Archives de catégorie : vSphere ESXi

[TSHOOT] – Error #1009 vSphere Web Client fails

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de | 30 juin 2017

Just after to upgrade my environment from VMware 5.0 to VMware 6.0 U2 I’ve the error « Error #1009 » when I browse the web interface.   In a VMware vSphere 6.0 Update 2 environment, you experience these symptoms: Viewing virtual machine summary using the vSphere Web Client fails. You see the error when you click on « Show… Lire la suite »

[TSHOOT] – VMware : The hot-plug operation failed when hot add memory

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de | 22 juin 2017

If you encounter the error « the hot-plug operation failed » when you add memory it is sure that the Lun on which is the SWAP file of the machine is full! In my case, I wanted to add hot memory on my virtual machine when I encounter this error: Failed to extend swap file from 16777216… Lire la suite »

CLI – Some commands line to manage your ESXi

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de | 16 juin 2017

This article is just a memo of some commands line that i use everyday to manage my virtuals environments. I hope will help you ! I will try to group the different commands lines by categories. These commands can be either PowerCLI or CLI. STORAGE : Set RDM LUNs to Perennially Reserved – Fixes slow… Lire la suite »

How to – Install VMware Tools in Linux

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de | 24 mai 2017

In this post I explain how to Install VMware Tools in Linux virtual machine. These VMware Tools may be required installed on all systems (Windows, Linux, etc). If the installation in Windows is done in a few clicks, a Linux server in console mode does not configure in the same way. Install VMware Tools in… Lire la suite »

How to – Increase VMFS datastore with vSphere Web Client

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de | 4 mai 2017

A quick article to see how to increase VMFS datastore with vSphere Web Client. In a previous article, we had seen how to increase the capacity of a disk within a virtual machine. Today we will see how to increase the size of a datastore, in order to add VM or increase the size of these.… Lire la suite »