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August 19, 2009  3:30 PM

Will VMware ever release a Linux version of the VMware Infrastructure Client?

Posted by: Eric Siebert
Eric Siebert, Linux, vSphere

VMware users have been asking for a Linux version of the Windows-only VMware Infrastructure/vSphere Client for years. Last year at VMworld, VMware hinted that it may be releasing a version for Linux soon. But a year has gone by and...

April 1, 2009  1:04 PM

VMware ESX shared disk clusters: Microsoft Cluster Server, Linux, etc.

Posted by: Texiwill
Edward L. Haletky, ESX, MSCS, RedHat, RHEL Clustering, Shared Disk Clusters, Texiwill, VMware

People often ask about how to set up X clustering on Y operating system with virtual machines. X and Y could be Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) on Windows 2008, Global File System (GFS) on Linux, etc. In either case the answer is pretty straight forward, except when it comes to Windows...

May 22, 2008  1:28 PM

VMware: beware of bridge-building competitors

Posted by: Dorada
Hyper-V, Linux, Virtualization, Windows Computing

VMware may be king of the virtualization mountain now. But it should beware of bridge-building competitors. Chris Wolf, an analyst with the Burton Group, warned that Novell Inc. was similarly at the...

December 7, 2007  7:53 PM

VMware ESX console commands: esxcfg-info

Posted by: Rick Vanover
Linux, Rick Vanover, VI3, VMware ESX

VMware ESX has many commands on the console that you can use to get detailed information on the status or configuration of many elements of your installation. Recently I had an opportunity to run esxcfg-info on the console (or can be run in the same fashion over SSH) and really liked...

November 17, 2007  7:19 AM

Populating VMWare Server 2.0 with Existing Virtual Machines

Posted by: Rick Vanover
Linux, Virtualization

As you may know, VMWare Server 2.0 Beta has been released for public (and still free!) beta. TechTarget covered the release, and I had a chance this week to install VMWare 2.0 on my...


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