VI Toolkit: Check VMware Configuration with Powershell


 

Hugo heeft het weer geflikt. Deze keer heeft hij een script gemaakt die alle ESX Servers vergelijkt en daar een mooi rapportje van maakt.

This Powershell script generates an overview of any items that are not available to every ESX server in a VMware cluster. These items might prevent your vm’s being vmotioned by DRS or restarted by HA. Pretty serious business, I’d say!

The items involved are:
1. datastores
2. LUNs (important when using Raw Device Mappings)
3. port groups

The output is a nicely formatted HTML page showing not only which items are misconfigured, but also where the are available and where they are absent.

Hieronder zie je een screenshot van de output:image

Het script kun je hier vinden: http://www.peetersonline.nl/index.php/vmware/check-vmware-configuration-with-powershell/

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