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VMware

vSAN all hosts down senario

The worst case scenario in a VMware vSAN cluster is all hosts down. A situation where no sysadmin wants to find themselves in. Panic & frustration quickly follow suit. Despite all

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Guides

Migration from Cisco 1000v to VMware Virtual Distributed Switch (Part 2)

This is part 2 of a series. Click here to see Part 1. I apologise for taking so long to get Part 2 posted. Sometimes I just don’t have the time or

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General

vExpert 2016

I am very honoured to be selected as a vExpert 2016 by VMware. Getting recognition is awesome but knowing that you are sharing content that is for the benefit of others is even

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Misc

Automatically reboot an ESXi host after PSOD

Anyone who has worked in a VMware environment for any length of time should be quite familiar with this purple diagnostic screen, or what we like to call the “purple screen

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Linux

Installing open-vm-tools on CentOS

Just a quick post here today. This is in regards to installing open-vm-tools on CentOS. There’s no need to download and install separate epel-release files anymore as it’s now in

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Hardware

New ESXi Server Build – VMH02 Replacement

This build was originally meant to be a remote ESXi server for my parents place, but I’ve ended up liking this new build so much I’m going to have to

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General

VMware HTML5 Client?

I’ve caught wind of a real HTML5 web client being developed. Its currently very early into development and is released as technical preview fling. To be clear it’s not for

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Guides

Enable SNMP on ESXi 5.5

This is a quick guide on how to configure ESXi 5.5 hosts for SNMP monitoring. I use Observium to monitor and collect information about devices on my home network that

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General

Visio Stencils For VMware, Hyper V, etc!

There are a couple of great websites that have a large collection of Visio stencils. When you’re in need of something more than the basic set of stencils that is

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VMware

End of General Support for vSphere 4.x

This is just a friendly heads up for anyone who may still have VMware vSphere 4.x (ESX, ESXi, and vCenter 4.x) in their environment. We have quickly approached the end