Monday, February 24, 2014

Top 20 vCenter Server 5.5 issues

VMware  are focusing on helping our vSphere 5.5 customers find answers to questions as quickly as possible. they tend so see a surge in March of customers installing, upgrading, and configuring their new vSphere 5.5 environments so we present you this list of the top 20 vCenter Server KB articles.

  1. Re-pointing and re-registering VMware vCenter Server 5.1 /5.5 and components (2033620)
  2. Upgrading to vCenter Server 5.5 best practices (2053132)
  3. Investigating virtual machine file locks on ESXi/ESX (10051)
  4. Resetting the VMware vCenter Server 5.x Inventory Service database (2042200)
  5. Installing vCenter Server 5.5 best practices (2052334)
  6. Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) processor support (1003212)
  7. Configuring VMware vCenter Server to send alarms when virtual machines are running from snapshots (1018029)
  8. Migrating the vCenter Server database from SQL Express to full SQL Server (1028601)
  9. Permanent Device Loss (PDL) and All-Paths-Down (APD) in vSphere 5.x (2004684)
  10. Commands to monitor snapshot deletion in ESX 2.5/3.x/4.x and ESXi 3.x/4.x/5.x (1007566)
  11. Unlocking and resetting the vCenter Single Sign-On administrator password (2034608)
  12. Methods of upgrading to vCenter Server 5.5 (2053130)
  13. Reducing the size of the vCenter Server database when the rollup scripts take a long time to run (1007453)
  14. Troubleshooting transaction logs on a Microsoft SQL database server (1003980)
  15. Determining where growth is occurring in the VMware vCenter Server database (1028356)
  16. Consolidating snapshots in vSphere 5.x (2003638)
  17. Updating rollup jobs after the error: Performance data is currently not available for this entity (1004382)
  18. Collecting diagnostic information for VMware vCenter Server 4.x/5.x (1011641)
  19. Verifying jobs and stored procedures installed in vCenter Server 5.1 and 5.5 (2033096)
  20. Migrating virtual machines with Raw Device Mappings (RDMs) (1005241)

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