Category Archives: VMware

vSphere Virtual Flash Read Cache – Review

For those of you who bother having my site in an RSS feed for tech stuff, I reviewed vFRC over at my new blog. http://www.tracinglines.net/vsphere-flash-read-cache-review/

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vFRC and Default VM Compatibility Setting

A brief post that likely falls under the “already knew that” category for most of you, but as I found this setting while poking around in the vSphere Web Client (trying to force myself to learn it), I thought I’d … Continue reading

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vCenter Server Appliance – Active Directory Integration Issue

For my home lab setup, I use the vCenter Server Appliance (VCVA) to manage my two-host ESXi environment in lieu of the traditional vCenter running on a Windows VM setup. Acknowledging the general caveats around the VCVA, I’ve found it … Continue reading

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