RVTools: Version 2.5 Released


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Rob de Veij has released a brand new version of RVTools.

These are the new features:

  • The installation file now understands how to upgrade without the need to uninstall the previous version first.

  • The documentation file is now also deployed to the program directory. You can start the Adobe reader from the RVtools “help” menu.

  • New fields on vInfo tab: Network #1 to Network #4

  • New fields on vDisk tab: Level, Shares, SCSI Controller, Unit id and vmdk path name. I’m now using the “config.hardware” information to fill this tab page. In the previous versions of the program I was using the guest information which have a strong dependency with the VMware tools.

  • New fields on vNetwork tab: Adapter type and Mac Address type. I’m now using the “config.hardware” information to fill this tab page. In the previous versions of the program I was using the guest information which have a strong dependency with the VMware tools.

  • New field on vHost tab: Number of VMs per core

  • New tab! vHealth. Displays health check messages. There are 8 possible “Health Check” messages:

    1. VM has a CDROM device connected!

    2. VM has a Floppy device connected!

    3. VM has an active snapshot!

    4. VMware tools are out of date, not running or not installed!

    5. On disk xx is yy% disk space available! The threshold value is zz%

    6. On datastore xx is yy% disk space available! The threshold value is zz%

    7. There are xx VMs active per core on this host. The threshold value is zz

    8. There are xx VMs active on this datastore. The threshold value is zz

  • You can set your “own” health check threshold values in the “Health Check Properties” form.

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Grab you copy here: http://www.robware.net/

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