VMWare ESX4 and ESX3.5: SCSI timeout For Linux Guest

Recently, I noticed that the timeout values differ on CentOS v5.x and RHEL Linux 5.x guests on VMWare ESX4 and ESX3.5. I’ve notices that older ESX 3.5 set a 60 secs timeout and ESX4.x set to 180 secs. Luckly you can fix it easily: Edit /etc/udev/rules.d/99-vmware-scsi-udev.rules, # vi /etc/udev/rules.d/99-vmware-scsi-udev.rules Sample […]

Recovering Corrupted VMware Disk Images

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Vmware Linux Guest Add a New Hard Disk Without Rebooting Guest

As a system admin, I need to use additional hard drives for to provide more storage space or to separate system data from user data. This procedure, adding physical block devices to virtualized guests, describes how to add a hard drive on the host to a virtualized guest using VMWare […]