To successfully copy resources to or from a vSphere cloud, you must configure and resize the data disk associated with the vCloud Connector node for that vSphere cloud.

You have vSphere administrator privileges.

You have taken a snapshot of the virtual appliance.

1

Log in to the vSphere Client.

2

In the Home page, select VMs and Templates.

3

In the hierarchy tree, select the vCloud Connector node virtual appliance.

4

Right-click and select Edit Settings.

The Virtual Machine Properties window opens to the Hardware tab.

5

Select Hard disk 2 in the Hardware column.

6

Modify the size, based on the size of the resources you are going to be transferring, and click OK.

7

Right-click the vCloud Connector node virtual appliance and select Open Console.

8

Log in to the console as admin user.

The default password is vmware.

9

Run the following command to resize the disk:

sudo /opt/vmware/hcagent/scripts/resize_disk.sh

You will be prompted for the root password. The default password is vmware.

10

Type exit to log out of the console.