I installed Windows server standard 2012 with Hyper V role on a box running an Asus Sabertooth Tz77 with an intel I7 3770 running at 3.5 ghz and a realtek gigabit network card and 16 gig of Ram.
Windows on the host load fast and work fine until I start to create the virtual machines and fire it up. First VM is a domain controller running windows 2012 standard and I assign 4 gig of ram. Second one is running SQL 2005 and it has 4 gig of ram assign. And the 3th one has IIS with an application that run under Asp 2.0 sp1.
When all those VM are on everything goes sloooooow on all the VM.
One at the time is Ok but not all 3.
I run the exact same VM on a server before with less ram and processor power than this one. The only diference was that it was under win 2008 hyper V not 2012.
What can be different on 2012 that slow it down so much?
Recently I have fixed file server permission issues for one of my client. The client has 1800 users and one Windows Server 2008 R2 domain joined file server with 12 TB of data, 250+ shared folders and the folder structure i…
Giving access to ESXi shell console is always an issue for IT departments to other Teams, or Projects. We need to find a way so that teams can use ESXTOP for their POCs, or tests without giving them the access to ESXi host shell console with a root …
In this Micro Tutorial viewers will learn how they can get their files copied out from their unbootable system without need to use recovery services. As an example non-bootable Windows 2012R2 installation is used which has boot problems.
In this episode Don builds upon the troubleshooting techniques by demonstrating how to properly monitor a vSphere deployment to detect problems before they occur. He begins the show using tools found within the vSphere suite as ends the show demonst…