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Professional Web Application developer.


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revised Why does Public Folder share prompt for password even after I set “Turn off password protected sharing”
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asked Why does Public Folder share prompt for password even after I set “Turn off password protected sharing”
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comment How can I speed up file tranfers on local storage in vSphere 5?
I have the onboard LSI2008 controller as well as a LSI 9211 8i. Neither of which have a write cache :( I'll try the copy from SSH
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comment How can I speed up file tranfers on local storage in vSphere 5?
File system block size is 1MB. There is nothing going on on the server except the file transfer. Copying from a single drive, to a RAID 1.
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accepted Why does Nexenta seem to ignore my /etc/system settings?
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asked How can I speed up file tranfers on local storage in vSphere 5?
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asked Why does Nexenta seem to ignore my /etc/system settings?
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accepted Why can I not reach my NAS from vSphere Client or SSH with vmkping?
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comment Why can I not reach my NAS from vSphere Client or SSH with vmkping?
While my setup works without adding NAS to vSwitch0 i will accept your answer.
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comment Why can I not reach my NAS from vSphere Client or SSH with vmkping?
It's definitely the NAS VM. I tested a live linux dist on vSwitch1 and it could ping vmk1. So I just really love computers <:( I deleted and readded the network card on NAS and now it works.
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comment Why can I not reach my NAS from vSphere Client or SSH with vmkping?
yep I posted them above in the question.
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comment Why can I not reach my NAS from vSphere Client or SSH with vmkping?
Packets do not need to get to vSwitch0, in fact I was under the impression that ESXi communicates with NAS on vSwitch1 through vmk1. Everything here is virtual, there are no external boxes except for my laptop connected to vSwitch0 on vmnic0 on a physical switch. Obviously to be able to manage a vm all it needs is to reside on the ESXi host, since I can 'manage' isolated VM's which have no network cards just fine.
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