VMware vSphere Troubleshooting: Intro to vSphere Troubleshooting

Part 1 of 4 in the VMware vSphere Troubleshooting series introduces troubleshooting topics.
Course info
Rating
(28)
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jan 4, 2011
Duration
4h 25m
Table of contents
Getting Started
Lab Setup
Course Scenario
VCAP Overview and Troubleshooting Focus
Understanding Command Line Troubleshooting with vSphere
Installing and Using vSphere Management Assistant (vMA)
vCenter and ESX/ESXi Log Files
Viewing and Searching vSphere Log Files
Exporting vCenter and ESX/ESXi Log File Bundles
Configuring vSphere Centralized Logging
Troubleshooting CPU and Memory Performance
Using vSphere Hot-Add to Dynamically Add CPU and RAM
Description
Course info
Rating
(28)
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jan 4, 2011
Duration
4h 25m
Description

Part 1 of 4 in the VMware vSphere Troubleshooting series introduces troubleshooting topics. The goal of this course is to enhance your skills to enable you to troubleshoot vSphere. This course will show you how to troubleshoot vSphere using log files, how to prevent downtime with your HA cluster, ways to deal with broken vNetwork Distributed Switches, and how to quickly get vSphere back up and running. If you are a middle-to-upper level enterprise network administrator, and/or have taken our VMware vSphere Training course or have done hands-on work with vSphere, you’ll benefit from the advanced troubleshooting techniques presented in our vSphere Troubleshooting Training course.

About the author
About the author

David has authored over 50 courses for Pluralsight.com around enterprise data center technologies such as cloud computing, virtualization, and (especially) VMware vSphere.

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