Exiting Maintenance Mode “end of header not found”

While running through a large vSAN cluster upgrade project recently i ran into the occasional issue where hosts would fail to exit maintenance mode following an upgrade from ESXi 6.7U3 to 7.0. The error seen was “A general system error occurred: end of header not found” This is caused by unused entries in the hostd

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ESXi-on-Arm is real and VMware will use it to…

This is a really exciting development and one I cant wait to see in the wider world, I can see this being extremely useful at the edge and on remote/mobile sites where power consumption can often be a concern. #VMware #vExpert ESXi-on-Arm is real and VMware will use it to… Even third-party software could run

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Deploy a vRealize Network Insight cluster using Lifecycle manager

The below steps assume you have an existing environment deployed and you’re simply wanting to add vRNI to it.Before you get started, please ensure that you have collected your IP information & have configured DNS entries for the platform and collector VMs. Log into vRLCM and go to the environments section: Find the environment you

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VMSA-2020-0015 – Critical Severity

Today I have woken to an email from VMware notifying me of some newly discovered critical (9.3) vulnerabilities, these affect a range of products including ESXi 6.5 up to 7. You can find the full list here VMSA-2020-0015There are a variety of exploits so please check the above link to confirm how your environment is

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VMworld 2020 global registration launches June 23!

Registration for VMworld 2020 opens soon and this time it’s online! Might actually get to virtually go for once 😀 #VMworld #vExpert #VMworld2020 VMworld 2020 global registration launches June 23! Responding to today’s rapidly changing world with an innovative event on a globally diverse scale, VMworld captures the momentum and puts it within your grasp

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NSX-T 3.0 Setup Step 2 – Add Compute Manager & NSX Manager Cluster

Before we get started you’re going to want to make sure you have your IP addresses ready for the 2 additional NSX Managers as well as a VIP & DNS Records setup. Log into your NSX Manager with the previously applied IP and credentials then accept the EULA. Click on System then Fabric then Compute

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NSX-T 3.0 Setup Step 1 – Deploy your Manager Appliance

Before we get started you’re going to want to make sure you have your IP address ready, DNS Records setup & the passwords you intend to use Note: There is a minimum password length of 12 characters for default passwordsFor sizing information, see Here Right Click on your cluster and select “Deploy OVF Template” then point

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