Background/Environment Architecture: My current environment for $corp_overlords$ is set up in a hub-and-spoke model with a technologically well-endowed home office hub (SAN, bladecenter/bladesystem ...
Summary: My problem is I cannot use the QNAP NFS Server as an NFS datastore from my ESX hosts despite the hosts being able to ping it. I'm utilising a vDS with LACP uplinks for all my network traffic ...
we have NFS storage, where we store our backups.. we manipulate with them from linux machine where the nfs is also mounted.. So, for example thin provisioned thin.vmdk disk is on linux seen as ...
So I have 2 VMs in Vmware, one a DC dishing out DHCP and another server OS. Now it's a lab environment and I used to have a domain, olddomain.co.uk. I had a NAS which had DHCP enabled and was called ...
I am getting poor write performance on a NFS share hosted with OpenIndiana 151a. I have 2x 1 TB Mirror (Seagate constellation drives), 2 SSD drives, 1 read cache and 1 write cache. My thinking was, ...
The Problem We have an issue with performance on an existing platform, so I'm turning to the hive mind for a second opinion on this. The performance issue so far relates to IOPS rather than ...
I experienced an odd issue this morning where an NFS issue appeared to have taken down the majority of my VMs hosted on a small vSphere 5.0 estate. The infrastructure itself is 4x IBM HS21 blades ...
I've got an NFS server problem. The datastore connected and seems to be a valid datastore in both the vSphere client and under /vmfs/volumes. The issue is that it appears to be empty! I can create ...