How to Add Padding and Border to Images in WordPress

TinyMCE Advanced

Since the release of WordPress 3.9 the advanced options for images are gone. It’s no longer possible to use the previous options which allowed to put margins and padding, or image border. In the old version you click on an image, click advanced settings and here you go, you can edit image properties – border, vertical space, […]

How-to check Queue Depth Of Storage Adapter or Storage Device

queues-vmware

My VSAN lab uses Dell h310 with queue depth 25. A low VM count with low contention should be fine. I know, but they were on VMware HCL and they were cheap on eBay. While the adapters works out of the box, they had an issue – deactivating one memory channel, which I solved. Recently I found […]

Trust Relationship Between Workstation and Domain Fails – fix without double reboot

trust

Usually it can hapend after restore operation. You restore an older VM and the Windows VM can’t authenticate with the domain because the Trust Relationship between workstation and domain fails. You can see a nice error saying that “The Trust Relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed”. It can also happens if you restore […]

How-to Change or Disable Session Timeout in LogInsight

How-to Change or disable LogInsight default timeout session

VMware has released Loginsight 2.0 product last week. As I’m testing the product in my lab I was looking on How-to Change or Disable Session Timeout in LogInsight. If not, I think it’s like 30 min by default or something like that. You can do it similar way that I did it in vCOPS where […]

How-to safely change from LSI logic SAS into VMware Paravirtual

How-to safely change from LSI Logic SAS to VMware Paravirtual

VMware Paravirtual adapters were introduced back in 4.x and at the beginning there were some concerns. There were some issues if used with virtual machines that didn’t do a lot of IOPS, but that was resolved in vSphere 4.1. Otherwise PVSCSI offers 12% improvement in throughput at 18% less CPU. Today we’ll see how-to safely change virtual […]

By default VSAN does not show any VM storage policies – How to create them

Enable VM Storage Policies

When I finally accomplished my “homebrewed” VSAN cluster by checking “activate VSAN” check box and manually associated the locally attached disk drives into the disk groups, I thought that’s it, VSAN is up and running. True, but after migrating few VMs to the newly created VSAN datastore I thought hey, there should be some storage […]