Category Archives: Virtualization

A SMALL OVERVIEW OF SYSTEM VIRTUAL MEMORY AND WINDOWS PAGING CONCEPTS

A SMALL OVERVIEW OF SYSTEM VIRTUAL MEMORY AND WINDOWS PAGING CONCEPTS Computer performs and completes its operations with help of memory. There are two types of memory available in the physical system. They are, · Random Access Memory (RAM ) – Main Memory · Virtual Memory Random Access Memory is the physical chip that is […]

How to Manage ESXi server Management services through vSphere client

  We can manage ESXi server service through vSphere client. This option helps us to monitor and manage ESX services such as SSH, NTP etc. This features easy the administration needs of ESX servers. 1. Login into ESXi sever using vSphere client. 2. Select the ESXi server which we need to manage. 3. Navigate to […]

Enable VT Support in BIOS

  We need to enable virtualization technology in the BIOS of the physical system. If we haven’t enabled the VT BIOS function the following error message will be obtained. To enable the VT option in the system BIOS, 1. Reboot the physical server. 2. Enter to BIOS mode (Mostly delete or F2 key is used […]

How to Setup Number of Cores Per CPU in a VMware ESX Virtual Machine

  I was checking the details of CPU assignments in VMware virtual machine. In my previous post I have mentioned the method to increase the CPU support in the operating system. VMware virtual machines consider one CPU core as a processor. Virtual CPUs (vCPU) in VMware virtual machines appear to the operating system as single […]

How to Increase CPU count for the VMware virtual machines

  To increase the performance of higher end applications we need to increase the hardware platform of the Operating system. This enhances the capability of the system to perform more effectively. The Organization need more computing speed to improve the application performance. There are cases where the maximum utilization makes the operating system in a […]

How to Enable VMI (Paravirtualization) in VMware ESX Virtual Machines

  VMI, or the Virtual Machine Interface, is a clearly defined extensible specification for OS communication with the hypervisor. In theory Paravirtualization (where the guest kernel knows that it’s running on a hypervisor, not “real” hardware) is faster than pure hardware virtualization. In full virtualization, a guest operating system runs unmodified on a hypervisor. However, […]

VMware File Extensions and its Descriptions

  .VMDK  – These are the actual virtual hard disk files of the virtual machine. These files are having bigger file sizes than any other files located in virtual machine folder.                   -  If we have chosen 2GB split of .VMDK files, the number of .VMDK files depends on the size of the virtual disk. […]

How to Monitor and Manage VMware vSphere Client Login Sessions

  We can monitor vSphere client logins through our admin privilege account. VMware is providing an option to forceful termination of the user login sessions. In some condition if we need to do some maintenance in ESX servers or security concerned etc.. This property helps us to do that function. We can also initiate or […]