Step By Step Guide to increase datastore size in VMware vSphere

Increase Datastore Capacity

Today I’ll explain all the possible ways to increase datastore size connected to VMware ESXi hosts. Once the additional storage space is added from Storage support, It can be extended further from the vSphere console. There are many ways to expand the datastore in VMware. Let’s have a look one by one. How to increase … Read more

Most Frequently Asked Questions On VMware vSAN

Welcome to another blog on VMware vSAN. I’ll let you know about some interesting and most frequently asked questions on VMware vSAN. You can call it a fun fact of VMware vSAN. Let’s get started. FAQ VMware vSAN Is VMware vSAN free? No. VMware vSAN is not free to use. vSAN Standard, Advanced, Enterprise, and … Read more

vSAN Health Alarm ‘vSAN HCL DB Up-to-date’

vSAN HCL

What is VMware vSAN HCL VMware vSAN HCL checks the hardware compatibility in the vSAN Health Service and provides details about why it might report an error. This health check verifies that the vSAN HCL DB auto-updater works normally and can download and update the vSAN HCL DB from the VMware HCL release website. This … Read more

VMware PowerCLI 12.1 with vLCM Enhancement

vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM) Commands

VMware PowerCLI is always a favorite topic for VMware admins working mostly with command line and love to automate repetitive tasks. In this blog post, we will talk about new released VMware PowerCLI 12.1 with vLCM. vLCM stands for vSphere Lifecycle Manager was introduced in VMware vSphere 7.0 and onwards. It is a comprehensive collection … Read more

New iPhone 12 Pro – Apple Event 13 October 2020

iphone 12

Technology giant Apple Inc. has recently launched a range of new products during its October 13th. event. In this article, we will quickly cover all the new products including the new iPhone 12 Pro and their exciting new features. iPhone 12 Pro A14 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone. All-new design. Ceramic Shield. LiDAR Scanner … 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 Effectively Use PowerShell Variables

PowerShell Automatic Variables

Variables are objects that can store data. In PowerShell, a variable name starts with a $ character. A variable can be given any name. It can contain a mix of letters, numbers, symbols, or spaces. The variable names in PowerShell are case insensitive. You can assign a value to a variable using the assignment (=) operator. … Read more

Multiple Ways To Check Your WiFi or Internet Speed

Internet Speed

In this blog, we are going to see the available option using which you can check your WiFi or Internet speed. Many times you need to check your internet speed because YouTube video is buffering or you are not able to browse any site. Check-in Browser itself: There are many websites available where you can … 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