VMware vSphere: Advanced Troubleshooting Workshop (ATSWS67)

Программа курса

1. Course Introduction

  • Introductions and course logistics
  • Course objectives

2. Troubleshooting Tools

  • Identify the tools available for troubleshooting a vSphere environment
  • Explain the purpose of commonly used vSphere log files
  • Use Linux commands that will assist you with troubleshooting vSphere
  • Use the vim-cmd tool to manage hosts and virtual machines

3. Storage Troubleshooting

  • Review the vSphere storage architecture and functionality necessary to troubleshoot storage problems
  • Use ESXi and Linux commands to troubleshoot storage problems
  • Analyze log file entries to identify the root cause of storage problems
  • Investigate ESXi disk and storage issues
  • Troubleshoot virtual machine snapshots
  • Troubleshoot storage performance problems
  • Troubleshoot storage all paths down and permanent device loss conditions
  • Troubleshoot problems due to file locking on the ESXi host
  • Configuration task: Configure iSCSI multi-pathing

4. Network Troubleshooting

  • Review vSphere virtual switch architecture and functionality necessary to troubleshoot networking
  • problems
  • Use ESXi and Linux commands to troubleshoot networking problems
  • Analyze log file entries to identify the root cause of networking problems
  • Recover from a management network failure
  • Troubleshoot VMware vSphere® vMotion® migration problems
  • Configuration task: Modify network card options and drivers
  • Configuration task: Migrate networking from a standard switch to a distributed switch
  • Monitor the behavior of NIC teaming failover and load balancing
  • Use the command line to isolate and resolve networking failures

5. System Troubleshooting

  • Review virtual infrastructure architecture and functionality necessary to troubleshoot ESXi and vCenter
  • Server problems
  • Analyze log file entries to identify the root cause of virtual infrastructure problems
  • Use the command line to manage and troubleshoot the vSphere virtual infrastructure
  • Analyze virtual machine CPU performance
  • Troubleshoot ESXi host connection problems
  • Troubleshoot virtual machine power-on failures
  • Troubleshoot vCenter Server connection problems
  • Restart ESXi management agents and VMware vCenter® Server Appliance™ services from the command
  • line
  • Perform a file-based backup of vCenter Server Appliance
  • Resolve Solution User certificate problems