RVC stands for Remote Virtual Console. This tool was designed for VMware based hypervisor environments, but it has the same functionality on Hyper-V based hypervisors.
What makes the tool unique is the presence of a web interface. You can make the web interface function as a replica of the console, except the console is not attached to the hypervisor anymore.
The web interface has several functionalities:
• Providing a network based GUI (Tunnel access to the console).
• VPN connections to remote ESX/ESXi hosts.
• Providing information about hardware status and networking status.
• Show the hardware state of the remote hypervisor (e.g. memory, CPU, power, disk and network status).
• Showing information about virtualized devices such as disks and IP addresses.
• Showing system information such as VSS status and a list of running processes.
• The web interface also supports restarting the Hypervisor or a VM.
• The web interface enables you to do updates to the remote Hypervisor/VM. This tool also supports Microsoft PowerShell remoting.
The RVC tool is started by running the RVC command. You can specify the hypervisor via the -h parameter, the hostname or IP address via the -i parameter or a port number via the -p parameter. The -c parameter specifies the command to execute. The -s parameter specifies the username and password for the connection to the remote Hypervisor. This is only required if the hypervisor uses username and password. You can use the -s parameter to specify a username and password for the command line mode too.
You can start the RVC tool from the hypervisor using the following syntax:
RVC -h -i -p -c -s
For instance, you can start the RVC tool from the VM node:
RVC -i vmnode01 -p 5555 -c «free -m -x» -s
The RVC tool provides many ways to identify a specific hypervisor. You can use the hypervisor name in the -h parameter, the IP address or the port number in the -i parameter, or the hostname in the -i parameter. The port number can be omitted if the hostname in the -i parameter represents the same host as the hostname in the -h parameter. eea19f52d2
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