Datacenter Command-Line Interface (DCLI) is one of vSphere’s newest CLIs. DCLI works exclusively with the vSphere Automation API (REST API for vSphere) to provide both an interactive and scriptable mode to monitor and manage all features made available to the REST based API.
ESXCLI is a powerful command line tool on an ESXi host. You may need it for troubleshooting, configuration or for automated ESXi installations by using a kickstart file. I’m having a esxcli c…Read More
Continuing with our KBTV Webinar Series, in this video you will learn tips and tricks on Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) for managing Virtual SAN environment. Covered in this video demonstration: Demonstrating various commands that can be used within Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) – “vsan.disks_stats” Useful for capacity planning, management of disk groups and monitoring the health of physical disks – “vsan.check_state” Useful for troubleshooting data unavailability situations and understanding object health in the VSAN cluster – “vsan.resync_dashboard” Useful for visibility into data resync when changing storage policies – “vsan.whatif_host_failures” Useful for capacity planning on future VSAN nodes and understanding VSAN’s ability to tolerate…Read More