• Updating a VMware vSphere ESXi Host from CLI

    Keeping your ESXi hosts updated is important. Using VMware Update Manager (VUM) is the easiest way to keep your ESXi hosts compliant. If you won’t have VUM or are working in a smaller environment, updating a couple hosts via the CLI might be your option. Here is a transcript of a ESXi host update. The […]

    Sep 9th, 2016 • Filed under ESXi, VMwarePrint View
  • Troubleshooting VMware ESXi iSCSI Connections from CLI

    Troubleshooting iSCSI connections… we have all been there, at the data center or your desk trying to solve some dead path issue. I like to drop back to the CLI for this task as it’s much easier to get the information out of VMware for troubleshooting purposes, and the Web clients don’t always have the […]

    Sep 1st, 2016 • Filed under ESXi, iSCSI, Storage, VMwarePrint View
  • VMware vSphere ESXi iSCSI Walk

    Recently I found myself having to perform a walk of physical connections of some ESXi hosts and two (2) QNAP storage arrays being used for storage of VMware Virtual Machines (VM). The idea was to remove the Network Port Binding from two (2) of the four (4) iSCSI VMK adapters, move the adapters to the […]

    Aug 5th, 2016 • Filed under ESXi, iSCSI, Storage, VMwarePrint View
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