Jul 052016
 

Here is our Top 20 vCenter articles list for June 2016. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article.

  1. Purging old data from the database used by VMware vCenter Server
  2. ESXi 5.5 Update 3b and later hosts are no longer manageable after upgrade
  3. Resetting the VMware vCenter Server and vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 Inventory Service database
  4. Unlocking and resetting the VMware vCenter Single Sign-On administrator password
  5. Permanent Device Loss (PDL) and All-Paths-Down (APD) in vSphere 5.x and 6.x
  6. Upgrading to vCenter Server 6.0 best practices
  7. Correlating build numbers and versions of VMware products
  8. Update sequence for vSphere 6.0 and its compatible VMware products
  9. Stopping, starting, or restarting VMware vCenter Server services
  10. In vCenter Server 6.0, the vmware-dataservice-sca and vsphere-client status change from green to yellow continually
  11. Enabling EVC on a cluster when vCenter Server is running in a virtual machine
  12. The vpxd process becomes unresponsive after upgrading to VMware vCenter Server 5.5
  13. Migrating the vCenter Server database from SQL Express to full SQL Server
  14. Reducing the size of the vCenter Server database when the rollup scripts take a long time to run
  15. Consolidating snapshots in vSphere 5.x/6.0
  16. Back up and restore vCenter Server Appliance/vCenter Server 6.0 vPostgres database
  17. Diagnosing an ESXi/ESX host that is disconnected or not responding in VMware vCenter Server
  18. Build numbers and versions of VMware vCenter Server
  19. Increasing the size of a virtual disk
  20. Determining where growth is occurring in the VMware vCenter Server database

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Jul 052016
 

Here is our Top 20 vCenter articles list for June 2016. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article.

  1. Purging old data from the database used by VMware vCenter Server
  2. ESXi 5.5 Update 3b and later hosts are no longer manageable after upgrade
  3. Resetting the VMware vCenter Server and vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 Inventory Service database
  4. Unlocking and resetting the VMware vCenter Single Sign-On administrator password
  5. Permanent Device Loss (PDL) and All-Paths-Down (APD) in vSphere 5.x and 6.x
  6. Upgrading to vCenter Server 6.0 best practices
  7. Correlating build numbers and versions of VMware products
  8. Update sequence for vSphere 6.0 and its compatible VMware products
  9. Stopping, starting, or restarting VMware vCenter Server services
  10. In vCenter Server 6.0, the vmware-dataservice-sca and vsphere-client status change from green to yellow continually
  11. Enabling EVC on a cluster when vCenter Server is running in a virtual machine
  12. The vpxd process becomes unresponsive after upgrading to VMware vCenter Server 5.5
  13. Migrating the vCenter Server database from SQL Express to full SQL Server
  14. Reducing the size of the vCenter Server database when the rollup scripts take a long time to run
  15. Consolidating snapshots in vSphere 5.x/6.0
  16. Back up and restore vCenter Server Appliance/vCenter Server 6.0 vPostgres database
  17. Diagnosing an ESXi/ESX host that is disconnected or not responding in VMware vCenter Server
  18. Build numbers and versions of VMware vCenter Server
  19. Increasing the size of a virtual disk
  20. Determining where growth is occurring in the VMware vCenter Server database

The post Top 20 vCenter Server articles for June 2016 appeared first on Support Insider.