Great Post on ESXi 4.1

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I was doing some exploring for HA / LDvmotion setup today and I came across this great post on ESXi 4.1 today.

It contains a lot of great information on ESXi 4.1.

I know a lot of you have questions about ESXi 4.1 and I thought I would share it out…

Here’s the link to the post…

http://blog.mvaughn.us/2010/07/13/vsphere-4-1/

The entire blog was really well done and I really liked the links at the end…

  1. KB Article:
    1022842 – Changes to DRS in vSphere 4.1
  2. KB Article:
    1022290 – USB support for ESX/ESXi 4.1
  3. KB Article:
    1022263 – Deploying ESXi 4.1 using the Scripted Install feature
  4. KB Article:
    1021953 – I/O Statistics in vSphere 4.1
  5. KB Article:
    1022851 – Changes to vMotion in vSphere 4.1
  6. KB Article:
    1022104 – Upgrading to ESX 4.1 and vCenter Server 4.1 best practices
  7. KB Article:
    1023118 – Changes to VMware Support Options in vSphere 4.1
  8. KB Article:
    1021970 – Overview of Active Directory integration in ESX 4.1 and ESXi 4.1
  9. KB Article:
    1021769 – Configuring IPv6 with ESX and ESXi 4.1
  10. KB Article:
    1022844 – Changes to Fault Tolerance in vSphere 4.1
  11. KB Article:
    1023990 – VMware ESX and ESXi 4.1 Comparison
  12. KB Article:
    1022289 – Changing the number of virtual CPUs per virtual socket in ESX/ESXi 4.1

 

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