Tags » Vcenter

Wednesday Tidbit: Migrating an embedded PSC to an external PSC

Recently I deployed a new vSphere 6 vCenter with an embedded Platform Services Controller to the home lab for a PoC. Whilst the deployment was only meant to be temporary, it has evolved into a permanent feature. 211 more words

Wednesday Tidbit

vCenter tip: housekeeping tips for your vCenter Server Database

If using a small/medium vCenter setup may well be using a Postgres database to get you by. Good to run a check on it from time to time. 259 more words

VMware

Implementing a VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure with Horizon View 6.2 – Part 3: Creating the templates

In part 2 we installed the VMware Horizon View Connection Servers and View Composer in preparation for deploying our virtual desktops.

In this part we configure our two templates which will be used by all members of the business. 1,243 more words

VMware

vCenter Server 5.5 Update 3a: Update fails with Warning 32014.

Recently during an upgrade of a an instance of a vCenter Server System to 5.5 Update 3a the installation returned an error with the following message: 423 more words

VMware

Implementing a VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure with Horizon View 6.2 – Part 2: Installing the Connection Servers and Composer

In part 1 of this series, I outlined the design for implementing a virtual desktop infrastructure solution using VMware View. In this part, I demonstrate how to install and configure the VMware View Connection Server and View Composer in preparation for deploying virtual desktops. 2,121 more words

VMware

scsi_id not returning any output in a VM on VMware ESX

  1. scsi_id not returning result:

    scsi_id -g -u -d /dev/sdb
    No Result

  2. Start the vSphere Client, and log in to a vCenter Server.
  3.  Select Virtual Machines for which you want to retrieve disk unique id.
109 more words
DB

Unregister vSphere Replication from vCenter Server if the Appliance Was Deleted

If the vSphere Replication appliance virtual machine does not exist because it was deleted, you cannot use the virtual appliance management interface (VAMI) to unregister vSphere Replication from vCenter Server. 144 more words

VCenter