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Starting from vSphere 4.1, IPv6 support has been introduced to the virtual platform from VMware. It is enabled in the vCenter Server Appliance by default and can be controlled in VCSA 6.0 and 6.5 from the Direct Console User Interface (Customize System > Configure Management Network > IPv6 Configuration). 280 more words
Working with VMware vCenter using PowerShell and TabExpansionPlusPlus module
If you read my previous blog posts, you will know I created some Tab Completion scripts to help me with managing… 273 more words
Warning: The available space to /dev/disks/naa. appears to have shrunk. This may happen if the disk size has reduced. The space has been reduced by (x blocks).
I had to hold a training and decided to recycle some (relatively) old hosts and have them installed with vSphere 6.5.0d and most important vSAN 6.6 as I had 4 hosts, each with 5 SSDs… 422 more words
IF you have seen this err0r, you’re somehow trully fucked-up. Probably a third party appliance or software made a lock on your stored in datastore *.vmdk files creating -delta ones. 702 more words
I encountered a Health Message for my VCSA 22.214.171.124200 Build Number 5326079.