The conclusion after migration VMvsHyperV

So, what can I say before migration. First day looks good, nothing leaks, all services works as expected, have some additional configuration for MAC addresses etc. During migration I’ve accidentally lost one system disk for one of my VM and photos backup disk, but this is not an issue, because all important stuff have more then one backup. First expressionShort Read more —>

Get Acess to VMFS from Windows (Vmplayer+Centos6)

Required: Above May not work. So make a VMplayer VM with ESXi installation and mound physical disk where VMFS present. This is the biggest technical perversion I’ve ever did: There are: VmWare Vmplayer + ESXi mounted IDE disks with VMFS bridged network vSphereClient added datastores added NFS datastore to host where vmplayer runs (thought it were fasterShort Read more —>

vmdk madness!

When reading a lot of guides how better migrate from ESXi to Hyper-V I’ve saw some madness and then I become mad too. I decided to copy important VMs, which I don’t want to break, on my laptop. YEAH!   Guess what? I bet when I’ll migrate almost VMs to Hyper-V one last VM wouldn’t convert and I will runShort Read more —>

Virtualization matrix

Very useful, much informative, wow! Related Images:

from VmWare to Windows Hyper-V

So! This time has come! I will switch my virtual enviroment from Vmware to Windows Server 2012 + Hyper-v. I’m tired because of ESXi leak of RAM and CPU and unaviability to check a lot of health statements of my tower. If you are interested in this, grab y’r popcorn and check my tag «VMvsHyperV» in blog to watch myShort Read more —>