- "300 out of 500" : What is a passing score?
- Moving VMs from ESX to Workstation
- Moving a vmnic from vDS to vSS at the host commandline
- VMware: Repairing orphaned ESX snapshots
- NetApp port descriptions and what to do with e0M, SP and ACP
- PSExec command-line parameters
- NSX, BGP, ECMP quick hits
- NSX distributed logical router appliance Part 1
- My snapshots are where?
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Category Archives: Vendor rant
Lately my internet connection (a 30Mbps Teleworker account) has been “acting up” with a ping rate that varied from 11ms to 1000+ms a download of 30Mbps – .6Mbps and an upload of 4Mbps-.4Mbps (using speedtest.net pointed at their nearest server – … Continue reading
Available downloads: ESXi = install ISO or upgrade .zip vCenter server: Install ISO, appliance ovf, appliance ova vCops = appliance .ova or upgrade .pak Data protection= .ova or upgrade ISO Orchestrator= appliance ovf or appliance ova vCNS = appliance ova … Continue reading
Update 12/19: Found out they originally installed the wrong modem and I’ve received lower performance than I’ve paid for since I’ve been on Comcast. Update 7/14: Finally got a check for all the money they billed me after I closed … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted “Reason 25 not to use a Drobo” and refereed to an earlier post listing another reason. Some folks have asked what the other 23 are. My running list so far, in no particular order: (note this is … Continue reading
DroboElite’s have 4 options for “format type” NTFS (XP), NTFS (new than XP), Multi-Host and none. Why those are considered “format type” is beyond me, but suffice to say you need one of the NTFS versions to connect the volume … Continue reading
Tell me if this makes sense: You are required to enter your first and last name if you want to proceed as an anonymous user … Hmmmm.
So VMware has caused considerable consternation and gnashing of teeth over their new licensing structure. (see Twitter and other places I listed before)
With VMware View 4.x you had two licensing options, “Add-on” and “Bundle.” Add-on gave you the ability to use View to manage virtual desktops, Bundle included the required licenses to run vSphere (ESX/ESXi Enterprise plus and vCenter) for the virtual … Continue reading
I found out today the hard way that Dell/Equallogic require you to have a Equallogic storage array under contract in order to get access to their support site. Not the Dell support site, the Equallogic site. I have support logins … Continue reading