Is there a way to determing if an existing vmdk for a vm is thin provisioned or thick provisioned?
How do we go about determing it from VCSA or ESX ?
but these parameters are no more available (vma version 5.0.2)
vSphere SDK for Perl version: 5.0
Script 'vmkfstools' version: 5.0
Thank you for any tip
Are you looking for an automated way to find this information, or just any way possible?
I give preference to automated way. Maybe I can make a script if you tel me the right tool for showing that information. Just for clarify , I do not have the access to Powercli.
Without access to the CLI tools, it might be best to use something like the free RVTools.
Any tips for linux OS ? May I use some tool from vma ? Seems to me, this is common task for administering virtual farm, nothing special ..
I can't believe that there is no equivalent tool for showing this kind of information. Perhaps I miss something ...
I installed RVTools 3.5 but got this login error:
Could not connect to [IP of our ESXi 5U1]
Unknown error: the remote server returned an error (443)
Have we to enable any feature on our host?