Archive for April, 2009
Well, since 9:00am till now 7:49pm I’m stuck at my customer place due to blade FC module issue….. sigh…No comments
For those who interested to join this event :
Few of my colleagues, will participate without me
April 28, 2009
1:45pm – 6:00pm
Room Subang 2
Jalan SS12/1 • Subang Jaya 47500 • Malaysia
Attend this 4-hour session to learn about vSphere Next Generation of Products and Technologies.
My future references for troubleshooting VMware HA issue.
Below are the steps taken to resolve “HA agent has an error” issue for my customer ESX hosts recently. The problem can be considered as weird since we don’t have any problem to add ESX node to the cluster except, all hosts with status “connect” all the time but once a while, some of the node will getting “HA agent has an error” and few minutes later it’s running back to normal.
Problem : vCenter complaint ESX hosts with “HA agent has an error”
Solution : Uninstall & reinstall vpxa from problematic ESX host Read moreComments are off for this post
So, Ubuntu gonna release their latest Ubuntu codename “Jaunty” within this 10 days. Few features added on Jaunty will be some key-point for the user whether to choose Ubuntu ahead of other Linux distro :
- New kernel 2.6.28 (latest stable kernel 2.6.29)
- Support ext4 file system (bug fixed)
- Gnome 2.26
- Boot Performance
- Cloud Computing (server edition)
athlon_crazy 13/04/2009No comments
Getting familiar with ESX command? Try RCLI tool and manage your ESX hosts remotely via command line. No need to enable ssh as recommended for security reason. If you already familiar with some ESX comman “esxcfg-..”, then this tool is really for you.
athlon_crazy 12/04/2009 2:35am2 comments
This How-to should provide you basic how to use vcbMC-1.0.6 Beta for your VMware ESX virtual machine backup operation.
- Browse virtual machines
- Manual backup virtual machines
- Register virtual machines for autobackup
- Auto backup virtual machines
- Others (Unmount virtual machine images)
- vcbMC-1.0.6 Beta
- Windows Server 2003
- Windows Task Schedule
Should go under default directory (c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Consolidated Backup Framwork)
a)Make sure to copy below files to vcb default directory (c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Consolidated Backup Framwork)
If the installation doesn’t copy to the vcb folder it automatically.
3) cmd.exe (Auto Backup)
Change default startup directory from “c:\windows\system32″ to “c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Consolidated Backup Framwork)”
* Go to regedit
* Command Processor
Double click “AutoRun” & please key-in “CD /D C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Consolidated Backup Framework”
NOTE: If you do manual backup ONLY, just leave it as is. Read more2 comments