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In my post from a couple of week ago Unpacking and Making Sense of a VMware vm-support Diagnostic Bundle I described how to capture a VMware ESXi vm-support, unpack it, and begin examining its contents. This week I’ll write a bit about the logs that are contained in the vm-support bundle. Where are the VM logs, ESX host logs and VMware agent logs? What can you look for in these logs?
The need to constantly apply updates and patches can be challenging in a complex environment like a virtualized IT infrastructure. Is there a better way?
For SMB business, IT may be even more important than for larger businesses to use the latest technologies such as mobile work.
I recently was engaged on a case where a customer was not able to achieve the network throughput required to satisfy business requirements, even though the network was a virtual switch (vswitch) within a VMware hypervisor and the communication was between two guests within the same hypervisor (HOST).
Do you have memory interleaving enabled? Node level? Channel Level? Bank Level?