To successfully copy resources to or from a vCloud Director cloud, you must add disk storage to the vCloud Connector Node associated with that cloud.

To add disk storage in vCloud Director, you must add disks.

You are a vCloud Director Org Administrator. You are logged on to vCloud Director.

1

Power down the vCloud Connector Node.

2

Click the My Cloud tab.

3

Select VMs in the left panel.

4

Right-click the console icon of the powered-down vCloud Connector Node in the center panel and select Properties.

5

In the Virtual Machine Properties popup, select the Hardware tab.

6

Click the Add + button to add an additional disk to the Node.

Size the disk based on the size of the resources you intend to transfer.

7

Click OK to accept the change.

8

Right-click the Node console icon and power on the Node.

9

Right-click the Node console icon and select Popout Console.

If you have not yet installed the VMware Remote Console plug-in, you are prompted to install it.

10

Using the console, log on to the Node as admin.

The default password is vmware.

11

At the command prompt, type: .

ls /dev/sd*

A disk is created named something like "sdc".

12

Run the following command to add the new disk.

sudo /opt/vmware/hcagent/scripts/add_disk.sh <diskname>

13

Log out of the console.