Hello, a lot of time I have came across of a lot of my customers have snapshots that are not displayed in the Snapshot manager. I tried a lot of time to skip this problem with consolidation of the Virtual Machine but in this scenario this solution seems that doesn’t work. In order to remove… Continue reading How to safely delete “Zombie” VMDK files
Two days ago VMware officially announced the launch of VMware Virtual SAN 6.2. Virtual SAN is the foundation of VMware’s Hyper-Converged Software (HCS) that enables customers to experience industry leading hyper-converged infrastructure. Customers are finding VMware HCS key in adopting a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) approach of streamlining and automating storage, networking and compute. There… Continue reading What’s new with VMware Virtual SAN 6.2
Hello, I wanted to share with you that I am listed as a vExpert for 2016. This is my first year as a vExpert and I will try hard not to be the last. A big journey starts for me now and I would like to thank the vExpert community, the people that follow my… Continue reading VMware vExpert 2016 Award Announced
Hey, I had this issue for some days and actually was a real headache because the problem was more than the normal consolidate situation. Let me explain, I had a Virtual Machine that the Datastore that was inside starting getting full. After a browse of the Datastore I saw that the server had a lot… Continue reading Consolidate a Virtual Machine fails with msg.fileio.lock
A lot of times VMware vSphere admins come to this situation that a security patch released or some major patch must be installed in the ESXi host. The patching procedure is really simple and it doesn’t need a lot of effort. First of all you have to check the patches that you have already installed… Continue reading How to patch your ESXi 6.0 host
Okay, so here is the issue. A Virtual Machine with Windows Server 2012 R2 started to do unexpected reboots a couple of days before. After an investigation I did, based on the reported time, I show this in the event logs: I opened the small dump file and show the below dump informations: I tried,… Continue reading Unexpected reboot of Windows Server 2012 R2 with BugCheck 0xC5 (vnetflt.sys)
Hello guys, because I was interesting to find a certification roadmap about the new VMware certifications I found to another post the roadmap, so i wanted to share it with you, I hope you find it usefull: More informations about the level of Certifications can be found here.