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A guest OS is an operating system that is installed in a virtual machine or disk partition in addition to the host or main OS. In virtualization, a single computer can run more than one OS at the same time. In disk partitioning, a guest OS must be the same as the host OS. In a virtualization solution, a guest OS can be different from the host OS.

Volumes are not eligible for Shadow Copy

Shadow Copies ¬†are possible for almost all volumes and not “all volumes”.¬†There are few cases which the shadow copy may…

Backup Disk : Vss Hardware Provider using Disk Shadow

VSS hardware provider can be initiate and test using DiskShadow Commands Open the Powershell and Enter Diskshadow PS C:\Users\Administrator> diskshadow…

Enable root in ubuntu server 14.04, 14.10

First login to the ubuntu server via terminal or console To gain super user access, enter the following command and…

Backup types – Inconsistent, App consistent, crash consistent

Inconsistent Backup The oldest type of backup probably not consistent. The process of taking the backup was so simple, backup…

Extract host information from within a VM Self configuration and OVF Environment

The OVF in vSphere is not just about deployment and packaging. There is also a runtime part, namely the OVF…

Install VMware Tool in Virtual Ubuntu Guest

VMware Tools is a suite of utilities that enhances the performance of the virtual machine’s guest operating system and improves…

Setup Nested Virtualization ( ESX on ESX ) in VMware ESXi

Nested ESX / Virtualization Nested ESX / Virtualization is the ESX or any hypervisor running as a pseudo-machine, in this…

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