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  • How to clear a clogged core dump in VMware ESXi

    With a little manipulation via SSH or ESXi Shell, a locked core dump file can soon be just a distant memory for your ESXi environment.

    mwpreston40 pointsBadges:
  • How to overcome a missing driver problem in an ESXi home lab build

    Getting the newest ESXi platform running in a home lab requires some ingenuity if the necessary drivers aren't in the general availability release.

    TomWalat445 pointsBadges:
  • Using esxtop to check processor and memory utilization

    Readily available hypervisor tools, such as esxtop in VMware ESXi, can aid technicians in isolating and correcting virtual machine performance problems.

    editor13,265 pointsBadges:
  • Creating ESXi shared storage in VMware vSphere Hypervisor

    With a few clicks in the vSphere Client, you can augment VMware data stores on local hosts with ESXi shared storage.

    svanvugt800 pointsBadges:
  • Some Microsoft shops can’t abandon VMware; choosing ESXi over ESX

    This week's VMware news roundup includes news on Microsoft shops that are hesitant to abandon VMware technologies, and a case study about choosing ESXi over ESX.

    ITKE343,740 pointsBadges:
  • Network time synchronization for VMware ESXi: Timing is everything

    Time is money, and in your VMware infrastructure, network time synchronization ensures that your ESXi hosts are timed to work correctly with other hosts and services.

    svanvugt800 pointsBadges:
  • How do I toggle access between multiple virtual machines?

    When running several Linux virtual machines on VMware ESXi, is there a way to move from one to the next with a hotkey?

    svanvugt800 pointsBadges:
  • Patching VMware ESXi Installable

    Patching VMware ESXi Installable has changed since the release of ESXi 4.1. Now the only way to update the free hypervisor is with the vihostupdate command-line utility.

    Eric Siebert1,605 pointsBadges:
  • ESXi Shell brings hidden vSphere management capabilities to light

    Not all management tasks in a vSphere environment are handled from the vSphere client. Some require commands executed from ESXi Shell.

    svanvugt800 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring the ESXi firewall in VMware vSphere 5

    The ESXi 5 hypervisor has a new firewall, similar to the ESX firewall of yore. You can configure it through the vSphere Client or command line, depending on your preference.

    d111111,335 pointsBadges:
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