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