Starting from Zabbix 2.0, there is an┬áhost inventory tab for every host you add to Zabbix. By default, only the OS field get’s populated by System Information on a Windows host┬áthat’s being monitored using the Zabbix agent. However, you can use PowerShell using WMI queries to fill the Host Inventory tab of your Windows hosts […]

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As a VMware vSphere administrator, one of the important things that you should check for on a regular base is active snapshots on your virtual machines. Keeping snapshots for a long time can affect virtual machine performance negatively. Furthermore, your datastore could completely fill up because of rapidly growing active snapshots, resulting in virtual machines […]

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