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After the ridiculous mess HP caused with their last updates to the custom ESXi extensions back in January/Febuary, HP released new updates to the HP CIM providers a few days ago.

language=en_US&cmd=display KC&external Id=1033696 ESXi 5.0 monitoring with PRTG: […] the sort of cool technical tip that saves your bacon when it’s lodged somewhere in your mind: What happens when the VMware ESXi RAMdisk gets full? After upgrading to ESXi 5 we saw several […] […] too large in the ‘/’ folder.

Thanks to this post, I was able to figure it out quickly.

As you can see from the second screenshot the Port group has a VLAN tag, so it is a bit of a bug not showing this.

I thought it might be worth sharing the outcome of some troubleshooting of some ESXi 5 servers running off SD cards, in case anyone else encounters similar issues.

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R359Z Today we are pleased to announce the official launch of docs.

A related change we also made was to set up syslogging for a larger timeframe (full details via link below) :- The Syslog server creates a subfolder under ..\VMware Syslog Collector\Data\ for the Management IP of each host sending Syslog data. language=en_US&cmd=display KC&external Id=1003564 Configuring Syslog on ESXi 5.0:

language=en_US&cmd=display KC&external Id=2003322 Configure persistent scratch location:

When v Sphere 4 proved capable of booting ESXi from a 4Gb SD card or USB stick it became a tempting option for saving money on storage with new deployments.