Category Archives: RVC

vSAN Health Check fails on vMotion


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On Slack someone asked why the vMotion check for vSAN 6.6 Health Check was failing constantly. It was easy to reproduce when using the vMotion IP Stack on your vMotion VMkernel interface. I went ahead and tested it in my lab, and indeed this was the case. I looked around and then noticed the following […]

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Tips and tricks on Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) for managing a Virtual SAN environment

In this latest KBTV Webinar you will learn some great tips and tricks you can use in Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) for managing a Virtual SAN environment. Covered in this video demonstration are various commands that can be used within Ruby vSphere Console (RVC), including:  “vsan.disks_stats” Useful for capacity planning, management of disk groups and monitoring […]

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