I love really appreciate Zabbix. Since I am working with Zabbix for quite some time now, I’m eager to test new releases, which I do. The most simple way is to grab the appliance from the main repo and swing it into WMware workstation (or Virtualbox for that matter).
As I know the boys and girls at Zabbis SIA are really doing there best, I have noticed some bugs configuration errors which really are annoying. Within this post I will summarize what I have found within the nice Zabbix appliances and hopefully will help you on your own Zabbix way. Continue reading Zabbix Appliance Glitches→
It’s been there already for a while. I wonder why I didn’t play with it much sooner, mmm. But then, it is never too late to learn something new.
As Openstack seems to be very complex to set up, Openstack now offers a way to easily build your own lab environment, just for the fun of it. Well, I fired up my Vmware Workstation and gave it try.
This document is basically a translation of a dozen of howto’s I came across and indeed got me a working Openstack instance. The goal is to build a 4 node Openstack test lab and here’s how I did it. Continue reading Testing OpenStack for the very first time – Part 1 – Installation→
A year ago I posted a way to add more disks to the Netapp Simulator in 7-Mode (well, Peter did that in fact, just copied the post for my own reference). Soooo,.what I missed was to add additional disks to the other simulator, namely the C-mode.
Fire up your virt tool and do the following:
Part 1: Obtaining the SIM
1.1: Download the CDOT 8.2 SIM from http://support.netapp.com > Downloads > Product Evaluations > Data ONTAP Simulator > Simulator 8.x > 8.2 Clustered-ONTAP for VMware Workstation
1.2: Unpack the downloaded vsim_netapp-cm.tgz
1.3: Open the DataONTAP.vmx file with VMware Workstation