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VCSA 6.5 VMDK Partitions and disk resizing

VCSA 6.5 VMDK Partitions and disk resizing Similar to the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.0 release, the new VCSA 6.5 is also composed of multiple virtual machine disks (VMDKs). Each VMDK maps to a specific function and OS partition within the VCSA. There are now a total of 12 VMDKs, two of which are new in vSphere 6.5: […]

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VCSA 6.5 Deployment Error: Time Out of Sync

VCSA 6.5 Deployment Error: Time Out of Sync This issue is during the Stage 2 of the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) installation with an external Platform Services Controller (PSC). The time on this VMware vCenter Server Appliance is out of synchronization with the external Platform Services Controller with which you are trying to register by […]

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What’s New in vCenter Server Appliance(vCSA) 6.0

What’s New in vCenter Server Appliance(vCSA) 6.0 vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) is a Security hardened base Suse (SLES 11 SP3) operating system packaged with vCenter server and vFabric Postgres database.  vCSA appliance supports Oracle as external database. vCenter Server Appliance contains all of the necessary services for running vCenter Server 6.0 along with its components. As an […]

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VMware Fault Tolerance (FT) – vSphere 6.0

VMware Fault Tolerance (FT) – vSphere 6.0 Earlier version of  VMware has a vCPU limitation on VMware FT . Bu in vSphere 6.0 vmware broken the limitation , FT VM’s now supports up to 4 vCPU and 64 GB RAM  (it was 1 vCPU and  64 GB RAM in vSPhere 5.5). WIth this new update […]

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What’s New in vCenter Server 6.0

In vSphere 6.0, you will notice considerably new terms, when installation vCenter Server 6.0. As similar to the previous versions of vCenter Deployment, You can install vCenter Server on a host machine running Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2 or later or you can deploy vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA). With vSphere 6.0, There are 2 different […]

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vSphere 6.0- Configuration maximums

vSphere 6.0- Configuration maximums Metric vSphere 6.0 ESXi Host – Logical CPUs 480 ESXi Host – NUMA nodes 16 ESXi Host – Virtual CPUs 2 048 (Don’t know if the official PDF includes a typo since this was 4 096 in vSphere 5.5) ESXi Host – Virtual CPUs per core 32 (based on performance required) […]

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Understand Basic Commands – vSphere Power CLI

Understand Basic Commands – vSphere Power CLI After Connecting to vCenter from POwer CLI  Follow below commands List Datacenter Inventory > Get-Datacenter Name —- DATACENTER NAME  List Cluster Inventory > Get-Cluster Name           HAEnabled  HAFailover DrsEnabled DrsAutomationLevel                             […]

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