Author: William Lam Twitter: @lamw Website: http://www.virtuallyghetto.com/
This page has moved to to my blog which is being maintained there - http://www.virtuallyghetto.com/2010/05/getting-started-with-vma.html
This is awesome. I just enabled vifp on vMA to install a PowerPath on ESX
One more tip:.
when you first boot a vMA, you are requested to enter network options, vi-admin password, then the system perform some additional tasks, like creating the SSH certificates. This only happen once.
If you want to re-activate again this on next reboot, just run the following command
sudo touch /opt/vmware/vima/VMWARE_VIMA_FB_REQUIRED
This is awesome! I liked it much. Thanks for sharing!