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    Hi all

     

    As the title says, we are having an intermittent issue with our hosts losing access to the NFS datastores.  This is being looked at, but the thing that is frustrating me most is that HA does not seem to be working correctly when it happens.   1 host will lose access, with the others being fine in the cluster but the vms are not shut down and started on the other hosts

     

    I believe I have set it up correctly using the aggressive option to retart VMs in case of APD.

     

    Anyone come across this issue?  this is on esx 6.5 with Netapp storage

     

    Thanks


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    Hello, I apologize in advance if this has already been discussed. I was unable to find any solutions about this on the forums or KBs. I figured I would share my experience here.

    Recently we have decided to go with UEM for our project. UEM is currently running in our VDI test environment with Window 10 1803 Enterprise before going live in production. Recently my test users have experienced an issue with UWP missing. For example calculator, photos, paint3d. sticky notes, etc. I did check AppReadiness, Apps, AppxDeployment, AppxDeployment-Server logs in event viewer which show no indication of provisioning/Appx registration issues. We also verified that Appx 's are provisioned correctly in our master image.

    Every user in our test environment experienced issues with UWP apps missing. I noticed that new UEM profiles weren't experiencing the issue until after logging off for the first time and logging back on again. I started looking into UEM settings we had configured. (Most of our settings are still running on easy start configuration except for applications we have profiled) I realized if "Default Apps and FTA" were disabled the UWP apps never went away after multiple log offs. I might have found the solution, as none of my users have complained about the issue in the past couple of weeks.

    Adding the following to the "Default Apps and FTA" config resolved our issue with UWP no longer provisioning at logon

    [IncludeFolderTrees]

    <LocalAppData>\Packages\

    Steps for resolving the issue.

    1. Add <LocalAppData>\Packages\ to "Default Apps and FTAs" config.
    2. We found that if "Default Apps and FTAs" had already been captured before adding the setting, you will need to delete/reset settings for all affected UEM profiles.
    3. Log in and test UWP app.
    4. Log off
    5. Verify Packages folder is now being captured.
    6. Log back on.
    7. Verify apps are still provisioned and retained settings.

    Overview of the test environment:

    • View 7.6
    • Windows 1803 (I have tested 1709 and 1809 which had the same issue)
    • UEM 9.5
    • App volume 2.14
    • Instant Clones
    • Desktop Pool - Floating

     

    Full Default Apps and FTAs config

     

     

    [IncludeFolderTrees]

    <LocalAppData>\Packages\

     

    [IncludeRegistryTrees]

    HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts

    HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\Associations

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ApplicationAssociationToasts

    HKCU\Software\Classes

     

    [ExcludeRegistryTrees]

    HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings

     

    [IncludeIndividualRegistryValues]

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\UserSignedIn

    • No predefined settings
    • Directflex is not enabled
    • Export moment
      • Export at log off
    • Advanced
      • Process during logon and logoff is enabled

     

    Note: After capturing packages folder. I have noticed that "Default Apps and FTAs" zip has grown in size. I am looking at optimizing what actually "needs" to be captured inside packages folder.


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    How to manage EXSi 6.5u2 only with VC 5.5? Must install VC 6.5?


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    Hi,

     

    I wrote a powershell script which creates at the end a csv file and it copies the file to another server.

    If I run the script manually in the server it create and copy the file successfully.

     

    When I try to run it from vro with "Invoke an external script" workflow it creates the file but fails when it tries to copy the file to another server with an "Access is denied" error.

    I also try to change the permission in the destination to Full Control in share and security permissions.

     

    When I configured the powershell host in vro I used the same user as I run the script manually.

     

    In order to copy the file I use the following line:

    Copy-Item "c:\temp\test.csv" "\\servername\testfolder\test.csv"

     

    Thanks!


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    VMWare Workstation Pro 15.x (No "Physical Disk" option when adding a disk via the Add Hardware Wizard). I suspect it is because the physical disk array is 15TB, and the purported limit is 2TB (I thought that I might be able to attach to a partition (2TB) to no avail). Maybe I'm going about this the wrong way.

     

    The end result is that I am wanting the highest reliability ad performance Data drive for a M$ SQL database, which is why I didn't use a virtual disk, or network share... Please advise!


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    This question has been answered for PowerCLI here: Export All Power Supply status of ESX Hosts using PowerCLI

     

    We run RHEL 7 systems on HP servers.  The original solution was to run hponcfg periodically via a cron task on the host and write the data to NetApp shared directory.

     

    I have not found a solution native to Linux.  I suppose I could install Powershell/PowerCLI on Linux and use the above solution but I’d rather keep the moving parts to a minimum.

     

    Thanks.


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  • 12/31/18--08:43: Where to begin?
  • Hi All. I'm new to the VM world and it really fascinates me. So much so that i'm now looking to get my cert in VCA then VCD. However after looking at some YOUTUBE videos and some CBT nuggets i'm looking to set up my own vm network. However i'm confused in regards to what i need to get this going. I saw that i can set up vsphere on a laptop and set up a network including a server on it as long as i have at least 64GB or RAM. Then i saw that i can use a desktop PC with at least 32GB of RAM and use VM Workstation and set up the network there. My Question: can someone please advise me...1) what can i start with (desktop or laptop)...2)How much RAM do i really need  3) Any suggestions on the best way to get a good working knowledge of vmware.  Sorry for the babbling just trying to start my VMware journey so i figured I'd ask you pros. Thanks for any and all help.  


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    So we are working on an issue with Guest customization.  We have a case open with VMware on that but not getting much action.

     

    To narrow down that error we tried to upload an ISO and it fails to import with

     

    [ 43c38001-01c0-4ce6-8cfc-bc9e3f2da68b ] Internal Server Error

    - HTTP error on PUT https://10.250.10.59/folder/SummitvCloud/media/b7c7d64e-c34e-45b2-bf05-e6289750009b/1c7f75ac-8138-4777-9157-699f1094dd7d/media-b2e6ebc7-d57d-43c4-be14-c246dd379a24.flp?dsName=SATA01: 401

     

    We know the ports are open.  We have unprepared and re-prepared the hosts.   And the ISO upload use to work.

     

    What can we check on?  I suspect this is also why the guest customization fails with the NFC Broken pipe error.  We have checked time sync and a few other things.


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    Dear Team,

     

    I have a requirement wherein my DB server was Microsoft SQL 2012 Enterprise edition and now i have to move it to the Microsoft SQL 2016 Standard edition.

     

    I have made Standard edition DB server ready.

     

    Need your help to know the steps to change the database of VMware Appvolume server 2.14.2.

     

    Thanks in advance.

     

    Regards,

    Rajesh


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    I've seen many other posts about this ongoing problem but no clear solution.

     

    The host is CentOS 7 kernel 3.10.0-514.el7.x86_64

     

     

    Fresh host install, followed by

    yum install kernel-headers kernel-devel gcc blibc-headers

    yum update

     

    updated permission of the bundle file

    Installed Workstation14

    error

    Could not open /dev/vmmon: No such file or directory. Please make sure that the kernel module 'vmmon' is loaded.

     

     

     

     

    vmware-vmx-5551.log

    2018-12-31T09:28:37.391-08:00| vmx| I125: Log for VMware Workstation
    pid=5551 version=14.1.5 build=build-10950780 option=Release
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.391-08:00| vmx| I125: The process is 64-bit.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.391-08:00| vmx| I125: Host codepage=UTF-8 encoding=UTF-8
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.391-08:00| vmx| I125: Host is Linux
    3.10.0-514.el7.x86_64 CentOS Linux release 7.6.1810 (Core)
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.332-08:00| vmx| I125: VTHREAD initialize main
    thread 1 "vmx" tid 5551
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.332-08:00| vmx| I125: LOCALE en_US.UTF-8 -> NULL
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.332-08:00| vmx| I125: Msg_SetLocaleEx:
    HostLocale=UTF-8 UserLocale=NULL
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: DictionaryLoad: Cannot open
    file "/usr/lib/vmware/settings": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: Msg_Reset:
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125:
    [msg.dictionary.load.openFailed] Cannot open file
    "/usr/lib/vmware/settings": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125:
    ----------------------------------------
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: ConfigDB: Failed to load
    /usr/lib/vmware/settings
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: DictionaryLoad: Cannot open
    file "/root/.vmware/config": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: Msg_Reset:
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125:
    [msg.dictionary.load.openFailed] Cannot open file
    "/root/.vmware/config": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125:
    ----------------------------------------
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: ConfigDB: Failed to load
    ~/.vmware/config
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.333-08:00| vmx| I125: OBJLIB-LIB: Objlib initialized.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: DictionaryLoad: Cannot open
    file "/usr/lib/vmware/settings": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125:
    [msg.dictionary.load.openFailed] Cannot open file
    "/usr/lib/vmware/settings": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: PREF Optional preferences
    file not found at /usr/lib/vmware/settings. Using default values.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: DictionaryLoad: Cannot open
    file "/root/.vmware/config": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125:
    [msg.dictionary.load.openFailed] Cannot open file
    "/root/.vmware/config": No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: PREF Optional preferences
    file not found at /root/.vmware/config. Using default values.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Fail to realpath:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libcrypto.so.1.0.2, errno=2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Denied library:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libcrypto.so.1.0.2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Fail to realpath:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libdir/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.2/libcrypto.so.1.0.2,
    errno=2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Denied library:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libdir/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.2/libcrypto.so.1.0.2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Fail to realpath:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libcrypto.so.1.0.2, errno=2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Denied library:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libcrypto.so.1.0.2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Fail to realpath:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libdir/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.2/libcrypto.so.1.0.2,
    errno=2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Denied library:
    /usr/lib/vmware/bin/libdir/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.2/libcrypto.so.1.0.2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Fail to realpath:
    /usr/lib/vmware/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.2-x86-64/libcrypto.so.1.0.2,
    errno=2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.334-08:00| vmx| I125: Denied library:
    /usr/lib/vmware/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.2-x86-64/libcrypto.so.1.0.2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.340-08:00| vmx| I125: lib/ssl: OpenSSL using
    FIPS_drbg for RAND
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.340-08:00| vmx| I125: lib/ssl: protocol list tls1.2
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.340-08:00| vmx| I125: lib/ssl: protocol list
    tls1.2 (openssl flags 0x17000000)
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.340-08:00| vmx| I125: lib/ssl: cipher list
    !aNULL:kECDH+AESGCM:ECDH+AESGCM:RSA+AESGCM:kECDH+AES:ECDH+AES:RSA+AES
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: Hostname=localhost
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: IP=127.0.0.1 (lo)
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: IP=192.168.15.83 (enp4s0)
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: System uptime 148353970000 us
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: Command line:
    "/usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx" "-s" "vmx.stdio.keep=TRUE" "-#"
    "product=1;name=VMware
    Workstation;version=14.1.5;buildnumber=10950780;licensename=VMware
    Workstation;licenseversion=14.0+;" "-@" "duplex=3;msgs=ui"
    "/vms/W7x64/W7x64.vmx"
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: Msg_SetLocaleEx:
    HostLocale=UTF-8 UserLocale=NULL
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.398-08:00| vmx| I125: Duplex socket: 3
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.444-08:00| vmx| I125: WQPoolAllocPoll : pollIx =
    1, signalHandle = 9
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.444-08:00| vmx| I125: WQPoolAllocPoll : pollIx =
    2, signalHandle = 11
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.444-08:00| vmx| I125: VigorTransport listening on fd 12
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.444-08:00| vmx| I125: Vigor_Init 1
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.444-08:00| vmx| I125: Connecting 'ui' to fd '3'
    with user '(null)'
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.444-08:00| vmx| I125: VmdbAddConnection:
    cnxPath=/db/connection/#1/, cnxIx=1
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.482-08:00| vmx| I125: /vms/W7x64/W7x64.vmx: Setup
    symlink /var/run/vmware/67d019968a5662ca1cd9713cad653597 ->
    /var/run/vmware/0/148353970000_5551
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.482-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:490]: VMAutomation: Initializing VMAutomation.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.482-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:746]: VMAutomationOpenListenerSocket() listening
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:4234]: VMAutomation_ReportPowerOpFinished: statevar=0,
    newAppState=1870, success=1 additionalError=0
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Transitioned
    vmx/execState/val to poweredOff
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:4234]: VMAutomation_ReportPowerOpFinished: statevar=1,
    newAppState=1873, success=1 additionalError=0
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:4234]: VMAutomation_ReportPowerOpFinished: statevar=2,
    newAppState=1877, success=1 additionalError=0
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:4234]: VMAutomation_ReportPowerOpFinished: statevar=3,
    newAppState=1881, success=1 additionalError=0
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Msg_Post: Error
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: [msg.vmmonPosix.openFailed]
    Could not open /dev/vmmon: No such file or directory.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125+ Please make sure that the
    kernel module `vmmon' is loaded.
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125:
    ----------------------------------------
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Locale_Errno2LocalString:
    "C" locale found. LC_ALL=(null), LANG=en_US.UTF-8
    2018-12-31T09:28:37.488-08:00| vmx| I125: Locale_Errno2LocalString:
    locale(LC_ALL)=C locale(LC_MESSAGES)=C
    2018-12-31T09:28:43.437-08:00| vmx| I125: Msg_Post: Error
    2018-12-31T09:28:43.437-08:00| vmx| I125: [msg.vmmonPosix.initFailed]
    Failed to initialize monitor device.
    2018-12-31T09:28:43.437-08:00| vmx| I125:
    ----------------------------------------
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.592-08:00| vmx| I125: Module 'VMMon' initialization failed.
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.593-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:834]: VMAutomation_LateShutdown()
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.593-08:00| vmx| I125: Vix: [5551
    mainDispatch.c:783]: VMAutomationCloseListenerSocket. Closing listener
    socket.
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.594-08:00| vmx| I125: Flushing VMX VMDB connections
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.594-08:00| vmx| I125: VmdbDbRemoveCnx: Removing
    Cnx from Db for '/db/connection/#1/'
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.595-08:00| vmx| I125: VmdbCnxDisconnect:
    Disconnect: closed pipe for pub cnx '/db/connection/#1/' (0)
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.595-08:00| vmx| I125:
    VigorTransport_ServerDestroy: server destroyed.
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.595-08:00| vmx| I125: WQPoolFreePoll : pollIx = 2,
    signalHandle = 8
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.595-08:00| vmx| I125: WQPoolFreePoll : pollIx = 1,
    signalHandle = 9
    2018-12-31T09:28:44.603-08:00| vmx| W115: Failed to initialize VM.

     

     

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    I'm on an older version (5.2.0) of view.  For some reason, in the past few days, view has stopped working on mobile devices.  View will connect, and as soon as it gets to the Loading Desktop bar, I get a message saying that I've lost connection to the server.  This is happening with iOS and android devices internally and externally.  There have been no new updates or changes on any of the servers that host our view sessions, and our firewall doesn't show that any traffic is being blocked.

     

    Does anyone have an idea of what I can check to remedy this problem?  I've restarted all of the servers and it's still not working.


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    I am using Vmware Fusion on a macintosh pro laptop and I am running into an issue that appears to be lro (large receive offload)

     

    I see on the following page https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2055140 how to disable this for VMXNET2 and VMXNET3 virtual machine adapters

     

    And I also see how to disable this for Windows, but I don't see how to do it on the Mac OSx.

     

    Can someone tell me how to do this?

     


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    I have a Mac VM that I guilt in VMware Workstation 15 Pro that for whatever reason the VMware Shared Folders are in read-only mode and if I open the "Get Info"

    and go to Sharing and Permissions at the bottom to change it to Read-Write I get the following error "This Operation can't be completed. An unexpected error occurred (error code -43)."

    Can anyone help with this error code?

    Thanks,

    Chris


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    I've now had three reports of this so I wanted to see if anyone else has encountered it before opening a support case.

     

    We have a few users that have reported repeating characters when typing. This is seen on Horizon 7.4.0 (Connection server and agent) and the users have the latest 4.10.0 Horizon Client. One user has both a Mac and Windows machine and sees it on both. We only use the Blast display protocol.


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    The feature list for Workstation 11 says, "Workstation 11 has been optimized to support higher resolution displays like the new QHD+ (3200x1800) displays used in laptops and x86 tablets."  This was a big selling point for me, as I have a Yoga 2 Pro (3200x1800).  When I boot up my Ubuntu VM, though, the display still appears tiny, and most things are too small to read.  I expected to be able to scale this up so I can work with it properly on my ultrafine pixel screen, but I don't see any way to do that.  This all sees the same as Workstation 10.  There is the ability to go fullscreen and scale, but I am accustomed to working with multiple VMs at a time in separate windows.  What am I missing?


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    Hi,

    Just upgrade a Horizon environment to Horizon 7.7 and build a Windows 10 1809 image with UEM 9.6.

    The login is very slow. stuck at applying UEM flex profile for very long time.

    Without UEM the login work fast and without any problems.

    Any Ideas? What should I check?


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    Hi there. Everything was just fine ... and the .... boom nothing. I've tried restarting, playing around with the network adapter, various configurations. Any ideas? I'm running  Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS on

    Version 10.1.3 (9472307).

     

     


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    Good morning;

    Noticed a conflict with some of our centos 7 vm's.  In vSphere the Guest OS Version value is "CentOS 7 (64-bit)".  The output from  Get-VMGuest -VM (Get-VM -Name fwapp090) | Select-Object *  reveals the following:

     

    OSFullName        : CentOS 6 (64-bit)

    IPAddress         : {172.18.17.199}

    State             : Running

    Disks             : {Capacity:10726932480, FreeSpace:8529903616, Path:/, Capacity:1063256064, FreeSpace:735440896, Path:/boot, Capacity:7358906368, FreeSpace:3399409664, Path:/var,

                        Capacity:8990490624, FreeSpace:8833933312, Path:/opt...}

    HostName          : fwapp090

    Nics              : {Network adapter 1:dvportgroup-67}

    ScreenDimensions  : {Width=800, Height=600}

    VmId              : VirtualMachine-vm-1029692

    VM                : fwapp090

    VmUid             : /VIServer=wvus\ndl@fwapp100:443/VirtualMachine=VirtualMachine-vm-1029692/

    VmName            : fwapp090

    Uid               : /VIServer=wvus\ndl@fwapp100:443/VirtualMachine=VirtualMachine-vm-1029692/VMGuest=/

    GuestId           : centos6_64Guest

    ConfiguredGuestId : centos7_64Guest

    RuntimeGuestId    : centos6_64Guest

    ToolsVersion      : 10.2.5

    ExtensionData     : VMware.Vim.GuestInfo

    GuestFamily       : linuxGuest

     

    Is there a way  using powershell to set the OSFullName to equal the Guest OS Version value displayed in vsphere?   Would like to change the GuestId and RuntimeGuestid to centos7_64Guest.

     

    Thank you for any and all input.

     

    Norm


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    VMware ESXi 5.5 /vSphere 5.5

     

    I've been tasked with setting up/adding another VM to our ESXi server; I'm not VMware or Linux proficient so I'd like some good advise and direction on how to accomplish this if possible. We currently have 2 VM's running on our ESXi server.

     

    From what I can tell one VM is riding on a 500GB HDD and the second is riding on a 2TB drive with only 500GB being used for the VM.

     

    Do I need separate HDD for each VM or can I setup/add another partition on the 2TB drive for a 3rd VM?

    The 3rd VM will replace the 2nd with the 2nd being shut down; so in the end I'll only have 2 VM running on this ESXi server.

     

    What I don't know is how to get access to the unused space on the 2TB drive and make it usable for another VM installation using the vSphere client.

     

     

    TIA

    Brad


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    I just updated to a trial of Fusion 11 (from Fusion 10) and started hitting up against an access violation when using the graphics library through GLFW. I posted an issue on GLFW's GitHub site, but I suspect the problem might be in the OpenGL drivers in VMWare Fusion 11.

     

    Here's the post on GitHub:

     

    Access violation when creating new window after GLFW re-initialization · Issue #1410 · glfw/glfw · GitHub


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