Welcome to the site, my name is Jeff and I have been working in the IT field since the early 90's. Most of what I post here is related to work that I do for the various companies that I have worked for over the years. Please feel free to look around ask questions or post comments (if available).
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I received a lovely notice this morning as I was working through my servers and performing updates. I decided I would check my ESXi servers for updates using the VMware Update Manager plugin. This lovely plugin will go out and grab updates for your servers from VMware and I think optionally for other sources you define, but not today.
I’ve decided that I’d like to be able to export my event logs in their native .evtx file format. This appears to be faster than converting them all to .csv files. Early on I ran into a few problems, the first of which I was unable to convert what was in my head to something that Google understood! Once I got over that I found what I was looking for.
I’ve been working with Microsoft on an issue that I am having with my DPM server. We have been doing some fairly intense logging, and today I enable several performance counters in an attempt to ascertain if something external is triggering this issue.
Odd thing happened today while I was setting up a server for someone. The RHEL 6 install went just fine, it found the network card, asked if I wanted to configure it via DHCP and all that. When the server rebooted, there was no eth0. When I ran ifconfig eth0 up, the adapter showed up, but then wouldn’t get an IP from DHCP. A quick look at the messages showed the following
HA/FDM fails to restart a virtual machine with the error: Failed to open file /vmfs/volumes/UUID/.dvsData/ID/100 Status (bad0003)= Not found
This came across my newsfeed last night and this morning, and before I lose the links I thought I’d post them up here.