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ZFS Solaris: set vmxnet 3?

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Hi,

I installed vmware tools on Solaris.
Can I change the network to vmxent3/does this work correctly?

J.
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Yes, it works correctly, when you change to VMXNET3, you will see the interface speed is set to 10GBe. (as opposed to 1GBe with the E1000).

Make sure you install VMware Tools first.

VMware Tools build 9.0.0 build 782409 is now working with Oracle Solaris 11
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