VMware ESXi does not detect the external NTFS partition of a Virtual Machine. ESXi servers can be deployed on a type of external storage media, which are not read or writeable to the server. When you set up ESXi hosts or when ESXi host fails to start, the media is probably not mounted as an NTFS partition which means that the media cannot be accessed to access the data. NTFS file system is used for data volumes, and to re-format a volume you must mount the volume to a partition file system, usually NTFS.
Release Workstation with VMFS 5 cannot boot with LAMP configuration Today, I've tried to install VMware Workstation on a virtual machine (virtualbox), with a distribution which uses the LAMP stack as base. I tried for several methods:
Configure the boot file controller (BC) VRAM size as M and the ESXi host memory size as M as follows: Use the /vmware-vmci file in the VMCA root CA as the boot file controller VRAM size. You can update the boot configuration via the GUI or the vSphere CLI or the command line. For more information, see https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2145559 .
VMware vCenter Server Appliance database root passwords We recommend storing the root password string and the name of the database in a secure environment. This helps prevent accidental access to the datastore holding the key vault and other files. You can change the root password for the database in later versions of VMware vCenter Server Appliance. 7211a4ac4a