PowerCLI to get Virtual to Physical CPU Ratio
I was in a meeting today, and was asked, “What is the current virtual to physical CPU ratio?” I didn’t have an answer for this question, so I asked PowerCLI for the answer.
(get-cluster $ClusterName | Get-vm | Where Powerstate -eq “PoweredOn” | Measure NumCpu -sum).sum / (((Get-cluster $ClusterName | Get-vmhost).extensiondata.summary.hardware | Measure -Property numCpuCores -Sum).sum)
This will be a handy script that can be ran rather quickly. … Continue reading
To XML install or not to XML install
For as long as I know, I have used PowerShell to install Internet Information System (IIS). The method of which I use PowerShell to install the features have changed, but its still PowerShell.
Originally I was given an XML file that was generated, and I would use that to install the features, but once my scripting skills advanced I learned that there were other ways to do it. … Continue reading
What’s your (host)name?
While digging through Log Insight on a problem, I found a new one. A large majority of VMhosts were not configured with a proper hostname. This was also backup by the vCheck report that gets generated weekly. The hosts were configured with ‘localhost’ as the hostname, which makes this a huge pain when trying to follow the logs.… Continue reading