Network Uplink Redundancy Lost VMware ESXi Host

The error of network uplink redundancy lost is a very common issue with VMware ESXi hosts. It occurs when the secondary network interface is not connected or in a degraded state to the ESXi host. An alarm reports a loss of uplink redundancy on a vSphere standard or a distributed switch for a host. At … Read more

VMware ESXi Diagnostic Logs

VMware ESXi System Diagnostic Information's and Logs

In this blog, we will discuss the procedure to get the VMware ESXi/Hosts diagnostic logs. VMware technical support might request several files to help resolve technical issues. During internal troubleshooting, you might need to check the basic logs for yourself to identify the issue even before going to raise any case with VMware. There are … Read more

How to Verify That The Memory Balloon Driver Is Enabled For VMware Virtual Machines

In this blog post, we are going to see how to verify that the memory balloon driver is enabled for a virtual machine or not. While troubleshooting virtual machine performance, we need this information. We will try to keep it simple so that you can understand it better. Let’s have a look on steps: SSH … Read more

The target host does not support the virtual machine’s current hardware requirements in VMware – Solved

The Target Host Does Not Support The Virtual Machine's Current Hardware Requirements in vSphere console.

We will discuss the vMotion runtime error The target host does not support the virtual machine’s current hardware requirements. This issue occurs when we are trying to migrate or move any virtual machine from one cluster to another cluster at the same datacenter and vCenter Server. The exact error message is similar to: The Target … Read more

What if the most consumed host fails in VMware vSAN?

What If The Most Consumed Host Fails In VMware VSAN

This could be a serious production hamper if you ignore the error of ‘What if the most consumed host fails in VMware vSAN cluster‘. We will explain on the Limits Health – After one additional host failure check in the vSAN Health Service and provides details on why it might report an error. What does it mean … Read more

vSAN health alarm ‘Hosts disconnected from VC’ – Solved

VSAN Health Alarm 'Hosts Disconnected From VC'

In this blog, we will guide you to fix VMware vSAN issues on vSAN Health. The error message vSphere shows in under the cluster is vSAN Health Alarm ‘Hosts Disconnected From VC’. What does it means with this error and how can you fix this? As the error message is showing ‘Host Disconnected From VC‘, … Read more

VMware vSAN Interview Questions and Answers

VMware vSAN Interview Questions and Answers

VMware vSAN is an enterprise-class, storage virtualization software that, when combined with vSphere, allows you to manage to compute and storage with a single platform. With vSAN, you can reduce the cost and complexity of traditional storage and take the easiest path to hyper-converged infrastructure and hybrid cloud. In this blog we will discuss some basic of … Read more

How To Check System Uptime in Both Windows and Linux Machine

In your day to day operation, you sometimes need to know about what is the uptime of your servers or computers. We will be guiding you to get the system uptime for both Windows and Linux machines. This will also help you to get the last boot time of your system. How to check uptime … Read more

What is VMware RDM?

VMware RDM(Raw Device Mapping)

VMware RDM stands for Raw Device Mapping. An RDM is a mapping file in a separate VMFS volume that acts as a proxy for a raw physical storage device. The RDM allows a virtual machine to directly access and use the storage device. It enables a storage LUN(Logical Unit Number) to be directly presented to … Read more