Posted by Marek.Z on 20 February 2013
Every year, Eric Siebert from vSphere-land.com runs the annual voting for the best VMware & Virtualization blogs. This year is the first time Default Reasoning is taking part of the voting. So, if you found my blogs interesting and worth reading in the past year, your vote would be highly appreciated!
You can find Default Reasoning (Marek.Z) in the general blog listing and also in the Independent Blogger section.
Click here to start voting!
Many thanks to Eric Siebert for his effort on this year voting and to Train Signal for their sponsorship!
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Posted by Marek.Z on 31 December 2012
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for Default Reasoning!
Here’s an excerpt:
About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 220,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about 4 years for that many people to see it. Your blog had more visits than a small country in Europe!
Click here to see the complete report.
Thanks all for visit and your comments!
Have a superb 2013!
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Posted by Marek.Z on 27 August 2012
According to the certification roadmap on My Learn, VMware will add some new certification in the near future. The new certifications are:
- VCP – Cloud
- VCAP – Cloud Infrastructure Administration
- VCAP – Cloud Infrastructure Design
- VCAP – Cloud Governance
- VCDX – Cloud
End User Computing
- VCAP – Desktop Administration
- VCAP – Desktop Design
- VCDX – Desktop
See the picture below for the complete roadmap of VMware certifications.
Head over to My Learn to learn more about the new certifications.
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Posted by Marek.Z on 18 June 2010
The tail command displays last 10 lines of a file and with the –f (follow) parameter you can see the data appended to it. So, if you want to see what is going on in the vmkernel of your ESX host:
- Login to you ESX host
- Type: #tail –f /var/log/vmkernel
- Watch for new events to appear
- If you want to terminate the process, press CTRL + C
Nice & simple
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Posted by Marek.Z on 9 September 2009
A few days ago I was visiting a customer to troubleshoot some network issues on their virtual environment. I was amazed when I looked at the network configuration of their ESX servers. Look at the picture below and judge for yourself. The guy who configured it must be a real VMware guru!
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