• Command to list installed patches on ESXi 4.0 host

    [em]Does anyone know a powercli command that will work to show all installed patches on an ESXi host?[/em] I've read that it can easily be done within RCLI using the esxupdate -query command. However, I work for a government agency where the approval process for new software (RCLI) is measured in...

    Triley5525 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 virtual machine in VMware ESXi server?

    Can I install a virtual machine in Windows Server 2008 Ent x64 Edition which is a VM in VM Ware ESXi server?

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • ESXi Datastore to Guest Machine

    I have Installed ESXi on HP DL 380 G6 with total 6 HDD. I have created first 2HDD using Raid1 ( total size of 138GB) and the rest 4HDD using Raid5 ( total size 800GB). After finishing of ESXi Installation, I can see both storage under ESXi's datastore. My issue is how do I present the whole 800GB...

    Bobozin25 pointsBadges:
  • ESXi v4.1 White Box

    I'm looking to put together a server to run ESXi v4.1.  I've selected the following hardware components and would appreciate any advice/input good/bad:  Case: Athena Power CA-SWH02BH7  Mobo: TYAN S8230GM4NR-DL  PSU: Athena Power AP-P4ATXK110FEP  CPU: AMD Opteron 6134 Magny-Cours 2.3GHz  64gig...

    DaveMPA55 pointsBadges:
  • Add new hard drive in ESXi 4

    I've installed ESXi 4 on a 40gb ATA drive.  I've also added two 1tb Hitachi SATA drives using the controller on an ASUS M4A785-M motherboard.  How do I format those two drive to make them available as datastores for virtual machines?

    Glbetts5 pointsBadges:
  • Presenting a data store to Multiple ESX environment

    I have a vSphere 4.0 environment and I have some LUNs from an EMC presented to the hosts in the vShpere environment. I have recently set up another environment with vShpere 4.1 and I would like to know if I can present the same LUNs to the new environment (vSphere 4.1) while they are still...

    Nims5 pointsBadges:
  • VMWare ESXi Unable to delete datastore

    I have tried removing my VMDatastore1 in order to recreate it and increase the block size. I am getting the following message ' ERROR DURING THE CONFIGURATION OF HOST: DESTROYVMFSDATASTORE: CANT DELETE PARTITION 3 ON LUN vmhba2:0:0'. Is this some sort of registry from when it was first created? On...

    Marleycrown15 pointsBadges:
  • best laptop for esxi 4.0

    which is the best laptop for esxi 4.0

    Religion15 pointsBadges:
  • Virtualisation benefits and pitfalls

    Hi, Are there any comprehensive reports/reviews/articles about the advantages and disadvantages of virtualisation? I need the reports/reviews/articles to be objective.

    Tigers200950 pointsBadges:
  • what is the difference between esx , esx server , esxi

    what is the difference between esx , esx server , esxi

    Shaikni5 pointsBadges:
  • NIC Bridging on VM problem

    I have a ESXI 4.0 host with 4 nics setup for teaming (fault tolerance and load balancing). I have 2 vms setup on the host, when I setup bridging using 2 or more nics on the vm, the bridge nic shows bytes sent but 0 bytes received and the physical nics show sent bytes 0 and bytes being received. I...

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • NIC Bridging

    Should I use nic bridging on the vm guest that is on a single vlan if the esxi 4.0 host nics configured for teaming? Why or Why not?

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • Problem bridging nics that have been teamed on ESXI 4.0

    The NIC teaming (Load Balancing) is setup on the ESXI 4.0 host, and when I attempt to setup bridging on the Windows 2003 Server VM guest, the VM stops communicating.

    Reggies90 pointsBadges:
  • How to do a backup with ghettoVCB to a datastore in another ESXi Server

    Hello, I have a little quuestion. I have got 2 servers ESXi, and I want to do a backup from Server1/datastore1 to Server2/datastore2. It's possible to do this backup with ghettoVCB. Very thanks for all

    Xarcom10 pointsBadges:
  • Whats the Procedure to get VMWare ESXi up and Running on New Hardware Server Blade

    I am planning to get VMWare ESXi 3.5 on an New Server hardware ( that possibly does not figure in the HCL list of VMWare / Communicty HCL list / WhiteBox HCL). So if I do run into issues ( which i think I will) , how do I get resolved. Should I approach the Vendor / VMWare for Resolution ?

    Chinnadvrk5 pointsBadges:
  • Can i use Hyper-V and Vmware esxi on the same machine?

    Can i use Hyper-V and Vmware esxi on the same machine? This question is from the 5/14 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Converter

    Please note: The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user. I've heard that virtual machines created with VMware Server can run on VMware ESXi, but they have to be converted using the tool provided by VMware. Is there anything I need to do to prep my VM for this transition?...

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • R1Soft support VMware ESXi backup?

    Please note: The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user. Does R1Soft support VMware ESXi backup? Do I need to install it within the VM for it to work? Any tips?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Test lab to defects tracebility

    Is there any way to find out the list of defects raised during the execution of a particular lab?

    Vikrantkale5 pointsBadges:
  • metadata

    I have been told that when examing a floppy dik the metadata showed no inconsistencies and that the dates are taken from the system clock and GMT. Is it therefore possible to manipulate the dates so they are both consistant with each other and what would have been tested on a disk to show GMT.

    Kimfazz10 pointsBadges:

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