Originally posted by: Ciro Iriarte
Originally posted by: PeterNZ
Originally posted by: cris
VMWare have removed SMI-S from their v5 vMA"vMA no longer includes the VMware implementation of the CIM profiles compatible with the Storage Management Initiative Specification (SMI‐S) of the Storage Network Industry Association."Ref : [url="https://www.vmware.com/support/developer/vima/vma50/vma_50_relnotes.html"]https://www.vmware.c...0_relnotes.html[/url]If you are asking because of a move to ESXi5.0 hosts ..., - A Jan2012 statement from HDS (HDVM_071995) "HCS products cannot manage VMware ESXi 5.0 as a virtualization server, because HDvM does not support the function to manage VMware ESXi 5.0 as a virtualization server. This is the current specification of HDvM."- However v7.2.1 of HCS RNs notes, under new features, "Host Data Collector agent now supports the virtualization server product VMware ESXi 5.0."- and the installation notes also states "vMA" as a prerequisite product of ESXi 5.0 - !! but don't state the version of that vMA.!! So I am using the 4.1 variant of the vMA.While a number of management commands have been removed/changed in v5, HDvM can still extract the important stuff (WWNs, Datastore names and VM names)Can't say its been stress tested though so happy to here other comments on the subject.
Originally posted by: mahak
Retrieving data ...