Not a technical question, but a valid one nonetheless. Scenario: HP ProLiant DL380 Gen 8 with 2 x 8-core Xeon E5-2667 CPUs and 256GB RAM running ESXi 5.5. Eight VMs for a given vendor's system. ...
I have a set of experiments running on a cluster node which is running ESXi 5.1, and I want to monitor the resource consumption on the node itself. Specifically, I am currently running experiments on ...
I know I could test this, but I don't have the time right now to setup pristine test conditions to learn something that should be in documented form - and that I cannot find in an authoritative form. ...
I want to simply increase the collection level of some of the Network performance counters to 4, when I look in performance for the host, and click 'Advanced', switch to look at the Network ...
I have a server running VMware ESXi 4.1.0 and while I love the graphs within the vSphere Client, they provide no historical data with the license I have. Also, all my other servers are monitored via a ...
I have a VMWare ESxi box, 22GB ram, Dual Quad Core Xeon, 2 Sas drives + Write caching raid controller etc. Anyways, have about 30 small XP VM's running on it and starting to get some very slow boot ...
We have an IBM x3650 M2 server. It has 2 Intel X5570 CPUs (quad-core Nehalem). The current memory configuration is 12x 4GB DIMMs for a total of 48GB, running at 1066MHz. To increase the amount of ...
one of our VM's is running relatively slowly. it is the only VM running on the ESXi server. In the performance tab the active memory is very low (<1gb), however what is strange is the 'consumed' ...