This is a quick powershell script that setups up ESXi Power Policies in all the hosts in a cluster or vCenter.
There are multiple ways of adding extra storage policies and apply them to multiple virtual machines and plenty of VMware documentation and others to show ho...
In our Homelabs, we normally make some “architecture compromises” that add some extra complexity when we need to upgrade it.
In our Homelabs, or even in production environments, we always have some harmless log entries that we would be happy to stop them from filling up our logs.
Following the earlier post PowerCLI - Check MTU size configured in all hosts physical nics of a cluster lets see what more can we do with Get-EsxCli cmdlet.
Nowadays with the quick vSAN and NSX adoption, pushing the MTU configuration out of the 1500 bytes standard is becoming more and more common.