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In our previous video, we talk about how to view vSAN object health in vCenter. In this video, we jump into the command line and view our object's health. Commands we'll use are: esxcli vsan debug object health summary get esxcli vsan debug object overview esxcli vsan debug object list esxcli vsan vmdk list esxcli vsan debug resync summary get esxcli vsan debug resync list For more information vSAN Health Service - Data Health – vSAN Object Health (2108319) 🤍 Learn more at 🤍
We'll be talking about disk management. We'll start off in vCenter and walk through the process of adding a disk and then removing a disk, taking into consideration deduplication and compression. We'll then head to the command line and repeat those steps. Commands used: vdq -iH vdq -iq esxcli vsan storage list esxcli vsan storage add esxcli vsan storage remove esxcli vsan storage tag For more information: How to manually remove and recreate a vSAN disk group using esxcli 🤍 Learn more at 🤍
In this video, I will explain the detailed procedure to Create vSAN cluster in less than 15 Minutes. I have explained the below Things in the Video: Understand the Pre-requisites for the vSAN cluster How to create a vSAN VMkernel interface? Review the Disk requirements for the vSAN cluster Why HA needs to turned off before enabling vSAN? How to create a vSAN cluster? How to claim disks for vSAN datastore? How to review the disk groups? Review vSAN fault domains Review the vSAN datastore information Enable vSphere HA after vSAN cluster creation Read vSAN Related articles in VMwareArena.com 🤍 Please visit the Video " Top 20 Features of VMware vSphere 7.0" 🤍 Read my article: 5 Ways to Troubleshoot Unresponsive Virtual Machine 🤍 Top 7 Features that will be missed from vSphere 7. 🤍 Top 5 MUST DO Checks before vSphere 7 Upgrade 🤍 Difference between vSphere 6.7 and vSphere 7.0 🤍 How to install and configure vCenter Server 7.0 🤍 11 vCenter Server Settings to Configure When you Login First Time 🤍 Visit my website: 🤍vmwarearena.com vmware vsan tutorial vmware vsan vmware vsan basics vmware vsan 6.7 installation guide vmware vsan deep dive vmware vsan architecture vmware vsan explained vmware vsan 7.0 vmware vsan 6.7 vmware vsan cluster vmware vsan overview vmware vsan configuration create vsan cluster step by step create vsan datastore 6.5 create vsan datastore 6.7 create vsan datastore 7.0 create vsan storage policy create vsan datastore create vsan cluster create vsan create vmware vsan how to create vsan in vmware create vsan disk group configure vsan 6.7 step by step configure vsan configure vsan on vcenter 6.7 configure vsan 6.5 step by step configure vsan 6.7 step by step configure vsan 7.0 step by step configure vsan 6.0 step by step configure vsan storage policy configure vsan step by step configure vsan cluster configure vsan 6.7 configure vsan 7.0 configure vsan datastore configure vsan clusters enable vsan cluster vsan and HA vsan vsan tutorial vsan in cloud computing vsan vmware vsan configuration step by step vsan tutorial vsan 6.7 step by step vsan 7.0 step by step vsan architecture vsan cluster vsan cluster configuration vsan cluster quickstart wizard vsan stretched cluster vsan stretched cluster step by ste vsan 2 node cluster vsan two node cluster virtual san setting up a new vsan cluster deploy and manager VSAN cluster creating a VSAN 6.7 cluster creating a VSAN 7.0 cluster All-Flash VSAN introduction to VMware vSAN VMware VSAN setup configure vsan cluster what is vSAN what is VMware vSAN VSAN configuration configuring VMware vSAN configuration of VMware VSAN 6.7 VSAN 7 VSAN 6.7 VSAN Cluster setup Deploying VSAN cluster VSAN cluster configuration deep dive creating vsan cluster VSAN configuration wizard VSAN and vSphere HA compatibility VMware virtual VSAN vSAN VMware vSAN Deploy and Manage VSAN Basics VSAN basic design considerations VSAN pre-requisites VMware vSAN overview demo deploying VMware VSAN what is VMware vSAN VMware vsan installation VSAN setup and config Creating VSAN datastore Creating VSAN cluster VSAN vmkernel interface vsan vmkernel VSAN disk management VSAN compatibility VMware Virtual SAN (vSAN) vSAN network Virtual SAN vSAN Configuring VSAN in vSphere 6 Configuring VSAN in vSphere 6.5 Configuring VSAN in vSphere 6.7 Configuring VSAN in vSphere 7.0 Managing VSAN cluster Creating vSAN cluster how to create VSAN cluster Introduction to VMware vSAN Introduction to VSAN Introduction VMware virtual san VMware hyper-converged storage VMware vSAN interoperability VSAN install and configuration VMware VSAN Tutorials VMware vSAN for beginners VMware vSAN beginners tutorial working with VSAN cluster VSAN operations VMware VSAN deploy and Manage What's new in vSAN 6.7 VSAN Disk groups VSAN cache tier VSAN capacity tier Creating vSAN network VSAN network VSAN datastore
SAN zone create for Cisco MDS serise switch unsing the CLI commands. Zone create step 1. Check the Fabric login status - show flogi database - show fcns database vsan 1 2. Disable the default zone - no zone default-zone permit vsan 1 3. Create the Fc-Alias for zone - conf - fcalias name SUN_HBA1 vsan 1 - member pwwn 10:00:00:00:c9:b0:b9:8e - fcalias name Win_HBA1 vsan 1 - member pwwn 10:00:00:00:c9:6a:33:ff - fcalias name VNX_SPA vsan 1 - member pwwn 50:06:01:6b:08:60:10:07 - end - show fcalias 4. Create the zones - conf - zone name WIN_HBA1_VNX_SPA vsan 1 - member fcalias Win_HBA1 - member fcalias VNX_SPA - zone name SUN_HBA1_VNX_SPA vsan 1 - member fcalias SUN_HBA1 - member fcalias VNX_SPA - end - show zone 5. Create the zoneset - conf - zoneset name Cloud_zone vsan 1 - member WIN_HBA1_VNX_SPA - member SUN_HBA1_VNX_SPA - end 6. Activate the zoneset - zoneset activate name Cloud_zone vsan 1 - 7. Save the configuration - copy running-config startup-config 8. Vaildate the zone configuration and show the active zone. - show zoneset - show zoneset active Zone delete step 1. Deactivate the zoneset - conf - no zoneset activate name Cloud_zone vsan 1 2. Delete the zoneset - no zoneset name Cloud_zone vsan 1 3. Delete the zones - no zone name WIN_HBA1_VNX_SPA vsan 1 - no zone name SUN_HBA1_VNX_SPA vsan 1 4. Delete the Fc-Alias - no fcalias name ESXi_HBA1 vsan 1 - end - show zoneset - show zoneset active 5. Save the configuration - copy running-config startup-config
How to manually remove and recreate a vSAN disk group using esxcli In this video we show you how to manually remove and recreate a vSAN disk group using esxcli. This may be required if the GUI is not accessible. 🔴 For more information about this topic check out the Knowledgebase Article here: 🤍 🔴 For more information about VxRail check out this page 🤍 🔴 For more videos in the Direct From the Tech series go to 🤍 🔴 For more helpful tutorials, tips and tricks for Dell EMC Products, subscribe to our channel: 🤍 📺 Find our latest Video here: 🤍 📖 You can find our Knowledgebase filled with helpful articles here: 🤍 💻 Need help? Contact our Support Community Forums: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Other Contact Options: 🤍
In the Quickstart video we discussed that all the hosts have to be in maintenance mode to begin the configuration. What if you only have three ESXi hosts with vCenter running on top of it? This video walks through the steps to turn the three ESXi hosts into a vSAN cluster while still running vCenter on top of them. VMware vSAN Design Guide (Jumbo Frame Considerations) 🤍 Learn more at 🤍
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Support Us By Shopping Your Own Favorite Products 🤍 This Video Describes How To Configure VSAN in CIsco MDS 9148. CLI Mode Has been Used for this Demo. You can achieve higher security and greater stability in Fibre Channel fabrics by using virtual storage area networks (VSANs). VSANs provide isolation among devices that are physically connected to the same fabric. Interfaces are members of a VSAN. Interfaces enable communication between switches in a VSAN. Interfaces that are members of the same VSAN can communicate with each other; interfaces that are members of different VSANs cannot communicate with each other.
Each object is composed of a set of components, determined by capabilities that are in use in the VM Storage Policy. For example, with Primary level of failures to tolerate set to 1, vSAN ensures that the protection components, such as replicas and witnesses, are placed on separate hosts in the vSAN cluster, where each replica is an object component. In addition, in the same policy, if the Number of disk stripes per object configured to two or more, vSAN also stripes the object across multiple capacity devices and each stripe is considered a component of the specified object.
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This demo does not include sounds. 1. Display information for the VSANs. 2. Creating a VSAN. 3. Changing the Domain ID. (Optional) 4. Moving the Interfaces to a created VSAN. 5. Saving the configuration data. 6. Suspending a VSAN. 7. Activating a VSAN. 8. Removing a VSAN - 1. Display information for the VSANs . # show vsan # show vsan membership 2. Creating a VSAN #config (config)# vsan database (config-vsan-db)# vsan 2 (config-vsan-db)# vsan 2 name jk_vsan (config-vsan-db)# show vsan (config-vsan-db)# show vsan 2 membership (config-vsan-db)# end 3. Changing the Domain ID. (Optional) #config (config)# show fcdomain vsan 2 (config)# fcdomain domain 10 static vsan 2 (config)# fcdomain restart vsan 2 (config)# show fcdomain vsan 2 (config)# end 4. Moving the Interfaces to a created VSAN. # config (config)# vsan database (config-vsan-db) # vsan 2 interface fc1/2 (config-vsan-db) # vsan 2 interface fc1/3-4 (config-vsan-db) # show vsan (config-vsan-db) # end 5. Saving the configuration data. # copy running-config startup-config 6. Suspending a VSAN. (config)# vsan database (config-vsan-db) # vsan 2 suspend (config-vsan-db) # sh vsan 2 7. Activating a VSAN. (config-vsan-db) # no vsan 2 suspend (config-vsan-db) # sh vsan 2 8. Removing a VSAN [ First, Moving the interface to VAN 1 ] (config-vsan-db) # vsan 1 interface fc1/2 (config-vsan-db) # vsan 1 interface fc1/3-4 [ Deleting a created VSAN ] (config-vsan-db) # vsan database (config-vsan-db) # no vsan 2 (config-vsan-db) # end # copy running-config startup-config
VMware vSAN File Service is a solution that allows running your enterprise file shares on top of VMware vSAN object storage. It allows having a solution that inherits the features, strengths, and capabilities of vSAN object storage for your file shares, including Storage Based Policy Management (SPBM). These features allow very granular control and management of the file shares in the environment. VMware vSAN File Service is presented to the vSAN cluster using containers that provide the endpoints for connectivity for storage protocols such as SMB, NFSv3 and NFSv4.1. These specialized containers are provisioned using a special OVA appliance that vCenter Server pulls down as part of the creation process. It automatically spins up the VMs and underlying containers so this is not something you have to manually manage or configure. The process involves setting aside IP addresses to use for the special File Service VMs, creating DNS records, and having your Active Directory connection information ready for connecting the vSAN File Services to Active Directory to use Kerberos authentication. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction - 0:00 What is vSAN File Service? - 0:52 Interesting containerized architecture - 3:10 Getting started configuring vSAN File Service - 3:57 Enabling vSAN File Service - 4:40 Launching the Configure File Service Wizard - 4:50 Configuring the file service domain, DNS servers, DNS suffixes, Directory service - 6:10 Configuring the basic networking, including Network, protocol, subnet mask, and gateway - 7:40 Configuring your IP Pool - 8:15 Finalize your configuration and configure vSAN File Service - 9:00 After configuration, a look at the ESX agents - File Service VMs - 9:20 Creating the vSAN File Service file share - 9:50 Starting the Create File Share wizard - 10:15 Review and configure the new file share - 10:55 Viewing the newly created file share and viewing options - 11:15 Concluding thoughts and wrapping up - 11:45 Visit my blog for more articles related to VMware vSAN, networking, cloud technologies, security, and many others: 🤍 VMware vSAN vSAN File Service vmware file sharing vmware file shares vmware storage vmware datastore vSAN object storage VMware training VMware howto's Enterprise storage Enterprise networking containers modern workloads container storage SMB NFS3 NFSv4.1
The release of vSAN 7 introduced capabilities providing native file services. vSAN 7 Update 1 significantly increased the breadth and depth of these services and enables some compelling use case. Join Sr. Technical Account Manager, Bill Hill (🤍virtual_bill), as he walks through enabling vSAN File Services in his home lab and shows how they can be used!
In this video, Francis Daly talks about the importance of the vSAN software components and what happens under the covers in a vSAN cluster. For the complete version of this video, please sign up for a Basic Subscription to the VMware Learning Zone at 🤍
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A data center powered by vSAN offers scalability, flexibility, and manageability to meet nearly any demand and is the cornerstone for customers looking to build a multi-cloud solution. Watch this technical overview of VMware vSAN for insights on the new features and enhancements in vSAN 7. For further information on VMware vSAN 7, visit: 🤍
This video provides an overview about installing the vCenter Server appliance using the command line installer. For detailed information about vCenter Server installation, see the vCenter Installation and Setup Guide at docs.vmware.com.
With the release of VMware vSphere 7.0 Update 2, no doubt you are looking to ugprade your environment to start taking advantage of the latest and greatest improvements and capabilities. With this release, some of the more notable improvements are found in VMware vSAN 7.0 Update 2. It contains a myriad of new features, including: 1. VMware vSAN HCI Mesh capabilities 2. Improved vSAN 7.0 Update 2 Native File Services 3. New vSAN 7.0 Update 2 – RDMA networking 4. Better performance with vSAN 7.0 Update 2 5. Better data security with vSAN 7.0 update 2 – Embedded Key Management Server 6. Skyline Health Diagnostic (SHD) tool for VMware customers with vSAN 7.0 Update 2 7. New vSphere Lifecycle Management (vLCM) features in vSAN 7.0 Update 2 8. Fast restart of vSAN hosts without Reboot 9. Enhanced Data Durability during unplanned events 10. Proactive vSphere HA now supported in vSAN 7.0 Update 2 11. Intelligent VM placement for Stretched Clusters 12. Simplified Monitoring, Planning, and Alerting 13. Time-based health check history 14. Easily find “noisy neighbor” VMs 15. More descriptive and actionable notifications Check out my post here for the details of VMware vSAN 7.0 Update 2 Top New Features: 🤍 To look at the process to upgrade your VMware ESXi hosts to 7.0 Update 2, check out the step-by-step guide here: 🤍 Learn more about the "Failed to Load Cyrpto64.efi" error with ESXi 7.0 Update 2 here: 🤍 This post focuses on the steps to get your VMware vSAN environment updated to VMware vSAN 7.0 Update 2 and the steps involved with getting updated to the latest version of vSAN to take advantage of the new features contained in this release.
How do you remove a host from a vSAN cluster? This video provides a quick, step-by-step demonstration of how to remove a host from a vSAN cluster properly while in maintenance mode.
Tune in to this demo for an overview of the new features introduced in vSAN 7 U 1, including a large number of enhancements to help organizations address the demands of their environments seamlessly. Find out how data centers powered with this update will deliver new levels of efficiency, such as: - Optimized TCO for modern applications - Improved flexibility through cloud native storage enhancements - Simplified capacity management For further information about this update: 🤍
Environment / FC Network / Topology: 🤍 1. Perform initial setup of the MDS 9222i 2. Perform initial setup of the MDS 9148 and create VSAN B 3. Configure ports to server and storage 4. Configure 2 links between 9148 and 9222i as a single trunking ISL (E-ports) 5. Create zones and zonesets and see active zonesets for a VSAN get automatically propagated through the fabric. 6. Access multipathed SAN storage from the server, and cause individual switch link failures to prove that traffic passes transparently from the server to the multipathed device - CURSO de SISTEMAS DE VIGILANCIA | DVR NVR 🤍 TRABAJO REMOTO | HOME OFFICE VIDEOS TUTORIALES 🤍 TUTORIALES de TODO TIPO 🤍 WIFISLAX CURSO COURSE TRAINING 🤍 Networking, DD-WRT, OPENWRT, Reviews, Unboxing, Configuration, Tech, Trainings Tutoriales Capacitación, 🤍 Satellite Television / Television Satelital 🤍 Televisión Digital Terrestre 🤍 SAN STORAGE VIDEOS COURSES TRAINING: ▶️▶️ 🤍 ▶️▶️ 🤍 ▶️▶️ 🤍 MAS VÍDEOS de VIAJES y RUTAS ▶▶ 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🤳 Instagram: 🤍 Siempre es de agradecer algún tipo de donación para seguir adelante con el canal. 🤍
We've been talking about how objects work, but how do we monitor the health of those objects? This will be a two-part video. In this part, we'll examine object health inside vCenter. In the next part, we'll head over to the command line and expand further. Learn more at 🤍
Environment / FC Network / Topology: 🤍 1. Perform initial setup of the MDS 9222i and create a VSAN on the switch 2. Configure ports to server and storage 3. Create and activate a zoneset containing a zone for storage and server 4. Access new SAN storage from the server (Part 2 video: 🤍 ) - CURSO de SISTEMAS DE VIGILANCIA | DVR NVR 🤍 TRABAJO REMOTO | HOME OFFICE VIDEOS TUTORIALES 🤍 TUTORIALES de TODO TIPO 🤍 WIFISLAX CURSO COURSE TRAINING 🤍 Networking, DD-WRT, OPENWRT, Reviews, Unboxing, Configuration, Tech, Trainings Tutoriales Capacitación, 🤍 Satellite Television / Television Satelital 🤍 Televisión Digital Terrestre 🤍 SAN STORAGE VIDEOS COURSES TRAINING: ▶️▶️ 🤍 ▶️▶️ 🤍 ▶️▶️ 🤍 MAS VÍDEOS de VIAJES y RUTAS ▶▶ 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🤳 Instagram: 🤍 Siempre es de agradecer algún tipo de donación para seguir adelante con el canal. 🤍
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In Part 1 of the vSAN Troubleshooting Tools series, Francis Daly covers VMware's most useful troubleshooting tools for vSAN- vSphere web client, esxcli and more. For the complete version of this video, please sign up for a Basic Subscription to the VMware Learning Zone at 🤍
What is needed to create a High-Performance vSAN environment? I will cover the architecture for vSAN Hybrid and All-Flash for ROBO and Stretched Enterprise environments. You will get a deep sight into the vSAN Architecture thoughts from real live customer implementations combined with live demos on the configuration. *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Socials: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag 🤍 is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to better their carreers by educating. Most frequent activity is producing the vBrownBag podcast. vBrownBag also attends global conferences to produce TechTalks and theater sessions. *About vBrownBag Podcasts* The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area. We also cover areas like storage or automation. The podcast has been running weekly since 2010. *vBrownBag TechTalks* The vBrownBag crew love IT conferences, the only place where we actually see each other, the awesome people who are our presenters and the community members who follow the podcast. The conferences are also a great place to generate some more community learning content. More about vBrownBag: 🤍
APC PowerChute Network Shutdown works in conjunction with the UPS to protect your physical and virtual IT infrastructure from adverse power events. This video will go you through how to use APC PowerChute Network Shutdown 4.3 in a VMware vSan Environment. If you would like to learn how to configure APC PowerChute Network Shutdown for Nutanix, please visit 🤍 ►Learn More: 🤍 ►Click here to subscribe to Schneider Electric: 🤍 Connect with Schneider Electric: ►Global Website: 🤍 ►Discover our Services: 🤍 ►Visit our Blog: 🤍 ►Job Opportunities: 🤍 ►LinkedIn: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍
I will be talking about why I chose to build a VSAN cluster instead of buying a VXRAIL or VSAN ReadyNode. I will also be discussing my experience and lessons learned. *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Socials: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag 🤍 is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to better their carreers by educating. Most frequent activity is producing the vBrownBag podcast. vBrownBag also attends global conferences to produce TechTalks and theater sessions. *About vBrownBag Podcasts* The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area. We also cover areas like storage or automation. The podcast has been running weekly since 2010. *vBrownBag TechTalks* The vBrownBag crew love IT conferences, the only place where we actually see each other, the awesome people who are our presenters and the community members who follow the podcast. The conferences are also a great place to generate some more community learning content. More about vBrownBag: 🤍 #VMWorld #VSan #Cluster
This is Video will provide How to Configure vSphere Standard Switch in Command line. How to Configure vSphere Standard Switch Portgroups in Command-line How to Configure ESXCLI Commands How to Configure VMkernel using esxcli How to enable VMkernel Management in Command line How to enable VMkernel vMotion in Command line How to enable VMkernel FT in Command line How to enable VMkernel Provisioning in Command line How to enable VMkernel Replication in Command line How to enable VMkernel Replication NFC in Command line How to enable VMkernel vSAN in Command line For more information go though the below link: 🤍
What is trunking in Brocade SAN Switch? In brocade, trunking is a logical combination of more than one physical port to get higher bandwidth and load balancing. We can enable Trunking in both F and E port. What is trunking in the Cisco SAN Switch? In Cisco, MDS Trunking enables an E Port to send and receive frames from multiple VSAN. Trunking is only applicable to E ports in Cisco MDS Switch. Support Us By Shopping Your Own Favorite Products 🤍
Application uptime and resiliency to failure are key factors with any hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) storage solution. Before choosing a platform, it is important to understand its ability to recover from issues such as disk, host, and even entire site failures. This session will focus specifically on the availability features of VMware vSAN. It is a technical discussion that begins with a quick explanation of how vSAN stores virtual machine objects such as configuration (VMX) files and virtual disk (VMDK) files. Next, we will take a look at storage policy-based management (SPBM) as this is the primary method for configuring and managing the levels of resiliency for virtual machine objects. We will examine the differences between and requirements for RAID-1 mirroring and RAID-5/6 erasure coding rules in vSAN storage policies and how these rules affect the number and placement of objects. Next, we will provide technical details around vSAN fault domains and stretched clusters. The session will finish with some notes on vSAN data protection using VMware vSphere Replication and VMware vSphere Data Protection.