vMotion fails at 14%

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I was in the process of upgrading all the hosts in a cluster, I was down to the last two in the cluster, when the last few VMs failed during the vMotion. vMotion fails at 14%, operation timed out. I tried a few things but no matter what the VMs failed. So I had two host, host A had one VM left on it and host B had four VMs. Both of them started out with having about twenty VMs each on them. So what had happen… Had vMotion so how “broken down”, was there something wrong on the network, […]

Changing IP address of Log Insight Master node

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During a POC of Log Insight which has been long running, features of Log Insight have evolved. From a single node, to clustered nodes and now to have an internal loadbalancer. As a lot of devices are logging to the ip address of the first node, which has evoled into the master of a cluster. It seemed easiere to just change the ip address of the master node and set the master node’s old IP address to that of the ILB, than to change the syslog setting on all devices which are logging to Log Insight (Note if you only […]

50% Discount on VCP-NV

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VMware has just announced, they are running a 50% off campaign on VCP-NV exam. This is great news for all interested in learning and get certified in the new NSX certification track. The discount is valid through June 30, 2015, so there is still some time to get ready for the exam.   The Path to VCP-NV There’s the usual requirements for taking the exam(with a small exception): 1) Not VCP certified – Take a NSX course 2) Current VCP – No course requirement 3) Current Cisco Certified – Verify your certification and your are good to go. By the way if you […]