RVC Console for vSAN Troubleshooting

The Ruby vSphere Console(RVC) is one important tool to check the state of your vSAN. It is part of the vCenter(VCSA and Windows) and in this article I focus on the VCSA. Connect to VCSA Connect to VCSA via SSH and login as root or simular. Start and login RVC Now you have to start... weiterlesen →

Introducing my homelab

Like the most of us I made the decision to a homelab. Some years ago I started with one HP Microserver N40L and over the last years this setup evolves to the current state. My homelab approach was to have an environment where I can test the most of the things I´m doing every day... weiterlesen →

See how to determine if and when vSAN 6.6…

See how to determine if and when vSAN 6.6 encryption completes with a solution from #VMTN See how to determine if and when vSAN 6.6... After enabling encryption on the vSAN cluster (with existing data in place) using a properly configured Keysecure KMS how do you determine when all disks are encrypted. VMware Social Media... weiterlesen →

Becoming a vSAN Specialist: Section 3 – vSAN…

Becoming a vSAN Specialist: Section 3 – vSAN Configuration | TheVirtualBoi Becoming a vSAN Specialist: Section 3 - vSAN... In this section, I will go over the following objectives found within the VMware vSAN Specialist Blueprint: Objective 3.1 - Identify physical network requirements Objective 3.1 - Identify physical network requirements Let's start with the network... weiterlesen →

Learn Why Customers Choose VMware vSAN -…

Learn Why Customers Choose VMware vSAN - Infographic Learn Why Customers Choose VMware vSAN -... If you’re looking to lower costs, simplify operations and reduce risks, there’s no better time than now to #MigratetovSAN. Here's why customers choose vSAN. VMware Social Media Advocacy

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