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  • Backup solutions for VMware environment

    We've added VMware servers to our data center, and we're looking for a backup solution that works. There will be a mix of ESX 4.0 and ESX 3.5 hosts along with vCenter 4.0 with a mix of Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Red Hat 4.x and 5.x, SQL Server 2005 and Oracle database. TSM is...

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  • VMware v4, failure, ESX hosts disconnecting from vCenter and EMC SAN, SCSI Reservation issues also, October 2010

    We have a multi cluster VMware environment consisting of HP BL680’s, DL580’s and DL585’s that has been very stable for over a year and we have made no recent changes to storage, switches, hosts or HBAs. Recently we experienced two incidents where ESX hosts on different clusters have...

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  • Clarrification on VSphere with vCenter

    There are 3 Questions that i would like to know of . Till date , We have our ESX Servers added as part of Virtual Center through its IP address . We are planning to remove and add it using its FQDN . In this scenario , Will we be able to retain the performance data of the ESX Server and Virtual...

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