Wednesday, January 11, 2023

How to read the vrops pre-upgrade assessment report using support bundle

 1. Generate support bundle

2.extract the support bundle file.

3.Go to apuat-dat > report

4. open Index.html file read the vrops pre-upgrade assessment report before proceeding with the vrops upgrade.


Sample assessment report.



Save the Date for VMware Explore 2023

VMware Explore 2023 will be taking place in Las Vegas on August 21 – 24 and in Barcelona on November 6 – 9. Visit vmware.com/explore for more details and updates. 


Refer the below link for more info

https://blogs.vmware.com/explore/2023/01/06/save-the-date-for-vmware-explore-2023/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=save-the-date-for-vmware-explore-2023 

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

VMworld on demand library 2020

 https://www.vmworld.com/en/video-library/search.html#year=2020


How to get the Predictive Failure Count on VSAN disks from esxi host.

Run below command on VSAN esxi host to get the "Predictive Failure Count"

 

[root@ESXIhost: /opt/lsi/storcli]  /opt/lsi/storcli/storcli /c0/eALL/sALL show all | grep -e ' State : ' -e "Predictive Failure Count"


Command output

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0

Predictive Failure Count = 0


Here is a handy bit of PowerCLI to return the VMhost Name, Product, ESXi build, Serial number of all hosts in vCenter.

 

Run below syntax on powercli to get the VMhost Name, Product, ESXi build, Serial number of all hosts in vCenter.



Get-Vmhost | Get-View | Sort-object Name |
select Name,
@{N='Product';E={$_.Config.Product.FullName}},
@{N='Build';E={$_.Config.Product.Build}},
@{Name="Serial Number"; Expression={($_.Hardware.SystemInfo.OtherIdentifyingInfo | where {$_.IdentifierType.Key -eq "ServiceTag"}).IdentifierValue}}




OR


Get-VMHost | Get-View | Select Name, @{l=”SerialNumber”; e={$_.Hardware.SystemInfo.OtherIdentifyingInfo.IdentifierValue.split(“,”)[0]}}

Sunday, November 22, 2020