I loaded ESXi 4.1 on the entire RAID 1.
I've deployed a couple 2008r2 VM's (2-3cpu/ 6-8GB ram/ 50gb storage) all properly vlan'd.
I've deployed a VM from within to run Vcenter.
I've setup a couple 2008R2 VM templates.
Honestly the setup was pretty straightforward for being my first out of the box setup.
I need opinions of wrong steps or advice in general.
- I'm concerned with bottlenecks.
- The majority of the VMs will be a type of terminal server for a nComputing solution. I've heard that the IOPS could be an issue?
- My "Deploy VM from Template" is painfully slow. Like 3-4hrs to deploy a single vm.
- The VMs are running well so far under lite testing.
- Final VM count will hopefully be 8-10.
Before I unleash into full production are there any tips you have?
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