Guru99 – Free Training Tutorials & Video for IT Courses

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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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vSphere Command-Line Interface Reference

Monday, June 25, 2018

vSphere Command-Line Interface Reference The vSphere CLI command set allows you to run common system administration commands against vSphere systems from an administration server of your choice.
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PowerCLI: Export VM Guest Logs files to Local Computer

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Last week I needed to export vmware.log files. In the normal way you can read using putty client or download log using Datastore Browser. But you also can download logs using PowerCLI. to do it, we using cmdlet Copy-DatastoreItem  cmdlet Syntax: Copy-DatastoreItem <Object> <Object>]   To find the location of a virtual machine run this script: get-vm MyVirtualMachine| Get-Datastore |Select name   Connect to Datastore using New-PSDrive cmdlet and change location to VM folder using Set-Location cmdlet. New-PSDrive -Location $datastore -Name ds -PSProvider VimDatastore -Root "\" Set-Location ds:\ cd $vm To display list log files, simple run ls *.log       At this point we can begin copy files from Datastore to local computer: Copy-DatastoreItem -Item *.log -Destination...
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VMware Glossary

Sunday, July 17, 2016

VMware Glossary By Haim Cohen If you a  VMware Administrator, here you can find VMware terms you should know Last update: July 17, 2016 TPS Transparent Page Sharing Transparent page sharing is a method by which redundant copies of pages are eliminated. This helps to free memory that a virtual machine would otherwise be using. Because of the way TPS works with hardware-assisted memory virtualization systems like Intel EPT Hardware Assist and AMD RVI Hardware Assist, esxtop may show zero or few shared pages in these systems. Page sharing will show up in esxtop only when host memory is overcommitted. The rest of this article provides background...
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Guest Hangs at ‘Starting’ on VMWare BIOS

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

  The Problem: You powered on virtual machine, Task shows "Completed" but the virtual machine is not passed  Starting  screen At Virtual machine event, I found error 19 : “Cannot open the disk '/vmfs/volumes/4e941641-1be07a6e-00215eda23ba/VM-Name/VM-Disk_ID.vmdk' or one of the snapshot disks it depends on.”   Cause: A RDM LUN mapping which were in a ‘dead’ status   Resolution Check Storage side for connectivity, sufficient space etc.
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vSphere HTML5 Web Client – #h5client

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

vSphere HTML5 Web Client Summary The vSphere HTML5 Web Client v1.2 (Apr 19, 2016) is here! It is written using HTML5 and Javascript, and VMware Flings are looking forward to you trying it in your environment and hearing your feedback! First things first-- this Fling is not fully complete !   VMware Flings wanted to get it in front of customers as soon as possible, and so VMware Flings are only offering the following features for the time being (we feel that these are the most commonly used actions/views): VM Power Operations (common cases) VM Edit Settings (simple CPU, Memory, Disk changes) VM Console VM and Host Summary pages VM Migration...
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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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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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