Tag Archive: vSphere Management Assistant

Jan 15

Adding a /workspace Disk to the vSphere Management Assistant (vMA)

The vMA is deployed with a single 3 GB disk with about 1 GB available after deployment. This post walks through adding a disk to the vMA appliance to provide additional storage for scripts, logs, VIBs, iso, backups, etc.

Jul 18

Saving a custom resxtop configuration

The resxtop utility can be run from the vSphere Management Assistant (vMA). The resxtop utility is used to monitor CPU, memory, network, and disk utilization of vSphere ESX/i hosts. There are a many different fields that can be displayed for each resource. When monitoring or troubleshooting a resource it is often helpful to only display …

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