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  • How to Create Local ESXi Account and Assign Permissions Using PowerCLI

    Are you struggling to create local accounts and assign permissions for your ESXi hosts manually? In this post, we’ll show you how to use PowerCLI to make the process faster and more efficient. With just a few simple commands, you can create local accounts on your ESXi hosts, assign permissions, and even automate the process…

  • Single ESXi infrastructure upgrade: how to

    Updating your ESXi hosts is essential for optimal performance. Unfortunately, without vCenter, updating your hosts can become a time-consuming and daunting task. However, in this blog post, we’ll show you how to update your ESXi hosts using PowerCLI. PowerCLI offers an efficient, fast, and less error-prone way to update ESXi hosts without vCenter. With our…

  • ESXi Logs: How to Fix the hbr-agent Issue!

    Are you tired of seeing your ESXi logs filled with “User root@ logged in/out” messages due to hbr-agent? If so, you’re not alone! This issue can create a massive influx of entries on the GUI, making it nearly impossible to read and sort through. The good news is that there’s a simple solution to this…

  • Missing linked vCenter

    After patching the vCenters (5 of them) from version 7.0 U3d to version 7.0U3f to fix the mitigate the issue found on VMSA-2021-0025 I lost the one of the vCenters. My first thought would be to revert back to the previous version using the OFFLINE snapshots taken from the vCenters before the update, but I…

  • vSphere CSI – remove orphan CNS volumes from GUI

    Lately I’ve been playing around with vSphere CSI driver and for those who don’t know what that is, vSphere Storage for Kubernetes, also called vSphere Cloud Provider, was introduced in 2017 and became the first vSphere storage solution for Kubernetes. The main goal of that project was to expose vSphere storage and features to Kubernetes…

  • Raspberry Pi ddns

    Raspberry Pi ddns

    How to install noip ddns service on Raspberry Pi

  • [VMwareLAB] – 3.the design

    [VMwareLAB] – 3.the design

    Time for the fun stuff 😀 On my previous posts (here and here) I talked about what made me decide to go for a physical server, the parts that I selected considering my budget and the lowest noise possible and today I will talk about the logical design behind the lab. I will use my…

  • [VMwareLAB] – 2.hardware

    [VMwareLAB] – 2.hardware

    Selection of budget-friendly hardware

  • [VMwareLAB] – 1.first thoughts

    [VMwareLAB] – 1.first thoughts

    The thinking process behind the start of a VMware Lab

  • VCSA filesystem is out of disk space


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