HPE 3PAR upgrading team usually sends a per-requisites before upgrading. One thing in the guide incorrect is the Windows 2012 required patch KB3046101. You may see error below when you install the path on Windows 2012 server. The update is not applicable to your computer The reason […]
If you are using Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 and “Differencing Disk” you may get trouble when you want to move whole VMs to another location due to “Parent Disk” migration is not so easy. Following is the steps to move parent disk on Hyper-V server. Preparation I assume you want to move bunch of virtual machines. First […]
NetApp released Virtual Storage Console (VSC) 6.1 for vCenter 6.0. The solution is only support vSphere Web Client now. I did some testing on my lab, faced a very special case.
vRealize Operation Manager 6 (aka vROps) is new generation of vCenter Operation Manager. I started to use vCenter Operation Manager since version 1.0. I like the idea of self-learning and dynamic threshold. But the product only monitors virtualization layer. It would be perfect if it’s able to monitor under layer storage. In large vSphere environment, […]
First of all, this article is nothing related to PowerCLI. You probably know how to set Path Selection Policy (PSP) by vSphere Client, but how you can set up 100 LUNs manually? We have some script can make your life easy.
It’s frustration to check RDM information, you have to check across all ESXi hosts to make sure configuration is aligned. I just figured out two line commands to get path selection policy (aka PSP).
I just found an article show how to check alignment of Windows virtual machine and datastore. 刚找到一篇关于 如何查看Windows虚拟机和ESXi datastore是否和存储扇区一致 的文章。
CSV (Cluster Shared Volume) is fundamental of Microsoft Hyper-V. You must have it to leverage Live Migration and High Availability features. But it’s very confuse when you want to reclaim CSV since CSV is using different name with physical disks. For example, CSV name usually is “Cluster Disk x”, path usually is “C:ClusterStorageVolumeX”. But real […]