• Storage health not visible in vSphere console

    Hello community, I've got a HP Proliant ML330 G6 server that was recently updated to use HP ESXi 5.1 update 3. The reason for the update was partly to get the storage health to appear in the vSphere console. Post upgrade I am still unable to see the storage health. The server is compliant for the...

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  • Alarms from VSphere

    Does vSphere use the VMWARE-ENV-MIB? There does not appear to be any clearing events. Is this correct? How can an environment alarm be created to sample a notification?

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  • Cannot install vSphere 6 on Linux machine

    I can't get it to install on my Linux machine. What should I do?

    tester1235 pointsBadges:
  • DB2 crash on production Red Hat VM server

    We had a Red Hat virtual machine (VMware vSphere) that is hosting the database for our application the application runs normaling at some point it crashes with the error below seen on db2diag: ZRC=0x840F0001=-2079391743=SQLO_ACCD "Access Denied" DIA8701C Access denied for resource "", operating...

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  • What is the future of the VMware Administrator and vSphere

    What is the future of the VMware Administrator and vSphere with everything moving to Amazon?

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  • Sponsor Post: VMware Expert Live Chat – Tuesday 10/26 at 11am EDT

    Join us on October 26 from 11am-2pm EDT for Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications. In this LIVE chat with VMware experts, you’ll learn about application performance considerations, best practices and use cases for deploying Tier 1 applications on VMware. Click here for reminder email to...

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  • vSphere memory and CPU hot plug

    Can someone point me to known issues/caveats with vSphere hot add and Windows Server 2008? Thank you. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

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  • VSphere 4.0 Upgrade

    Hi, I would like to know what is involved in upgrading VMware ESX server 3.5 to VSphere 4.0. Any recommendations on best practices of doing this? Here is a list of questions that I would like to know: What steps are involved for the upgrade process? How does the upgrade process work? If something...

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  • Error when installing vSphere Client on Windows Server 2008 R2

    I am getting the following error when I try to log in to vSphere client on my Windows Server 2008 R2 "Error Parsing the server "x.x.x.x" "clients.xml" file Login will continue contact your system administrator" Does anyone know a fix for this?

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  • Installation of VMware Tools

    Hi Rick, I am a newbie in VMware concept. I have ESXi 4.1 installed in the server but while accessing the server thru VSphere Client, the summary page displays VMware Tools not installed. Please help me out. Siddharth

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  • Free version of vSphere 4.0 like ESXi 3.5?

    Is there going to be a free version of vSphere 4.0 like ESXi 3.5? Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

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  • Which platform for a private/hybrid cloud?

    My company is looking to deploy a private cloud, and we've been considering Eucalyptus, OpenNebula, Nimbus, vSphere, abiCloud and Joyent. I'm very interested in Eucalyptus and OpenNebula, since they are both  open source, they have many features, they both support Amazon EC2 and  Amazon APIs and...

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  • VMware vSphere 5.1 causing network timeouts

    We have a VMware vSphere 5.1 Have recently migrated an application,currently Windows 2008 R2 OS from a previous HP-UX server. Application is much faster and very efficient, except we are having a problem with system timeouts. All application timeout settings have been set to 60 min. But users are...

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  • Virtual Domain, server and Network!

    Hi all, I would just like to find out, which VMWare product I should use when I want to create a virtual Network using Windows Server 2008 and a domain. I want other computers in our workplace to connect to the domain on the Virtual Machine (Server)... Which product should I take? It is only for an...

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  • vSphere (or something like it) for Linux?

    I want to setup a VM server with a VMware ESXi hypervisor. To use ESXi, I believe you need vSphere to connect and manage your VMs remotely. But I’m working on Linux and as far as I know vSphere is only published for Microsoft Windows. Is there an alternative I could use that provides similar...

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  • vSphere 4.1 Drag-n-Drop Distributed Virtual Switch to a Different Datacenter

    Hello...I have a distributed virtual switch (dVS) which is associated with datacenter A. Just created datacenter B within the same vCenter domain, and would like to copy, move, or drag-n-drop the dVS in datacenter A to the new datacenter B. This would save me the trouble of recreating this dVS,...

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  • How to connect a remote console to VMware ESXi vSphere?

    Is there an open source protocol to connect a remote console to VMware ESXi vSphere? If not, are there any VMware/third party applications that enable a VM Remote console to connect to another vSphere client?

    ITKE366,420 pointsBadges:
  • VMware vCenter

    Hello Everyone, I had install virtual machines in workstation 1st vm as esx4, 2 vm as esxi 4.1 , 3 vm as windows 2008 server , and in physical machine i had install vSphere client and starwind. And in windows 2008 server virtual machine I had install vCenter server. But when I to want open the...

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  • Vsphere Client VM console problem

    I use IBM notebook and have installed ESXi 5.0 & ESXi 5.1 and vSphere Client 5.0 and 5.1. However, when I create new VM I can't use console. This error message shows up: VMRC console has disconnected attempting to reconnect I have tried installing the client on XP and Windows server 2003 but...

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  • I need information on VMware ESXI 5

    What's the basic difference between VMWare ESXI, VSphere, Vcenter Servers?

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