What is vCenter Server Watchdog?

What is vCenter Server Watchdog?

What is vCenter Server Watchdog?

If you’ve done any research into the high-availability options available for vCenter Server 6.0, hopefully you have had a chance to read the VMware vCenter Server 6.0 Availability Guide written in collaboration with Technical Marketing and Global Support Services as well as KB 1024051. And you might have noticed particular sections that refer to the vCenter Server Watchdog. […] The post What is vCenter Server Watchdog? appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .


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VDI on VSAN Upgrade – Part 3: Host Upgrade via…

VDI on VSAN Upgrade – Part 3: Host Upgrade via Web Client

VDI on VSAN Upgrade – Part 3: Host Upgrade via…

This week I am continuing where I left off in my VDI on VSAN upgrade. Last time I had patched the VUM server ready for the next part of the process which is updating the hosts! Nothing too detailed in this one and most vSphere admins will have seen this done many times. However, since […] The post VDI on VSAN Upgrade – Part 3: Host Upgrade via Web Client appeared first on vRyan.co.uk – Virtualization Blog.


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Setup SSL Certificate For vSphere…

Setup SSL Certificate For vSphere Lab-Part-4-Creating and Replacing vSphere SSL Certificates

Setup SSL Certificate For vSphere…

You have observed that whenever you connect to vCenter Server using vSphere Client or connect via web-client you receive a warning that the certificate presented is not trusted and bla bla bla. For lab environments or small environments Self-Signed certificates … Continue reading →


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How long are Virtual Machines stunned for…

How long are Virtual Machines stunned for Snapshots and vMotion?

How long are Virtual Machines stunned for…

I’ve read this excellent article byCormac Hogan explaining why and when a Virtual Machine receives a “stun”. This post is a follow-up explaining how you can determine the duration of a Virtual Machinestun on the most common vSphere functions: Create … Read more »


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