corpsolv
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Health Check Analyzer Appliance---Where did they hide it?

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Does anyone know where they hid the Healtcheck analyzer appliance? We are looking to get the latest version and are having a hard time finding it. We have been all over Partner central and no luck, all we found is the Partner enablement kit so far.

Thanks.

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FredrikNilsson
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Go the partner site, choose browse info center, VAC Program, Tools and choose HealthAnalyser.

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RParker
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It's been replaced:

rvtools 2.0

But here is the script: http://sourceforge.net/projects/esxhealthscript/

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corpsolv
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Hmm...The one I was looking for comes as an appliance and is a Linux VM.

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K-MaC
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Hello Corpsolv, I think you are referring to the same appliance that Duncan Epping is talking about on his blog.

  • VMware Health Analyzer Appliance → A linux appliance that can connect to your VC/ESX and analyze log files. At this point in time it's only available for VMware Employees or Partners with access to Partner Central.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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ante
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Hm... I do have access to partner central, and I can't find it there...

/Andreas

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FredrikNilsson
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Go the partner site, choose browse info center, VAC Program, Tools and choose HealthAnalyser.

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jbruelasdgo
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first of all: you should be VAC to have access to the tool

Jose B Ruelas http://aservir.wordpress.com
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corpsolv
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Thanks Fred, I did find it righjt where you pointed out. I guess I assumed it would be with the health check materials under services.Thanks again.

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arjanhs
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What's the default userid and password for the analyzer?

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depping
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Check the documentation.

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tjw82
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Is the Health Check Analyzer appliance gone? I have the accreditation material on partner Central, but cannot find the appliance or the documentation

Thanks

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amvmware
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No i have just checked - Health Analyser 2.1 is an OVF file of 223MB. It is definately there - You may not be able to access it for the reasons identifed earlier - ie be a VAC partner.

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jsw23
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I am part of the VAC Program. Where in Partner Central did you find it?

Thanks

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amvmware
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I clicked on content and in the search content page i type the word health in the "for" box. The top four files found are all health analyzer documents or OVF files.

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jsw23
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Thanks... I must not have access to it because when I search for it, it doesn't come back with any health analyzer info. I wish they would get this Partner Central stuff figured out

Thanks

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HamR
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As of Nov 23, I found it by clicking on "Content" from the top link ribbon then searching for "health".

The search option on the left-hand window of the Partner Central homepage returns nothing for the same search string.

HamR.

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virtualdavid
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Hi,

Quick question.

I am going to run a HealthCheck and I'd like to know if HealthAnalyser works fine on Nexus1000v?

thanks

david

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alanpa
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Just an update for anyone looking for this now, its at https://na6.salesforce.com/sfc/#version?selectedDocumentId=06980000000bn71

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apag
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In order to download the latest version of HealthAnalyzer

Login to partner central => Sales tools = > Services software solutions => HealthAnalyzer download

Alanpa link posted above leads to version 3.0.1 which is quite old nowadays.

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is this available for free now?

Regards, ABFS
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