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The 6.7U1 documentation on the convergence tool for external to embedded PSCs says something along the lines of "requires vSphere 6.7U1". Does that mean I actually have to upgrade all of my hosts to ESXi 6.7U1 before converging my external PSCs into embedded ones? That seems really odd, since I thought the PSCs had nothing to do with ESXi. I migrated my VCSAs with no problem and I'm loving the fully featured HTML5 UI. I did run into a weird problem where get-vm wasn't returning anything, but I upgraded my PowerCLI modules and it went away.

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Feb 25, 2007


So I have a little issue with a powercli script I'm creating to help our vm deployment process.

In one of the steps I am having the user input the name of the port group to set on the newly created VM.

Get-VM $vmname | Get-NetworkAdapter | Set-NetworkAdapter -Portgroup $vmnetwork -Confirm:$false

The issue is that we do not have distributed switches, so we have these port groups created identically on all 4 hosts in the cluster. So if I specify 'VLAN4' it responds with: debra jo fondren naked The specified parameter 'Portgroup' expects a single value, but your name criteria 'PCI' corresponds to multiple values. because obviously, there are 4 instances of the 'VLAN4' port group in the cluster/

What's the best way to have it just pick that port group from one of the hosts at random? Or even set it to just pick the port group from one of the hosts only?

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So I have a little issue with a powercli script I'm creating to help our vm deployment process.

In one of the steps I am having the user input the name of the port group to set on the newly created VM.

Get-VM $vmname | Get-NetworkAdapter | Set-NetworkAdapter -Portgroup $vmnetwork -Confirm:$false

The issue is that we do not have distributed switches, so we have these port groups created identically on all 4 hosts in the cluster. So if I specify 'VLAN4' it responds with: black group sex video The specified parameter 'Portgroup' expects a single value, but your name criteria 'PCI' corresponds to multiple values. because obviously, there are 4 instances of the 'VLAN4' port group in the cluster/

What's the best way to have it just pick that port group from one of the hosts at random? Or even set it to just pick the port group from one of the hosts only?

Not sure if this would work but it might put you down the right path toward a solution.

The Set-NetworkAdapter seems to assume distributed vSwitch. But you might be able to populate $vmnetwork with:
Get-VirtualSwitch -Host [hostnamehere] -Name [vswitchname]| Get-VirtualPortGroup -Name VLAN4
That way the variable is the port group object instead of the name.

Not sure if it even needs to be random host, it may force the VM to boot on that host first? Not sure on that, but DRS would handle that.

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I ended up finding the problem but now I'm running into another issue joining the domain with an invoke-vmscript command so I'll be dealing with that monday.

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Anyone using vm encryption in 6.5+? Curious if anyone has any key management recommendations. We talked to HyTrust back in the day before this feature rolled out, so I’ll circle up with them but open to other suggestions.

We don’t have any key management deployed today.

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What's the regulatory requirement or threat you're looking to mitigate with encryption at rest for datacenter devices?

This would steer what a key vault would need to accomplish

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This is essentially what I am trying to run to get the new VM joined to the domain:

$domainAdminCredentials = (Get-Credential)
$script="Add-Computer -Domainname domain.net -Credential $cred -restart -force"
$GuestCredential = (Get-Credential)
Invoke-VMScript -VM $targetvm -ScriptText $script -GuestCredential $GuestCredential

I am running into an issue where after executing the terminal just sits there processing forever until I ctrl+c. Connecting into the remote console of the VM I am unable to find anything taking place. Any thoughts on this? Running the add-computer command in the VM itself works without a problem.

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Can anyone with a good grasp on resource pools explain this to me? I found the question on a Reddit thread but everyone on the thread argued with each other so I had no idea whose explanation of the answer was correct. Resource pools seem so simple in theory but they murdered me when I took the VCP

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Can anyone with a good grasp on resource pools explain this to me? I found the question on a Reddit thread but everyone on the thread argued with each other so I had no idea whose explanation of the answer was correct. Resource pools seem so simple in theory but they murdered me when I took the VCP



Expandable memory reservation means that if you run out of memory in the pool, drs will use more memory then the limit you set up, taking it from the resource pool higher in hierarchy(until exhaustion of resources or a threshold that you can set up if you set up ha admission limits). You can turn on vms as big a 8gb before running out of ram in your exam sample.

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Expandable memory reservation means that if you run out of memory in the pool, drs will use more memory then the limit you set up, taking it from the resource pool higher in hierarchy(until exhaustion of resources if you set up ha availability limits). You can turn on vms as big a 8gb before running out of ram
So why isn't C true?

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So why isn't C true?

HMM, all three scenarios are technically true. A gives you a little leeway in case there is other resources required within the resource pool tree(the turned off vm in TestDev) but IMHO i would pick any out of ABC if i ran this question on a test.

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That's....a really bad test question and I would question whether it is experimental if I encountered it on vcp

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This is essentially what I am trying to run to get the new VM joined to the domain:

$domainAdminCredentials = (Get-Credential)
$script="Add-Computer -Domainname domain.net -Credential $cred -restart -force"
$GuestCredential = (Get-Credential)
Invoke-VMScript -VM $targetvm -ScriptText $script -GuestCredential $GuestCredential

I am running into an issue where after executing the terminal just sits there processing forever until I ctrl+c. Connecting into the remote console of the VM I am unable to find anything taking place. Any thoughts on this? Running the add-computer command in the VM itself works without a problem.

Invoke-VMScript takes a string for the Script parameter. PSCredential.ToString() always returns "System.Management.Automation.PSCredential" which is not a value Add-Computer is expecting. The prompt is probably waiting for credentials to be entered.

You're going to have to probably pass in the credentials in plain text and then construct the PSCredential object on the box.

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I just double checked my build script and that's how I do it.

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So I tried to emulate that dumb question in my lab, but I do not have that exact amount of memory free.

I ended up making a "Cluster" resource pool with a non-expandable reservation limit of 11 GB and then I made the child pools the same way. Since I was short 1 GB, I made the extra Test VM with a 5 GB reservation, and 7 for the Dev one. Neither powered on due to insufficient resources

Anyhow, here is a look at the resource reservation from inside VMWare


TestDev makes sense. The pool above it has a fixed reservation of 11 GB, and it has two resource pools of a total of 5 GB underneath. Cool.

Under that, though... why does the Dev pool show a total of ~10GB RAM, while the Test pool only shows ~7 GB when the pool above has an 8 GB reservation?

Is this something to do with the "Normal" share being 10 shares per MB, and since Dev is allocated more RAM it gets more shares? Am I overcomplicating things or is this some kind of VMWare conspiracy?

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So I tried to emulate that dumb question in my lab, but I do not have that exact amount of memory free.

I ended up making a "Cluster" resource pool with a non-expandable reservation limit of 11 GB and then I made the child pools the same way. Since I was short 1 GB, I made the extra Test VM with a 5 GB reservation, and 7 for the Dev one. Neither powered on due to insufficient resources

Anyhow, here is a look at the resource reservation from inside VMWare


TestDev makes sense. The pool above it has a fixed reservation of 11 GB, and it has two resource pools of a total of 5 GB underneath. Cool.

Under that, though... why does the Dev pool show a total of ~10GB RAM, while the Test pool only shows ~7 GB when the pool above has an 8 GB reservation?

Is this something to do with the "Normal" share being 10 shares per MB, and since Dev is allocated more RAM it gets more shares? Am I overcomplicating things or is this some kind of VMWare conspiracy?

Reservations and shares don’t have anything to do with each other.

The test pool has a 1Gb reservation and is using all of it, so the only additional space available comes from expanding into the parent and grandparent. The TestDev pool has 5.94 available (due to being expandable up to 11GB) so that’s what’s available to the Test pool. The Dev pool also has that same 5.94GB available from the parent, but also has 1.94 of its own reservation that’s still available, for a total of 7.87 available reservation. Rounding errors are why the math doesn’t quite pencil out to the 7.88 you’d expect just adding those two.

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Reservations and shares don’t have anything to do with each other.

The test pool has a 1Gb reservation and is using all of it, so the only additional space available comes from expanding into the parent and grandparent. The TestDev pool has 5.94 available (due to being expandable up to 11GB) so that’s what’s available to the Test pool. The Dev pool also has that same 5.94GB available from the parent, but also has 1.94 of its own reservation that’s still available, for a total of 7.87 available reservation. Rounding errors are why the math doesn’t quite pencil out to the 7.88 you’d expect just adding those two.

That makes perfect sense, thank you very much!

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Sep 22, 2004

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I set my server up to use NTP to ensure the clock is accurate.



It now gives me this warning. It seems to be fine, but I'm confused.


Trying to search the knowledge base as they suggest does nothing of use.

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At a guess, does it classify this as a warning because the servers in the NTL pool could be stratum 3 or 4?

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