PowerCLI Script to check if VMs get backed up by Veeam B&R

PowerCLI Script to check if VMs get backed up by Veeam B&R

In this post I share a small PowerShell/PowerCLI script to check if VMs get backed up by Veeam B&R. If you do not run VeeamONE, it can be challenging to check if every VM that should be backed up, is really backed up. For checking this, this script should be helpful.

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Script to answer question: On how many hosts my VMs can run after HTAware Mitigation

Script to answer question: On how many hosts my VMs can run after HTAware Mitigation

When enabling the ESXi Side-Channel-Aware Scheduler (L1 Terminal Fault vulnerability CVE-2018-3646) for a cluster or single hosts, you should use VMware HTAware Mitigation Tool for resource analyzing and enabling. There are a few limitations after applying and enabling VMware L1TF patches on ESXi hosts (starting in august 2018). One of them is that a VM configured with n vCPUs can only run on hosts with >=n physical cores. […]

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simple linux Script to shut down VMs and ESXi host

simple linux Script to shut down VMs and ESXi host

Here is a very simple linux bash script to shut down all VMs of a ESXi host and the host itself, for example when a power failure occurs, this script can be used in UPS software. Some time ago a posted how to use such script in an HPE UPS environment. You can find the post here.

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configure esxi shutdown in case of power loss (HP UPS)

configure esxi shutdown in case of power loss (HP UPS)

These steps are necessary to implement a graceful shutdown of an vSphere environment. For this scenario you need supportet HP UPSs for HP Power Protector.

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