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Install and configure Openfiler for ESXi 5.5 shared storage with NFS and iSCSI

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I have configured my VMware Lab,now looking for SAN configuration using open filers ?

Pls advise steps to be followed to install and configure open filer for same ?

also would need data store to be created as ssd enabled, so any other config required for that ?

i have 300 gb space free on my latop [win 8]-where i have configured my VMware lab including 2 Esxi 5.5 host, 2 Vms-1 DC-win 2012,1 VC-Win 2012
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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I would recommend you use AutoLab, it setup a Lab, with Shared Storage, ESXi Servers, and vCenter Server, easily.

see my EE Article

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/VMWare/A_17475-HOW-TO-Set-up-a-lab-environment-for-vSAN-using-VMware-Workstation.html
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Thanks..great help.
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