Cockpit: The easy-to-use, integrated, glanceable, and open web-based interface for your servers

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

See your server in a web browser and perform system tasks with a mouse. It’s easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs. Link to Cockpit website Easy to use Discoverable Cockpit makes GNU/Linux discoverable. See your server in a web browser and perform system tasks with a mouse. It’s easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs. Designed & tested Cockpit is designed with your goals in mind. We also routinely test Cockpit with usability studies to make it work the way you’d expect. As a result, Cockpit gets easier to use all the time. Team-friendly Cockpit is...
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Guru99 – Free Training Tutorials & Video for IT Courses

Guru99 is totally new kind of learning experience. Here you learn by practice. We make tons of efforts to take boredom out of learning and make education a fun experience.Inside, you will find tons of video tutorials Tutorials Library TESTING Software Testing QTP (Quick Test Professional) Selenium Mobile App Testing Cucumber Testing SoapUI Agile Testing JUnit RPA LIVE PROJECTS Live Testing Project Live Selenium Project Live Ecommerce Project Live UFT Testing Live HP ALM Exercise Live Mobile Testing Live Security Testing Live PHP Project Live Scrum(Agile) Testing Live Insurance Testing Live Payment Gateway Live Telecom Live Java Project SAP SAP Beginner SAP ABAP...
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VMware Product Build Numbers to Update Levels

Thursday, March 31, 2016

  VMware Product Build Numbers to Update Levels In the next table you can find build numbers and release dates of VMware products source = vmware.KB.1014508  Version Release Date Build Number Installer Build Number Converter Standalone 6.0 2015-05-14 2716716 N/A Converter Standalone 5.5.3 2014-10-09 2183569 N/A Converter Standalone 5.5.2 2014-07-24 1890136 N/A Converter Standalone 5.5 2013-10-22 1362012 N/A Converter Standalone 5.1 2013-04-24 1087880 N/A Converter Standalone 5.0.1 2012-10-25 875114 N/A Converter Standalone 5.0 2011-08-31 470252 N/A Converter Standalone 4.3 2010-08-30 292238 N/A Converter Enterprise 4.2.0 (VC 4.1) 2010-07-13 254483 N/A Converter Enterprise 4.1.1 (VC 4.0) 2009-05-21 206170 N/A Converter Standalone 4.0.1 2009-05-21 161434 N/A Converter Standalone 4.0 2009-02-12 146302 N/A Converter Standalone 3.0 2008-01-12 89816 N/A ESXi 6.0 Update 2 2016-03-16 3620759 N/A ESXi 6.0 Express Patch 5 2016-02-23 3568940 N/A ESXi 6.0 Update 1b 2016-01-07 3380124 N/A ESXi 6.0 Express Patch 4 2015-11-25 3247720 N/A ESXi 6.0 U1a (Express Patch 3) 2015-10-06 3073146 N/A ESXi 6.0 U1 2015-09-10 3029758 N/A ESXi 6.0.0b 2015-07-07 2809209 N/A ESXi 6.0 Express Patch 2 2015-05-14 2715440 N/A ESXi 6.0 Express Patch 1 2015-04-09 2615704 2615979 ESXi 6.0 GA 2015-03-12 2494585 N/A ESXi 5.5 Express Patch 10 2016-02-22 3568722 N/A ESXi 5.5 Express Patch 9 2016-01-04 3343343 N/A ESXi 5.5 Update...
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PowerCLI: Find VMs with Mounted ISO, Disconnect Mounted ISO

Monday, November 9, 2015

PowerCLI: Find VMs with Mounted ISO, Disconnect Mounted ISO To get all VMs with ISO mounted, we going to using PowerCLI one-line script: Get-VM | Get-CDDrive | select @{N="VM";E="Parent"},IsoPath | where {$_.IsoPath -ne $null}   Now, if we want to perform disconnect action for all VMs, we going to using PowerCLI one-line script: Get-VM | Get-CDDrive | where {$_.IsoPath -ne $null} | Set-CDDrive -NoMedia -Confirm:$False
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PoweCLI: Get HBA WWN VMHosts Using PowerCLI

How to find VMware host bus adapter (HBA) World Wide Name (WWN) using PowerCLI Get HBA WWN Using PowerCLI So you need to find HBA WWN address, Here one-line Powercli script: Get-VMhost | Get-VMHostHBA -Type FibreChannel | Select VMHost,Device,@{N="WWN";E={"{0:X}" -f $_.PortWorldWideName}}       
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PowerCLI: Remove Floppy Drive

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

PowerCLI: Remove Floppy Drive From All Powered Off VM`s   Here quick PowerCLI script to remove all Floppy drives from all Powered off VM`s $off = Get-VM | where {$_.powerstate -eq "PoweredOff"} $floppy = Get-FloppyDrive -VM $off Remove-FloppyDrive -Floppy $floppy -Confirm:$false
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Upgrade VMware Tools during power cycling

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Upgrade VMware Tools during power cycling One of Sysadmin task in VM environment is to keep VMware Tools. VMware recommends that administrators keep up to date with the latest updates to proactively avoid problems, resolve bugs, reduce downtime, and close security vulnerabilities.   The regular procedure is open console, click VM, Guest,  "Install/Upgrade VMware Tools".  install from CD/DVD on the VM and reboot .   Other way is via PowerCLI using "update-Tools" command. Update-Tools -VM "VM_NAME" You can set  "Check and upgrade tools during power cycling" so every power cycling VM check and auto upgrade VMware tools. How to set this option? Right click on relevant VM, select "Edit Setting...",...
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Free ebook: Microsoft System Center: Network Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Free ebook: Introducing Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 This brief book identifies some key usage and deployment scenarios for cloud computing to provide some deep technical background on the Microsoft SDN solution, enabling IT professionals to quickly learn the internals of HNV, how it works from end to end, and where and how it should be used. As businesses move more toward cloud computing, one important factor for success is adopting multi-tenant software-defined networking (SDN) solutions in data centers. Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV) is a key enabler for a multi-tenant SDN solution and is essential for implementing a hybrid cloud environment where tenants...
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VMware PowerCLI – Get NTP Setting

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

How To: Get Hosts NTP Setting via PowerCLIIf you need info about NTP setting in you ESXs servers, here a nice PowerCLI script.Code:Get-VMHost |Sort Name|Select Name, @{N=“NTPServer“;E={$_ |Get-VMHostNtpServer}}, @{N=“ServiceRunning“;E={(Get-VmHostService -VMHost $_ |Where-Object {$_.key-eq “ntpd“}).Running}}to export to csv file you need to add |Expor-csv x:\FileName.csvCode:Get-VMHost |Sort Name|Select Name, @{N=“NTPServer“;E={$_ |Get-VMHostNtpServer}}, @{N=“ServiceRunning“;E={(Get-VmHostService -VMHost $_ |Where-Object {$_.key-eq “ntpd“}).Running}} | Export-Csv c:\VM_Report\NTP.csvIf you need to view only temporary, simple add | Out-GridViewCode:Get-VMHost |Sort Name|Select Name, @{N=“NTPServer“;E={$_ |Get-VMHostNtpServer}}, @{N=“ServiceRunning“;E={(Get-VmHostService -VMHost $_ |Where-Object {$_.key-eq “ntpd“}).Running}} | Out-GridViewand nice trick - to copy all result script just add | clip¹ and then open your favorite editor...