Category Archives: VSAN

vSphere Homelab Version 2017

Well there are a lot of people having a lot of home lab installations out there. The latest trending home lab servers are Intel NUCs. I started to think about replacing my old PCs I still use as physical ESXi … Continue reading

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vSAN on vSphere 6.0 and vSphere 6.5 – Upgrade path – there are dependencies..

A few days ago VMware released the new version of vSphere 6.0 Update 3. – As you would expect this version also contains some awesome patches for vSAN, which will make it more stable and more performant. – see the … Continue reading

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Some Performance hints for VSAN 6.2

With VSAN 6.2 VMware added a lot of new features, like dedup, compression and checksums. Some of these features can use CPU resources to a certain extent – depending on your workload. In my personal experience with customers, I have … Continue reading

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