Posts Tagged ‘TheVESI’

Virtualization EcoShell 1.2.6 released

Vizioncore just released the newest version of the vEcoShell (Virtualization EcoShell). As a user and developer of VMware PowerCLI scripts I almost use the vEcoShell on a daily basis. The amazing thing about the vEcoShell is that you don’t need any scripting experience to use PowerCLI scripts and examples found on the web. If you [...]

PowerCLI: Reset CPU and Memory Limits

Today I noticed a memory limit on a vm. After investigating my environment using the vEcoShell and the Community PowerPack, I found more vms with memory limits set. It turned out that there was a template which had the limit set. I could easily reset all limits using the GUI, but I thought I rather do it [...]

The VESI – Getting it up and running

On April 8th we had a very good DutchVMUG meeting, which was totally dedicated to using PowerCLI and The VESI (Virtualization EcoShell Initiative). Although setting up the environment is straightforward, I wanted to do a small write-up which leads you through the install process and includes all download links needed.
Installation Overview
The complete setup of the [...]