Tag Archives: VMware vCenter

Virtual ethernet card Network adapter 1 is not supported – ESXi 7.0.3

“Virtual ethernet card ‘Network adapter 1’ is not supported. This is not a limitation of the host in general, but of the virtual machine’s configured guest OS on the selected host” This error message is indicating that the virtual Ethernet card, “Network adapter 1,” is not supported in the current configuration of the virtual machine’s… Read More »

vSphere 8 VMFS version 8 new features

vSphere 8 uses VMFS version 8. VMFS 8 is the latest version of VMware’s Virtual Machine File System, which is used to store virtual machine disk files on shared storage. It offers the following new features. vSphere 8 VMFS version 8 new features: Larger block size: Supports block size of 64 MB to enhance performance… Read More »

vSAN Health Test ‘Hosts disconnected from VC’ alarm

The “Hosts disconnected from VC” alarm in vSAN Health Test is triggered when one or more hosts in a vSAN cluster are disconnected from the vCenter Server. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including network connectivity issues, vCenter Server or host failures, or maintenance activities. When this alarm is triggered, the vSAN cluster… Read More »

Is it recommended to have different server hardware models in the same vCenter cluster?

It is generally not recommended to have different server hardware models in the same vCenter cluster. This is because different hardware models may have different specifications, such as different CPU architectures, memory configurations, and storage capabilities. These differences can lead to compatibility issues and can make it difficult to manage the cluster as a whole.… Read More »

Important alarms that required to be enabled on the VMware vCenter Server

There are several important alarms that should be enabled on a VMware vCenter Server in order to ensure the proper functioning and availability of your virtual infrastructure. Some of the most important alarms to enable include: Host connection and disconnection alarms: These alarms will notify you when a host becomes disconnected from vCenter, which could… Read More »