Posts Tagged ‘ vSphere 5 ’

vSphere Upgrade Saga: Setting up a RHEL iSCSI Server

January 16, 2012

When using the RHEL scsi-target-utils, there is some special mojo needed when connecting to vSphere 5 (perhaps any version of vSphere). Unlike the iSCSI Enterprise Target (IET), the new service makes use of modern iSCSI targeting techniques, and these did not work as expected with vSphere out of the box. For a few days, I…

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vSphere Upgrade Saga: Staging Upgrade to vSphere 5

November 3, 2011

I have done all my homework, planned my upgrade to vSphere 5, ensured my licenses are available and all that, so now it is time to stage the upgrade using my spare node.Why stage the upgrade and not perform it? By staging using my spare node, I am able to test to see if firmware…

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vSphere 5 Upgrade Saga: Planning the Upgrade

September 19, 2011

With vSphere 5 there are some new considerations as well as the same old set of considerations for upgrading from older versions of vSphere and Virtual Infrastructures.

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