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I have run into this issue in the past. Updating to the patches recommended in the KB fixed the issue. An alternative workaround, which I used until I was able to patch, is to edit /etc/vmware-tools/tools.conf, and add these lines: [vmbackup] enableSyncDriver = false This will cause the snapshot to only run a sync operation before the snapshot, and to ...


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May be. Updated VmWare tools - is good practice. Notice, what VmWare recommends use open vm tools from distro. One more check free space on you storage - may be with snapshot or ram image it's exceeded. Check VM from client or cli for lost snapshots, make consolidation, if needed. Check datastore for garbage files


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Consider reservation id as a Transactional ID. e.g If you buy a 5 tickets at one time. You have one Transaction ID but Five Booking ID. In the same way, if you launch 1 instance at one time using aws ec2 run-instances, you will have one reservation ID and one Instance ID. But if you launch 10 instance at one time using aws ec2 run-instances, you will have ...


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The ResearvationId has nothing to do with Reserved Instances. It is a unique value indicating a request to launch EC2 instances. A launch request may come from the cli, AutoScaling, or the AWS Management Console. Each request to aws ec2 run-instances will return zero or more reservations of instances. Usually, it'll be one if it succeeds, but the docs say ...



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