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Hi everyone and welcome to this weeks newsletter from Sunny Brisbane, Queensland. Yes I am back from my short holiday and have had an extremely productive week back, with a few small but manageable hiccups on the way. There has been so much news, updated products and other announcements over the past few weeks and the newsletters have reflected all of this new information so as usual I urge you to spend some time reading the posts that are provided and if you require further information do not hesitate to contact your VMware representative.

 

With the release of new technologies such as Virtual SAN you will start to notice that the weekly KB articles are also expanding to include these new technologies, some of the KB articles are information focused as well as potential items to be aware of so check them out.

 

Have a fantastic week.

 

Virtually Yours

Neil Isserow

Senior Technical Account Manager

VMware Australia

 

Local Events

 

Local Training Classes

 

VMware Bloggers

 

  • VMware Cloud Ops Blog: Top 5 Ways IT Can Stay Relevant in the Cloud Era (http://blogs.vmware.com/cloudops/?p=831)By Jason Stevenson You have heard it said that “rock and roll is dead.” The same could soon be said about your IT department. External pressures are driving an extinction of the IT department. Today’s business users are becoming more and more savvy, growing up with all kinds of technology in both the home and the office. Desk-side computing is dying off quickly, being left behind by technologies—like tablets, smart phones, and even wearable technology like eyeglasses and wristwatches—that make…

     

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    VMware vCloud Blog: New Products Available in the VMware Service Provider Program (http://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud/?p=3302)During VMware’s Partner Exchange in early February, we announced new program enhancements and products for the VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP) within the VMware Partner Network (VPN).  The goal of these changes is to create a simplified, predictable program that increases a Service Provider partner’s profitability and allows you to earn more rewards for your strategic and technical alignment to VMware. We also introduced several new products to the VSPP program. These products simplify and…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: Creating and downloading reports in My VMware (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=6105)Today we have several new videos which will showcase how to perform various actions within the My VMware web portal. In this first video tutorial we discuss and demonstrate how to create new reports and edit and/or download saved reports using the My VMware web portal . My VMware provides the ability to create, edit and download the following reports: Products and Licenses Details Support Contracts Current Products/Licenses and Users with Access Product Updates History Upgradable Products and…

     

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    VMware ThinApp Blog: How to deploy AppLink packages in the enterprise (http://blogs.vmware.com/thinapp/?p=1706)AppLink is a great feature of ThinApp. The possibility to merge two or many packages together allows for a much more modular deployment model. But how do your deploy your AppLinks? I think we (read VMware) did ourselves a big disservice when we decided to add ;OptionalAppLinks=plugins\*.exe as a default setting in the package.ini file. Many out there now think it is required to use a folder called plugins relative to the parent package in order to use AppLink. This is far from true. Streaming…

     

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    VMware Hands On Labs Blog: Announcing VMware Hands-on Labs BackStage Pass Webinars (http://blogs.vmware.com/hol/?p=894)Join our Webinar Series VMware Hands-on Labs Backstage Pass Friends, We are announcing the VMware Hands-on Labs Backstage Pass Webinars Series.  These sessions are for Administrators, Architects and IT Managers running VMware environments of any size. Our talks are easygoing , focus on technology and provide tips and tricks to help make your life easier. The VMware Hands-on Labs Backstage Pass Webinars Series will run the first Wednesday of the month 9:00 AM PDT. All sessions will be recorded and…

     

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    Workstation Zealot: What’s Cool about the VMware KVM Utility. (http://blogs.vmware.com/workstation/?p=1081)VMware Workstation 10 comes with a handy utility which allows you to switch between active VMs (virtual machines) using a configurable hot key just like a KVM (Keyboard Video Mouse) switch. The benefit of using the VMware KVM utility is the VMs can be run in full-screen without launching the Workstation 10 interface (no tool bar) and manage their power state via CLI (command line interface). Another additional benefit from an IT perspective is running a virtual machine for the user when Windows is launched…

     

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    VROOM!: Power Management and Performance in VMware vSphere 5.1 and 5.5 (http://blogs.vmware.com/performance/?p=1805)Power consumption is an important part of the datacenter cost strategy. Physical servers frequently offer a power management scheme that puts processors into low power states when not fully utilized, and VMware vSphere also offers power management techniques. A recent technical white paper describes the testing and results of two performance studies: The first shows how power management in VMware vSphere 5.5 in balanced mode (the default) performs 18% better than the physical host’s balanced mode power…

     

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    VMware Education & Certification Blog: Attend Two New VMware vSphere V5.5 Courses (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=3909)We’ve added two new courses to help you achieve greater competence in the vSphere® environment.  VMware vSphere®: Skills for Operators [V5.5]  is a two-day technical training course designed to help operators and administrators create and manage virtual machines. Prerequisites include system administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems. Choose your delivery method and register today. VMware vSphere®: Troubleshooting Workshop [V5.5] is a five-day immersive workshop that…

     

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    Workstation Zealot: Spring is in the Air (http://blogs.vmware.com/workstation/?p=1132)We are celebrating Spring this week in the Northern Hemisphere and Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere (Australia, New Zealand, South America, Southern Africa) with a cool 15% discount on VMware Workstation 10. This sale will not last long so act quickly for changing of the season savings. VMware Workstation : Buy Workstation 10 and get 15% off Upgrade to Workstation 10 from Workstation 8 or 9 and get 15% off This offer starts on Monday, March 17th at 8 PM Pacific Time and ends on March 20th at 11:59 PM…

     

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    Team Fusion: Celebrate the Changing Seasons with VMware Fusion (http://blogs.vmware.com/teamfusion/?p=1839)Change is in the air—a seasonal change! Depending on where you live, you’ll soon be experiencing the annual shift from Winter to Spring or Summer to Autumn. We’re celebrating this change with a great sale on VMware Fusion 6 Professional and VMware Fusion 6. Buy Fusion 6 Professional and get 25% off. Upgrade to Fusion 6 Professional and get 25% off. Buy Fusion 6 and get 10% off. Upgrade to Fusion 6 and get 10% off. This sale will end long before Spring and Autumn will, so act quickly to get the…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: vSphere Distributed Switch, Traffic Filtering (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=12166)When talking with customers about our vSphere Distributed Switch I often find that they don’t know about a feature in the Traffic Filtering policy engine that allows for creation of Access Control Lists or ACLs. This is in additional to being able to tag traffic and pass Quality of Service (QoS) or Differentiated services Code Point (DSCP) values up to the physical network for prioritization. ACL’s allow you to create fine grain control of what traffic is allowed in or out of a VM, set of VM’s or…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: VMware Virtual SAN: Cross Cluster Migrations (https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=12157)I was recently involved in a conversations with regards to Virtual SAN and virtual machine migration capabilities. A few customers have been wondering about whether or not all of the vSphere migration operation and functions work with Virtual SAN due to the way the system works. One particular migration operation in question was around the ability to migrate virtual machines. From a storage solution perspective, Virtual SAN delivers a distributed shared datastore that is presented to all members of a…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: vSphere HA VM Monitoring – Back to Basics (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=12076)In my experience as a customer, partner and working for VMware, I’ve found HA VM monitoring to be an incredibly helpful feature that I am consistently surprised is not used more. It is easy to turn on, provides an additional layer of protection for your VMs and just works. So why don’t more people use it? I am not going to be able to answer that question in this post, though I hope to provide enough information to get more people to try it out. First I’d like to briefly discuss what HA VM monitoring…

     

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    VMware Accelerate: Taking IT Out of the Shadows (http://blogs.vmware.com/accelerate/?p=1916)by Barton Kaplan Wikipedia defines shadow IT as “systems and solutions built and used in organizations without explicit organizational approval…by departments other than the IT department.” It’s been a sore point for central IT organizations for a long time, and judging from the most recent data, it’s only getting worse. Gartner predicts that by 2015, 35 percent of technology spending will occur outside the central IT organization [1] . In a US$2.7 trillion industry [2] , that’s a big number.…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: PVSCSI and Large IO’s (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=12145)Here’s a behavior that a few people have questioned me about recently: Why is PVSCSI splitting my large guest operating system IO’s into smaller blocks? By default ESXi’s behavior is to pass IO’s from the guest operating system as large as 32MB with the LSI vSCSI adapter (as long as the actual guest operating system doesn’t have a small default transfer size: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/9645697 ). However, the PVSCSI vSCSI adapter was designed to pass only 512KB IO’s, or smaller, so anything…

     

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    VMware Security Blog: Security Updates in vSphere 5.5 Update 1 + Hardening Guide news (https://blogs.vmware.com/security/?p=1048)5.5 Update 1 Release Notes vSphere 5.5 Update 1 was released on March 11th, 2014. The primary drivers for this release were lots of bug fixes and support for VSAN . At the risk of duplicating a huge amount of the release notes , please review in detail those things that are important to you. There’s a number of things in Upgrade and Installation and there’s a specific Security section that would be of interest. Also review the Known Issues section as there’s some interesting tidbits in there as well.…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: Security Updates in vSphere 5.5 Update 1 + Hardening Guide news (https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=12117)5.5 Update 1 Release Notes vSphere 5.5 Update 1 was released on March 11th, 2014. The primary drivers for this release were lots of bug fixes and support for VSAN . At the risk of duplicating a huge amount of the release notes , please review in detail those things that are important to you. There’s a number of things in Upgrade and Installation and there’s a specific Security section that would be of interest. Also review the Known Issues section as there’s some interesting tidbits in there as well.…

     

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    I’ve created a new set of vSphere OpenStack Virtual Appliance (VOVA) walkthrough demos for vSphere admins that are interested in learning about OpenStack and what it can do. The walkthrough demos are available and accessible online, for everyone that is interested in learning about how the vSphere OpenStack Virtual Appliance (VOVA) works. I have even included a the vSphere OpenStack Virtual Appliance (VOVA) with VMware Virtual SAN for those of you looking for a storage solution. vSphere OpenStack…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: VMware Virtual SAN: 32 Node Scale Out Capability (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=12092)Virtual SAN is now available and officially supports up to 32 nodes per cluster. Configuring and managing clustered solutions comprised of 32 nodes can become operationally intensive, time consuming, and overwhelming for any environment over time. One of the key differentiating benefits of Virtual SAN is how it delivers an efficient operational model suitable for today’s datacenter demands for virtualization. It is important to point out and understand the operational benefits deliver by Virtual SAN…

     

VMware Consulting Blog: Create a One-Click Cluster Capacity Dashboard Using vCOps (http://blogs.vmware.com/consulting/?p=1343)By Sunny Dua, Senior Technology Consultant at VMware It’s easy to set up a cluster capacity dashboard in just one click and I’ll show you how to do it with vCenter Operations Manager Custom Dashboards. In this two-part blog series, I’ll guide you through steps to get this dashboard installed in your environment and explain how to create the interaction XML. Let’s take a look at the final dashboard in the screenshot below, the problems it will solve, and its features. Then we’ll take a closer…

External Bloggers

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    VSAN HCL more than VSAN-ready nodes (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=14586)Over the last couple of weeks, basically since VSAN was launched, I noticed something and I figured I would blog about it. Many people seem to be under the impression that the VSAN Ready Nodes are your only option if you want to buy new servers to run VSAN on. This is definitely NOT the […] " VSAN HCL more than VSAN-ready nodes " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.

     

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    VSAN – The spoken reality (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=14564)Yesterday Maish and Christian had a nice little back and forth on their blogs about VSAN. Maish published a post titled “VSAN – The Unspoken Truth” which basically talks about how VSAN doesn’t fit blade environments, and how many enterprise environments adopted blade to get better density from a physical point of view. With that […] " VSAN – The spoken reality " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.

     

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    Join me at the Calgary VMUG (http://www.virtu-al.net/?p=3124)This week I will be lucky enough to present at the Calgary VMUG in Canada where they will be holding an automation focused event, this will be my first time to Canada and I... Join me at the Calgary VMUG is a post from: Virtu-Al . Virtu-Al is one of the authors of VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration" Buy it now from: Amazon USA Amazon UK Sybex

     

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    Registered Storage Providers Missing After vCenter 5.5 Update 1 Upgrade (http://www.boche.net/blog/?p=4911)Taking a look at my VM Storage Policies compliance in the vSphere Client, I was alerted to a situation that none of my configured virtual machines were compliant with their assigned VM Storage Policy named “Five Nines Compellent Storage”.  Oddly enough, the virtual machine home directories and virtual disks were in fact on the correct [...] Post from: boche.net - VMware Virtualization Evangelist Copyright (c) 2010 Jason Boche. The contents of this post may not be reproduced or republished on another…

     

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    Failed to connect to VMware Lookup Service (http://www.boche.net/blog/?p=4908)Judging by the search results returned by Google, it looks like my blog is among the few virtualization blogs remaining which does not have a writeup on this topic.  It’s Friday so… why not. Scenario:  vSphere 5.5 Update 1 VMware vSphere Web Client fails to log into vCenter Server (appliance version) with the following error [...] Post from: boche.net - VMware Virtualization Evangelist Copyright (c) 2010 Jason Boche. The contents of this post may not be reproduced or republished on another web page…

     

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    What happened while getting 100% Virtualized (http://www.2vcps.com/?p=1727)I often think about how many people have stalled around getting to 100% virtual. I know you are thinking I need to find some fun things to do. You are probably right. The first thing I thought when I deployed my very first virtual infrastructure project back in the day was, “Man, I want to […]

     

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    VMware Horizon View graphics – vSGA vs vDGA (http://www.vmguru.nl/wordpress/?p=12225)As VDI solutions become more and more mainstream for standard office environments, a new challenge appears. We can swap the bulky desktop and replace it with a small thin client, delivering Windows desktops from the datacenter. Enabling a more flexible way of working with free seating, working at home. But how about those ‘special’ users who always get a ‘special’ workstation with high end graphic cards, dual monitor setup working with AutoCAD, Bentley MicroStation, etc? Can we deliver the high end…

     

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    Fancy A Trip Around The World? (http://www.simonlong.co.uk/blog/?p=4983)Veeam is about to get its 100,000th customer and is launching an interactive contest for a chance to win a trip around the world and other prizes (Google Glass, iPad and Microsoft Surface). To participate, you need to register and predict the location of Veeam’s 100,000th customer on the interactive map. The closer you are […] " Fancy A Trip Around The World? " originally appeared on The SLOG . - Follow Simon Long on Twitter: @SimonLong_ Related posts: NorthWest England VMUG –…

     

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    TIPS: Increasing your Facebook privacy (http://www.simonlong.co.uk/blog/?p=4943)The other day after I had spent some time tightening down my Facebook privacy, I posted a little Status update informing everyone of my little accomplishment. Since then, I have been sent quite a few message from friends asking how they can do the same. So instead of repeating myself, I decided to crank out […] " TIPS: Increasing your Facebook privacy " originally appeared on The SLOG . - Follow Simon Long on Twitter: @SimonLong_ Related posts: My Twitter account is Suspended!! And I…

     

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    Zentyal 3.4 Community Edition Released (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=34311)Zentyal Server is one of those Linux distributions which provides very well built-in front end management, a Webmin like GUI. They have just released Zentyal 3.4 Community Edition. I have blogged already about Zentyal in my post here where I tested also installation on the top of usual Ubuntu server distribution, which was also possible. But […] Read the full post Zentyal 3.4 Community Edition Released at ESX Virtualization .   Featured : VMware vSphere Editions - Make your choice

     

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    How-to unlock the VMware VCSA root password? (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=34298)VCSA has a default 90 days root password policy. You can change this behavior or you can manage the password policy through AD if VCSA is integrated with Microsoft AD. If you don’t change the password policy when deploying VCSA then the root account get locked after 90 days. How-to unlock the VMware VCSA root password? […] Read the full post How-to unlock the VMware VCSA root password? at ESX Virtualization .   Featured : VMware vSphere Editions - Make your choice

     

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    Configuration of a 16 node Virtual SAN cluster with the vSphere Distributed Switch – Video (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=34289)There is new video at VMware showing the configuration of a 16 node Virtual SAN cluster with vDS (vSphere distributed switch). If you have missed the VSAN announcement and not using VDS so far because of the enterprise plus entry ticket, you might read the announce from VSAN launch which says that VSAN has the VDS option in. […] Read the full post Configuration of a 16 node Virtual SAN cluster with the vSphere Distributed Switch – Video at ESX Virtualization .   Featured : VMware vSphere Editions -…

     

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    VMware vSphere 5.5 Fast Track Training Available (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=34281)The latest Fast Track training is available from VMware Education. It’s 5 day’s in depth training which availability has been announced last week by VMware. It’s one of the possible trainings which is necessary to become a VCP certified – VMware Certified Professional. You can find the required (or) recommended trainings on each of the links […] Read the full post VMware vSphere 5.5 Fast Track Training Available at ESX Virtualization .   Featured : VMware vSphere Editions - Make your choice

     

KB Articles

Virtual Disk Development Kit
HotAdd mode backup of virtual machine in VDDK aborts or fails with the error: Panic: Assert Failed: “_lockToken != __null” (2074136)
Date Published: 3/13/2014

VMware ESX
VMware support for Linux inbox VMware drivers (2073804)
Date Published: 3/10/2014
Extents are missing on the local datastore after upgrading VMware ESX 4.1 to VMware ESXi 5.0/5.1 (2000045)
Date Published: 3/10/2014

VMware ESXi
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403201-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 esx-base vib (2065812)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403204-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 net-e1000e vib (2065816)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403206-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 lsi-msgpt3 vib (2065818)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403208-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 sata-ahci vib (2065821)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403210-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 net-igb vib (2065823)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5 Patch Image Profile ESXi-5.5.0-20140302001-no-tools (2065825)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403102-SG: Updates ESXi 5.5 tools-light vib (2065827)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5 Patch Image Profile ESXi-5.5.0-20140301001s-no-tools (2065829)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Hostd crashes during snapshot operation in VMware ESXi 5.5 with error: bora/vim/hostd/hbrsvc/ReplicationGroup.cpp backtrace (2073120)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
VMware support of open-vm-tools (2073803)
Date Published: 3/10/2014
VMware vSphere 5.x の ESXi Network Dump Collector (2074010)
Date Published: 3/10/2014
vSphere 5.0/5.1 Direct IO support for NetApp storage devices (2069814)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Storing ESXi coredump and scratch partitions in Virtual SAN (2074026)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Retaining virtual machines of Virtual SAN Beta cluster when upgrading to vSphere 5.5 Update 1 (2074147)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Patch name for Patch ID “ESXi550-Update01″ is displayed as “see description” (2074388)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403203-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 rste vib (2065811)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403202-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 tools-light vib (2065815)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403205-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 scsi-mpt2sas vib (2065817)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403207-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 mtip32xx-native vib (2065820)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403209-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 scsi-megaraid-sas vib (2065822)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5 Patch Image Profile ESXi-5.5.0-20140302001-standard (2065824)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403101-SG: Updates ESXi 5.5 esx-base vib (2065826)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5 Patch Image Profile ESXi-5.5.0-20140301001s-standard (2065828)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-Update01: ESXi 5.5 Complete Update 1 (2065832)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Virtual SAN device encounters a permanent error when devices are not readable or writeable (2071075)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Virtual SAN memory or SSD congestion reached threshold limit (2071384)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5, Patch ESXi550-201403211-UG: Updates ESXi 5.5 net-tg3 vib (2072575)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Adding more than 16 hosts to a Virtual SAN cluster (2073930)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Moving Disk Groups to a New Virtual SAN cluster (2073931)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Formatting a disk for a virtual machine backed by StorMagic SVA fails to complete in VMware ESXi 5.0/5.1/5.5 (2073971)
Date Published: 3/11/2014

VMware Horizon View
Horizon View 5.3.1 on VMware Virtual SAN – Quick Start Guide (2073795)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
View Desktops may become unresponsive while powering off when using SEsparse disks in ESXi 5.5 (2073390)
Date Published: 3/12/2014

VMware Horizon Workspace
User is prompted to enter credentials when redirected to a Kerberos-enabled Connector in VMware Horizon Workspace 1.x (2070497)
Date Published: 3/10/2014
User is directed to the login form to authenticate when directed to a Kerberos-enabled Connector in VMware Horizon Workspace 1.x (2070499)
Date Published: 3/10/2014

VMware Service Manager
In the request Completion screen, the Status value which is selected by default is not correct in VMWare Service Manager 9.1.x (2056655)
Date Published: 3/12/2014

VMware vCenter Orchestrator
Adding a vCenter Orchestrator endpoint to vCloud Automation Center fails with the error: Cannot connect to vCenter Orchestrator Server (2074285)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Updating the database configuration when upgrading vCenter Orchestrator 5.1.2 to 5.5.1 (2074034)
Date Published: 3/11/2014

VMware vCenter Server
VMware vCenter Server 5.5 – Patch VIM550-20140201 (2069244)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
When Storage vMotioning a virtual machine a general system error reports: Storage VMotion Failed to copy one or more of the VMs disks (2065799)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Configuring CA signed SSL certificates for vSphere Auto Deploy in vSphere 5.x (2073588)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Login attempts to vCenter Server might fail after AD is configured as AD over LDAP (2069663)
Date Published: 3/13/2014
The vswp datastore changes from displaying to not displaying in the virtual machines summary tab (2074450)
Date Published: 3/13/2014
Upgrading Single Sign-on 5.1 to 5.5 reports the error: The existing SSL certificate is invalid. Replace with a valid certificate and try again (2068640)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Virtual SAN node reached threshold of opened components (2071379)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Virtual SAN insufficient memory (2071753)
Date Published: 3/11/2014

VMware vCenter Update Manager
VMware vCenter Server Health Status Changed alarm is triggered and reset to green (2015243)
Date Published: 3/12/2014

VMware vCloud Director
Installing VMware vCloud Director fails with the error: Couldn’t generate instance Id! (2057594)
Date Published: 3/10/2014

VMware vCloud Hybrid Service
Microsoft Windows Licensing Compliance on vCloud Hybrid Service (2072898)
Date Published: 3/14/2014

VMware Virtual SAN
VMware Virtual SAN configuration fails with the error: Found another host participating in the VSAN service which is not a member of this host’s vCenter cluster (2062704)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Using the Reapply action does not change the VMware Virtual SAN virtual machine object status (2073947)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
vSphere High Availability (HA) fails to restart a virtual machine when VMware Virtual SAN network is partitioned (2073949)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Disks not claimed automatically when VMware Virtual SAN disk claim mode is set to Automatic (2074560)
Date Published: 3/14/2014
Powering off a VMware Virtual SAN host results in the Storage Providers view in vSphere Web Client taking longer than expected to refresh (2061216)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Compliance status of a virtual machine does not update when it is migrated between different datastore types (2062710)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
VMware Virtual SAN datastore not listed as a matching datastore when creating a storage based policy (2065479)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Requirements and considerations for the deployment of VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) (2068911)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
Collecting Virtual SAN (VSAN) support logs and uploading to VMware (2072796)
Date Published: 3/12/2014
VMware Virtual SAN datastores cannot store host-local and system swap files (2073944)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
A VMware Virtual SAN virtual machine in a vSphere HA cluster reports as HA protected when powered off (2073946)
Date Published: 3/11/2014
Automatic disk claiming does not work as expected if license is applied after enabling VMware Virtual SAN (2073948)
Date Published: 3/11/2014

VMware vSphere Data Protection
Starting the MCS service in VMware vSphere Data Protection 5.1.x fails with the error: gsan rollbacktime does not match stored rollbacktime (2053986)
Date Published: 3/10/2014
Connecting to the requested vSphere Data Protection (VDP) appliance fails with error: The SSO server could not be found. Please make sure the SSO configuration on the VDP appliance is correct. (2072033)
Date Published: 3/11/2014

VMware vSphere Replication
vSphere Replication recovery point objective violations (2070333)
Date Published: 3/12/2014

VMware vSphere Update Manager
VMware vSphere Update Manager 5.x fails to start with error: Not well-formed (invalid token) (2069750)
Date Published: 3/11/2014

 

 

 

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