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Save State VM Activity

更新日期: 2010年12月

適用於: System Center Service Manager 2010

This activity saves the state of a virtual machine, and then stops the virtual machine.

  • The Virtual Machine Manager console and Service Manager must be both installed on the same server.

  • Ensure that the Service Manager Workflow account has sufficient permissions to modify security groups in Active Directory Domain Services.

The Save State VM activity uses the following input properties:

 

Display Name Internal Name Type Required Description

Continue On Error

ContinueOnError

Boolean

No (default setting is True)

Determines whether the workflow should continue running if the activity fails.

Has Error

HasError

N/A

Specifies if the activity has an error set. (Read-only)

Job Variable

JobVariable

String

No

Specifies that job progress is tracked and stored in the variable named by this parameter.

Management Group

ManagementGroup

String

No

Specifies the management group in which this activity will run. Set to localhost. (Read-only)

PROTipID

PROTipID

Guid

No

Specifies the ID of the Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) tip that triggered this action. Allows for future auditing of PRO tips.

Run Asynchronously

RunAsynchronously

Boolean

No (default setting is False)

Specifies that the job runs asynchronously so that control returns to the command shell immediately.

Script Server

Target

String

Yes

Specifies the Domain Name System (DNS) name of the server that runs the Service Manager console. Do not use localhost.

Script Time Limit

TimeoutSeconds

Integer

No (default setting is 300 seconds)

Specifies the maximum number of seconds to allow for the activity to run.

VM ID

VMID

String

Yes

Specifies the unique ID of the virtual machine to be saved.

VMM Server

VMMServer

String

Yes

Specifies the name of the System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) server that manages the virtual machines.

The Save State VM activity generates the output described in the following table:

 

Display Name Internal Name Type Comments

VM ID

VMID

String

Specifies the unique ID of the virtual machine that was saved. The input VM ID and the output VM ID are equal unless the activity failed to find a virtual machine with a VM ID that matches the input VM ID. In that case, the output VM ID is set to Null.

The Save State VM activity uses the custom tracking service supplied by Service Manager to log errors and exceptions when the activity runs. The activity generates errors or exceptions as appropriate if any of the script properties cannot be resolved.

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