By Jeffrey Davidson In this blog entry I will talk about App Volumes and things to check when you are having trouble logging in. There are times when a user may not be able to login to the App Volumes Manager Server. Users might get a message similar to “You must be in the Administrators […] The post App Volumes AD Objects Move Issue appeared first on VMware Consulting Blog .
Recently I had to record a night activity of a specific VM running on a specific host for troubleshooting reasons because vCenter data wasn’t just enough for that. Using a number of blog posts around from Duncan Epping and others (it was many, I don’t even have the links anymore) I’ve put up my personal guide about how to take over this task because every time it’s like I have to start from scratch so I decided to document it.
An announcement we made during our repeat session “INF5123 – Managing vSphere Deployments and Upgrades – Part 2” at VMworld last week, was that VMware Tools 10.0.0 was released and is available for download in MyVMware. Wait… I thought VMware tools only shipped with each ESXi build…? Good news. We have decided that there isn’t […] The post VMware Tools 10.0.0 Released appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Some weeks ago I was involved in a discussion with a customer on their design around fault domains. There was an interesting scenario which was proposed and I was asked for my opinion or validation of the aproach. Before I talk about the solution let me re-cap what Fault Domains in VSAN are. The default storage policy in VSAN is to maintain 2 equal copies of a data object and 1 witness of metadata object, we call this Failures to Tolerate = 1. Traditionally, these objects would be automatically distributed across a separate host in the cluster allowing for the loss of 1 host, disk or other component in the cluster. This loss would only result in the VM’s compliance being negatively reported until the rebuild operation has completed and…Read More
By Mark Benson, Senior Architect and Senior Staff Engineer, End-User-Computing CTO Office, VMware In this post I will give an overview of Access Point, the new VMware virtual appliance introduced with Horizon 6 version 6.2. I will describe the main features and then drill down a little into deployment, security, high availability (HA), and scalability. […] The post Technical Introduction to Access Point for Secure Remote Access appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
As was mentioned in a previous blog post , accelerator cards are becoming increasingly common in HPC environments and so it is important that we assess the performance of such cards with ESX. Thank you very much to Na Zhang for all of her work on the following. In this post, we share the results of running the Scalable HeterOgeneous Computing ( SHOC ) benchmark and a CUDA-enabled version of the LAMMPS molecular dynamic program on ESX 6.0. We used a loaner nVidia Grid K2 card for this test to…Read More