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LACP, SR-IOV, Elastic Ports

LACP, SR-IOV, Elastic Ports

including LACP support, SR-IOV, Elastic Ports, BPDU Filters, and new Scalability. All of the technology presented here has been verified and “tinkered with” in the Wahl Network lab on VMware ESXi 5.1.0 build 613838 (beta).

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Determine the Zeroed status of Thick Lazy disk

this article there is a potential write performance impact on the first-write to each block in the Lazy Zeroed Thick Disk. If you for some reason would like to know how large part of the Thick Lazy that has been zeroed of a production virtual machine and how much remains to be zeroed later you […]

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What Files Make Up a Virtual Machine?

What Files Make Up a Virtual Machine?

You may never need to know the file names or locations for your virtual machine files. Virtual machine file management is performed by VMware Workstation. If the behind the scenes file structure is not interesting to you, skip this section.

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Platform Enhancements:

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Restart all services on ESXi through SSH

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How to mount or unmount NAS/NFS share on ESXi


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VM Operations in ESXi 4.1 ESXi 5.5 Command Line

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