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Sander Daems:

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Hello I’m Sander Daems, 30 years old and living in the Netherlands.  Since 2005 i am working in the IT industry and my primary focus is SBC and virtualization products. I’m currently working for IT-Value as a Lead (Sr.) Consultant, most of the time I’m working with VMware vSphere, Microsoft Server, Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop/NetScaler/StoreFront, RES ONE Workspace / Automation, HP Proliant series, HP Lefthand, NetApp and Dell Equalogic

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Sander Daems is founder and author of this blog and working as a Sr. Infrastructure Consultant by IT-Value. Sander has over 10 years experience in IT, primary focus: virtualization, storage and SBC

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  1. Marc Baker
    December 13th, 2011  (Quote) at 17:39  (Quote) | #1

    I am looking for info on how to move my vcenter server to a different esx host it is a vm and we are going to decommish our old esx host that has the vcenter server on there

  2. Benjamin
    January 6th, 2012  (Quote) at 21:54  (Quote) | #2

    Hello team VMpros,

    is the first time to configure vCenter Server with Oracle database, not know about the problem that oracle db platform, you’ll have some documentation on experience I can share.

    Thaks

    best regards,

  3. March 20th, 2012  (Quote) at 22:52  (Quote) | #3

    I would like to advertise on your blog. Please send pricing and banner sizes that you accept.
    Thanks,
    Gary Haffer

  4. Ranganath
    April 26th, 2012  (Quote) at 12:29  (Quote) | #4

    @Marc Baker

    Hi Marc,

    We can move the VM using vCenter converter. 1st you need to download guest vcenter folder from esx server. then using vcenter converter we can migrate to another esx server.
    then power on your vcenter guest vm and login to vcenter using vsphere client and migrate the all vms which is in decomissioned esx server and remove from vcenter and decommission the esx server.

    Please try this one. It will work I think.

    Regards,
    Ranganath

  5. Fredrick Boterman
    November 7th, 2013  (Quote) at 17:44  (Quote) | #5

    Unable to connect to the MKS: Timeout while attempting read

    I get this when I try to connect to my home vmware server. I was able to connect and work on my VMs when I shutdown my firewalls. I found out how to open the proper ports on my firewalls so I would not have to shut them down. I get the above error now. I have searched around and found no good answer. I don’t have a specialized server system, just my monster at home that could be a server.

    Any ideas on what I can do. to fix the error.

    Things I can do: On the left pain where my servers are listed I can turn my shared VMs on and off with a right click of the mouse.

    When i turn on a machine things look good until about 90% loaded. then the error “Unable to connect to the MKS: Timeout while attempting read” pops up.

    I can look at the machines at home and I have turned them on and they are working properly. I just cannot interact with them in the view window. I have a black screen.

  6. July 6th, 2014  (Quote) at 21:23  (Quote) | #6

    Hello all,

    I am receiving the pink screen of death and the error “Could not load multiboot modules:bad parameter” when booking up ESXi 5.1 on a Dell PowerEdge R210-II. According to the links below it is supported. Any ideas why its not working?

    PowerEdge R210-II DELL Intel i3-2100 Series Rackmount 1 16 http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/detail.php?deviceCategory=server&productid=19983 ESXi 5.5 U1 | ESXi 5.5 | ESXi 5.1 U2 | ESXi 5.1 U1 | ESXi 5.1 | ESXi 5.0 U3 | ESXi 5.0 U2 | ESXi 5.0 U1 | ESXi 5.0 | ESX 4.1 U3 | ESX 4.1 U2 | ESX 4.1 U1 | ESXi 4.1 Installable U3 | ESXi 4.1 Installable U2 | ESXi 4.1 Installable U1
    PowerEdge R210-II DELL Intel Xeon E3-1200 Series Rackmount 1 16 http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/detail.php?deviceCategory=server&productid=18605 ESXi 5.5 U1 | ESXi 5.5 | ESXi 5.1 U2 | ESXi 5.1 U1 | ESXi 5.1 | ESXi 5.0 U3 | ESXi 5.0 U2 | ESXi 5.0 U1 | ESXi 5.0 | ESX 4.1 U3 | ESX 4.1 U2 | ESX 4.1 U1 | ESXi 4.1 Installable U3 | ESXi 4.1 Installable U2 | ESXi 4.1 Installable U1
    PowerEdge R210-II DELL Intel Xeon E3-1200-v2 Series Rackmount 1 16 http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/detail.php?deviceCategory=server&productid=20967 ESXi 5.5 U1 | ESXi 5.5 | ESXi 5.1 U2 | ESXi 5.1 U1 | ESXi 5.1 | ESXi 5.0 U3 | ESXi 5.0 U2 | ESXi 5.0 U1 | ESXi 5.0

  7. wveliz
    August 28th, 2014  (Quote) at 20:47  (Quote) | #7

    Hello

    Where I can follow your post and received e-mail notificación wwhen you post something

    Regards

    Wilson Veliz Plua

  8. Neil
    August 29th, 2014  (Quote) at 01:19  (Quote) | #8

    you need to click on the two checkboxes:

    Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

    Notify me of new posts by email.

    Then you should be all set. Good luck!

  9. August 29th, 2014  (Quote) at 08:49  (Quote) | #9

    wveliz :

    Hello

    Where I can follow your post and received e-mail notificación wwhen you post something

    Regards

    Wilson Veliz Plua

    Thanks Neil! Wveliz, you can also follow the RSS feeds: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/Vmprosnl

    You can add the url in your RSS Reader or Outlook client

  10. Pieter
    October 2nd, 2014  (Quote) at 07:57  (Quote) | #10

    Hello ,

    I am issueing some diffultioes in selecting the right processor for ESXi5.1 U2.

    I want to install ESX5.1 and on top of that W2k12R2 systems.
    Now I am looking for a nice system, but am struggling with a good CPU.

    I have found a rather good system with this processor:
    ntel® Xeon® Processor E5420

    Is this going to work?

    It has a x64 instruction set, virtualistion technologe but no VT-x posibility…

    Can you give me a hand here..?

    thx

  11. sudeesh
    October 12th, 2014  (Quote) at 11:21  (Quote) | #11

    great post..

  12. Shakeel
    January 11th, 2015  (Quote) at 21:45  (Quote) | #12

    Hi,
    We are using 15 ESXi 4.1 servers from last 3 years. Everything was working very good. Suddenly I got offline few ESXi servers in vCenter. I can ping ESXi server but in vCenter Server showing “Not responding”. I tried to reconnect maunaly but not succeeded. Tried all possible ways to connect but no luck. Please guide me if someone can have solution for this problem. I would be really thankful to you.

    Regards

  13. January 11th, 2015  (Quote) at 21:47  (Quote) | #13

    Shakeel :

    Hi,
    We are using 15 ESXi 4.1 servers from last 3 years. Everything was working very good. Suddenly I got offline few ESXi servers in vCenter. I can ping ESXi server but in vCenter Server showing “Not responding”. I tried to reconnect maunaly but not succeeded. Tried all possible ways to connect but no luck. Please guide me if someone can have solution for this problem. I would be really thankful to you.

    Regards

    Please drop me a mail, we can start a TeamViewer session

  14. Akylas
    March 24th, 2015  (Quote) at 16:23  (Quote) | #14

    Hello,

    I am new at VM, I want to know how can I migrate a windows server ( RAID-5 ) installation to a PC with ESX 4.1 as a VM? Is it possible?
    Have you any link of information.

    I Can download VMVisor Installer 5.5.0 ISO file from VMWare but not VMVisor Installer 4.1 ISO, where can I find this ISO file? I want to make my tries but i have an old pc with AMD Opteron 146 that takes the version 4.1

    Thanks in advance for any hints …

  15. June 9th, 2016  (Quote) at 16:54  (Quote) | #15

    Hi there, my name is Michaela. i am interested in collaborating with you on a blog post about my software company, Inuvika Inc. Let me know if you are interested. You can reach me at social-media@inuvika.com
    Thanks

  16. June 20th, 2016  (Quote) at 13:10  (Quote) | #16

    Hello Sander,

    My name is Kevin Patel, and I work for Xangati as Service Assurance Technology Analyst. I serve as a technical resource and ensure proper operations about network architecture, planning, implementation, maintenance and problem resolution for all data resources within Xangati.

    I found your profile while I was looking for top VMware certified professionals.

    We at Xangati will appreciate it if you can spare your time and share your valuable feedback about Xangati’s technology and products on your blog with your readers. We have helped many virtualization and cloud infrastructure systems administrators worldwide and are recognized as the leader in virtualized workload performance management.

    Here are more details:

    Company: Xangati
    Website: http://www.xangati.com
    Product Features: http://www.xangati.com/products-features/
    Product technology:http://www.xangati.com/products-technology/
    Some clients we have worked for: http://www.xangati.com/success-stories/

    Let me know what are your recommendations regarding Xangati’s solutions. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Good day

    Kevin Patel| Xangati
    http://www.xangati.com

  17. me
    September 6th, 2016  (Quote) at 17:18  (Quote) | #17

    Nice post

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