Archive for the ‘Vmware’ Category
Sometimes you don’t have VMware vSphere Client handy, or you might need to restart a server remotely via SSH. In these cases it’s great to be able to turn virtual machines on and off via the command line. Read on for a brief overview.
If you use vSphere 5 vCenter Server Virtual Appliance and you don’t have, or chose not to use Active Directory for user access then there is another way to add users to the appliance.
In: Vmware · Tagged with: add user, new user, vcenter, vmware
I have a QNAP NAS (which is an excellent bit kit by the way), and I have 2 servers running ESXi 4 and 5 respectively. I had some free time tonight so finally got around to setting up both an NFS and an iSCSI datastore on the NAS. I was curious as to which would […]
If like me you have the free Vmware ESXi 4 standalone server you’ve probably found that updating it can be a bit tricky without having vCentre handy or a second server to migrate all your VMs to. So here is the process i have just followed to successfully update my 2010 v4.1 server to the […]