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v101tv – VCSA Configuration

Now that VCSA is installed, it’s time to start adding in hosts and configure them, as well as configuring a virtual distributed switch.  

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v101tv – Install VCSA

We’ve got ESXi installed and configured, now it’s time to get the VCSA (vCenter Server Appliance) deployed into our lab so we can manage multiple ESXi servers in a single pane of glass.

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VCSA won’t boot – fsck failed

Today I logged into my lab after a power outage and noticed that vCenter was not up.  I accessed to host directly, and opened to console to the VCSA server.  The VCSA server was not able to mount the filesystem, and had this on the screen: fsck failed.  Please repair manually and reboot.  The root […]

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Upgrading vCSA (vCenter Appliance) from 5.1 to 5.5

  VMware has made updating the vCSA (vCenter Server Appliance) very easy – and with the popularity of the vCSA growing daily, its a good thing. First thing is first, we want to update our vCSA 5.1 appliance to the latest build of 5.1. Log into the admin webpage of the console https://vCSA_Name_or_IP:5480 Click on […]

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