Saturday, 29 January 2011
Thursday, 27 January 2011
It seems to be an ‘nmi-error’ found in the linux kernel at: 2.6.26-1-686/arch/x86/kernel/traps_32.c (Debian Lenny)
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
• vReplicator integration
o vRanger Pro customers get replication at no additional cost
o Shared advanced resource scheduler to minimize backup and replication window
• Linux File Level Restore
o Restore single files or folders
o Search files across all your savepoints, simplifies and make File Level Restore procedure much faster
• Fibre restore
o Restore your images over fibre
o Faster and LAN-free
• Repository support for NFS and FTP
o Additional protocol support to existing CIFS and SFTP
• vRanger PowerPack
o Manage vRanger with PowerShell in PowerGUI
o Does not require any PowerShell skills as it´s provided in the PowerPack
o Allows you to do things not possible to do in the product
With virtualization come management challenges. Now that applications compete for shared, dynamic infrastructure resources such as storage, memory, and CPU, an inevitable resource allocation problem arises, that if not addressed will impact the performance of both VMs and their associated applications. This presentation discusses the 20 metrics that truly matter in vCenter to evaluate and manage this situation.
Watch this video to learn
- Which VMware metrics you should care about and why you can't ignore them.
- How they reveal issues that impact application performance.
- Ways to further analyze the data provided to fix issues and improve performance in your data center.