for the parameter of interest.
Theparameter in PlateSpin Configuration lets you configure the name of the vApp template used for the Replication Environment during vCloud replications.
By default, the value of this parameter is. However, if you have edited the name of the vApp Template to which you uploaded the OVF PlateSpin package, then you must set the value of the parameter to the new name of the vApp Template.
When an error occurs during a migration, cloud resources are either deleted or retained based on the setting for theparameter in PlateSpin Configuration.
By default, this parameter is set to False and PlateSpin deletes the target VM and its associated resources if there is an error during migration. If you need PlateSpin to retain these resources for troubleshooting and do not want to delete them, set the setting to True.
The root user of the PlateSpin Replication Environment (PRE) for vCloud.parameter in PlateSpin Configuration lets you configure a custom password for the
By default, the root user password required to access the PlateSpin Replication Environment is randomly generated and encrypted. To troubleshoot replication failures, you must access the PRE as the root user. Use the parameter to set a custom password that overrides the default password. You can then access the PlateSpin Replication Environment as a root user with the newly set password.