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vSphere Upgrade Saga: Installing HP StoreVirtual 11.0

January 24, 2014
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I have had HP StoreVirtual (LeftHand) licenses for some time now, but the previous versions were nearly impossible to install. At least, I could not discover the magic incantation to make them work, so I decided to put that upgrade on hold. Now that 11.0 has come out, as have a host of installers for…

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vSphere upgrade saga: HP Insight Management integration

January 16, 2013
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I have previously written about upgrading HPSIM and installing HP specific offline bundles within my vSphere environment. This was to increase the integration between vCenter, vCloud Director, and my physical hardware. Still, everything was not integrated well enough. Here’s what I did to make this work. Read more

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vSphere upgrade saga: Upgrading the storage on your Iomega ix2-200

January 2, 2013
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While technically not part of my vCloud environment, I use an Iomega ix2-200 as my tertiary storage for ISOs used within my vCloud environment. I also use an 8TB iSCSI server that also acts as my RHEV server. I will be upgrading this later as well with a 10G network card and the latest RHEV.…

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vSphere upgrade saga: vSphere ESXi and Host Profiles

December 19, 2012
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Of all the upgrades I have done to date, this was by far the easiest. Perhaps it was practice or even VMware vSphere’s time in market, but the upgrade to vSphere ESXi 5.1 from v4.1 and v5.0 went flawlessly. Read More

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vSphere Upgrade Saga: ESXi 5 Upgrades with vShield and vCops

August 4, 2012
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It has once more come time to upgrade my hosts with security patches and I have run into one more, but easily worked around issue. Some VMs do not migrate or power-off when entering maintenance mode. These VMs include vShield per host appliances, and surprisingly vCops.

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vSphere Upgrade Saga: VMware vCops 5 Enterprise

May 15, 2012
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I have been using vCops Advanced since v1.0, but wanted to get more of an experience with vCops Enterprise. Specifically, the most recent GA version 5. Installing all the different components of vCops Enterprise is not a task for the faint of heart and there are so many pre-requisites, that it becomes increasing more difficult…

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