How to make bootable Pendrive (USB) to install Windows, Linux, VMware from an ISO

How to make bootable Pendrive (USB) to install Windows, Linux, VMware from an ISO

Below I am going to show how to make bootable perdrive with ISO. To Install Windows  You can use the link http://www.softsea.com/download/ISO-to-USB.html to download ISO to USB software for windows ISO images. Install the software on your local desktop or laptop and open it Select the ISO file downloaded using the browse button on the ... Read more How to make bootable Pendrive (USB) to install Windows, Linux, VMware from an ISO

Host gets stuck at certain percentage while entering maintenance mode in Full Data Migration (VMware, vSAN)

Host gets stuck at certain percentage while entering maintenance mode in Full Data Migration (VMware, vSAN)

Problem Statement:  Host stuck at a 68% (certain percentage) while entering vSAN Maintenance Mode. When you enter a vSAN Maintenance mode with option "Full data migration", its bound to take long time depending upon the size of the diskgroups. "Full data migration" mode will ensure evacuation of all components to other hosts in the cluster. ... Read more Host gets stuck at certain percentage while entering maintenance mode in Full Data Migration (VMware, vSAN)

How to configure different types of network in Oracle Virtualbox (Linux)

How to configure different types of network in Oracle Virtualbox (Linux)

There are multiple types of network which can be configured in Oracle VirtualBox, so before going ahead you must be clear on your requirement. Here let me give you a brief overview of the type of network which you can create for you set of Linux box using Oracle Virtual Box and then you can ... Read more How to configure different types of network in Oracle Virtualbox (Linux)

Comparison and Difference between VMFS 3 and VMFS 5

New Unified 1MB File Block Size Earlier versions of VMFS used 1, 2, 4 or 8MB file blocks. These larger blocks were needed to create large files (>256GB). These different file blocks sizes are no longer needed to create large files on VMFS-5. Very large files can now be created on VMFS-5 using the new ... Read more Comparison and Difference between VMFS 3 and VMFS 5

Interview Questions on VMware ESXi with Answers

1. What is a Hypervisor? It is a program that allows multiple operating systems to share a single hardware host. Each operating system appears to have the host's processor, memory, and other resources all to itself. However, the hypervisor is actually controlling the host processor and resources, allocating what is needed to each operating system ... Read more Interview Questions on VMware ESXi with Answers

Minimum H/W requirements for VMware vCenter Server 4.x and 5.x

VMware vCenter Server 4.x Hardware Requirement Processor Intel or AMD x86 (64-bit if installing vCenter Server 4.1) processor with two or more logical cores, each with a speed of 2GHz. Memory 3GB RAM. RAM requirements may be higher if your database runs on the same machine. VMware VirtualCenter Management WebServices requires 128Mb to 1.5GB of ... Read more Minimum H/W requirements for VMware vCenter Server 4.x and 5.x