Monthly Archives: December 2016

New KB articles published for week ending 12/24/16

VMware ESXi Performing a vMotion of a virtual machine fails with the error: Failed to write checkpoint data (offset 75485184, size 16384): Limit exceeded. (2143843) Date Published: 12/20/2016 VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch Release ESXi550-201612001 (2147788) Date Published: 12/20/2016 VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201612401-BG: Updates esx-base (2147789) Date Published: 12/20/2016 VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201612402-BG: Updates […]

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Multitenant Use of VMware vRealize® Operations™ as a Service

Every third Thursday of the month on the vCloud Blog, we aim to publish blogs around vCloud Architecture Toolkit for Service Providers, which is a set of reference documents designed to help you construct a superior working cloud solution leveraging current technologies, recommended practices and innovative tools that have been proven in real-world enterprises. Previously in our […]

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New KB articles published for week ending 12/17/16

VMware App Volumes  Windows 10 support fo App Volumes 2.12 (2148177) Date Published: 12/13/2016 VMware ESXi Enabling the config option vmxnet3FlapThrottleRate in a virtual machine (2148348) Date Published: 12/16/2016 Support for OSP upgrade in VMware Tools 10.1.0 and later (2143638) Date Published: 12/14/2016 Map disk region events are generated during the virtual machine back up […]

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Purging old data from the vCenter Server database

This video demonstrates how to purge old data from the SQL Server database used by vCenter Server. You would need to perform task if your vCenter database is full. When the vCenter Server database if full: You cannot log in to vCenter Server VMware VirtualCenter Server service may start and stop immediately. To resolve this […]

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New vSAN Management Pack for VROps


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I just wanted to add this pointer, if you are a vSAN and VROps customer then it is good to know that there is a new pack for vSAN. You need to be running vSAN 6.2 or 6.5 and VROps 6.4. It is a dedicated vSAN Management Pack by the way, which has as advantage […]

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Peak UpTime’s Cloud-Based Service Delivery Grows 50% with VMware and Faction Partnership

With offerings in areas such as Unified Communications, Security & Networking, as well as Cloud & Managed Services, Peak UpTime has over 30 years of business experience when it comes to delivering seamless technology solutions. They provide customized cutting-edge solutions, with the personal attention of an agile partner who treats your business as their own. […]

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Top 20 Horizon View articles for November 2016

Here is our Top 20 Horizon View articles list for November 2016. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article.   Virtual machine application runs slower than expected in ESXi Cleaning up after an incomplete uninstallation on a […]

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Top 20 vRealize Automation articles for November 2016

Here is our Top 20 vRealize Automation (vRA) articles list for November 2016. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article. Certificate troubleshooting, supportability, and trust requirements for vRealize Automation 6.2 Directory sync in vRA 7.x fails with […]

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Is it VSAN, vSAN, VVols, vVols or what?

If there is one thing VMware tends to be consistent at, it is changing the case of their product & feature acronyms. I’ve seen the acronyms for both Virtual SAN and Virtual Volumes done many different ways. One reason for that is VMware periodically changes the case of their acronyms, in the case of Virtual …
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Disk controllers for vSAN with or without cache?


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I got this question today and I thought I already wrote something on the topic, but as I cannot find anything I figured I would write up something quick. The question was if a disk controller for vSAN should have cache or not? It is a fair question as many disk controllers these days come […]

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