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•4 VM Hosts in a cluster - That doesn't tell us anything about your storage and doesn't help us determine what the problem is. •All hosts and VMs connected via distributed switch on vCenter server - This also isn't related to your storage. •an iSCSI device teamed with the uplink on each host - How about giving us a lot more details about this? •all port ...


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Assuming this server wasn't just booted, it would be because, at some point in the past, it did run low on available memory. By default, ESXi won't immediately page-in previously-paged-out memory. There's no immediate need for it to, so to reduce IO load, the pages will remain on disk until they're needed. I'm guessing this must be tuneable, but this is ...


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I would restart the vcenter services on your Windows box now that the DC is back up and running before going any further.


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In my experience, I saw where a Serial device was installed on a particular LINUX VM. It was not connected. Upon further inspection, the original datastore still contained a single file: "serial.log." I simply highlighted the device, and changed the DS directory where it's "output file" was set for. I changed it from the old DS to the new DS where I ...


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You can switch to another console, log in to a new session, and then kill the ping process running in the first console. To switch consoles, just press Alt while pressing the left or right arrow keys. This take me through 6 different consoles.


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The issue is that the installer finishes, but silently fails due to missing libraries, libraries that probably existed in earlier OS X versions. Because the libraries don’t exist, necessary certificates don’t get generated, and even re-running the installer from the application directory won’t solve it (including with the below hack). What you need to do is ...



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