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Jun
8
comment ESXi free scripting
ESXi is not a general-purpose operating system. What type of housekeeping tasks are you planning?
Jun
8
comment VLAN and Active Directory: complementary or substitute?
Completely different concepts.
Jun
7
comment P812 “forgot” RAID6 - can't see disks at boot time in ORCA
You'll need to run an HP firmware DVD with the MSA attached to update the enclosure firmware.
Jun
7
comment Is it possible to change BIOS settings from Linux?
What hardware are you using? On HP servers, BIOS settings can be changed.
Jun
7
revised P812 “forgot” RAID6 - can't see disks at boot time in ORCA
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Jun
7
answered P812 “forgot” RAID6 - can't see disks at boot time in ORCA
Jun
7
answered May i known about vCenter Configuration of VMs automatic startup and shutdown configuration delay time different
Jun
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
6
comment Best practices for power cabling racks in DC
@StefanLasiewski Really?
Jun
6
comment Server freezes while installing Redhat Enterprise Linux Server 6
What type of server hardware? What installation method?
Jun
6
comment HP DL380G5 with APC SC1500 UPS — transfer time failure
This isn't normal. You've answered your own question, though. Use a different UPS.
Jun
6
comment Why is vCenter 5.1u1 exiting hosts from maintenance mode?
Also, which vCenter approach are you using? Appliance? Running on Windows?
Jun
6
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
5
answered How to do VMWare Backups
Jun
5
awarded  Announcer
Jun
5
revised What are the benefits of “enterprise-level” virtualization?
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Jun
5
answered What are the benefits of “enterprise-level” virtualization?
Jun
5
comment Utilizing multiple IPs provided by ISP
No interest in a firewall that can address multiple public WAN addresses? Something like a Cisco ASA.
Jun
4
revised SATA disks instead of SAS - DELL 2950
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Jun
4
comment RAID - buy spare disks at same time as originals?
This is all true. When you get to a certain level of hardware, rely on manufacturer spares or just buy the same OEM model/line of drive. Don't over-think this. The only case of replacement drive incompatibility I can recall is an extremely-rare condition where HP was using 73.5GB disks instead of 72GB disks; even though they had the same part number.