I just attended the Technical Deep Dive on Host Profiles (VM3433). I learned a couple of interesting things that I’d not seen before:
- Only 1 profile can be applied per cluster.
- Logging on the host is to the file “pyVmomiserver.log”
- Things not covered by Host Profiles are:
- vDS policy configuration (however you can do non-policy vDS stuff)
Unfortunately there isn’t much documentation on Host Profiles at the moment, however the speakers promised a Whitepaper would be delivered soon. I’ll post a link if I can get hold of it.
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