Problem The webinterface of the VMware vCenter Server Appliance shows the following warning message: The /storage/xxx filesystem is low on disk space or inodes Solution Check the free space of the vCSA using SSH and the command df –h. See VMware KB article for explanation about which VMDK is used for corresponding mount points (or Read more about vCSA warning: The ‘/storage/log’ filesystem is low on disk space or inodes[…]
Simple this one thanks to Veeam…. Download the free backup solution – https://www.veeam.com/virtual-machine-backup-solution-free.html Install – next,next,next finish. Add your hosts, right click your VM and use quick migration. and thats it!
Ive pulled together information from a few places to get something that worked for me together so here goes…. Our setup is Zabbix 3 and ESXi 6. Any questions just give me a shout… 1. on the ESXi hosts, enable SNMP: – esxcli system snmp set -r – esxcli system snmp set -c your-community-string – esxcli Read more about VMWare Monitoring in Zabbix[…]
You will see that the vm does not see the new disk, ie running the command: fdisk -l Shows only the existing disks, there is no sign of the new one. What we need to do is, re-scan the SCSI bus, without rebooting the vm. To do this run the following command: echo “- – Read more about Adding a new disk to SUSE Linux when running on VMware[…]
Obviously i wont go into the Vmware bit as that’s straight forward – So connect to the server then do the following : su echo 1 > /sys/block/sdX/device/rescan (replace the sdX with sda if thats your disk) You can check this has worked running fdisk -l Then this is where i cheat a bit as i Read more about Resizing a SUSE Linux Disk when running on VMWare[…]