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]]> <![CDATA[Using powershell to collect the BMC information on each HyperV hosts]]> Wed, 17 May 2017 17:10:56 +0000 Craig Pero I’ve been trying to figure out how to get the BMC information on our hyperV hosts.  There is information I want to put in a report contained there. However, I cannot figure out how to get to that information from powershell. I most certainly could do it manually for all hosts but we have a ton so I’d rather script if possible.

It is a property of the host hardware. See attached screenshot.

Anyone have any experience with this? There is a FIND-SCCOMPUTER cmdlet where you can search by BMC IP address and it is soooo close but there are no methods to get the BMC address.

I attached a screenshot of the Hyper-V properties page where the information is displayed.  I’ve tried numerous searches but either there is nothing out there or I have not used the correct keywords. 🙁


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]]> <![CDATA[Storage Spaces – Scale-out file server]]> Mon, 26 Jan 2015 08:39:44 +0000 Fredrik Ljus Hello,

I dont know if Im posting in the right forum, but this was the closest I could find.

We are setting up an Hyper-V enviroment and we will run WAP.

As HW we use two SOFS servers in a cluster.

And as storage we have 3 jbod enclosures.

in each jbod we have 2 SSD and 10 HDD (total 6 SSD and 30 HDD).


We will run a 3-way mirror, use storagetier, 64KB interleave, enclosure aware.

I read that you should have 2 Storage Pools (one for each cluster node) and in each Storage Pool there should be 2 Virtual Disks.

This will result in 4 Virtual Disks for us.


Because we only have so few SSD’s we will only have Columns = 1 in this setup.

Should we build this way?

Is there any reason to have 2 Storage Pools (one on each cluster node) that is more important then only have one and be able to get more columns?



Fredrik Ljus

]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: How to decide to host on Hyper-V or Azure]]> Mon, 29 Dec 2014 18:45:07 +0000 Pete Zerger The Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit has a report that recommends which VMs may be the best candidates for migration –

]]> <![CDATA[How to decide to host on Hyper-V or Azure]]> Mon, 08 Dec 2014 12:56:41 +0000 Shaun Collins We are having a debate about the best place to host our dev environments – Hyper-V or Azure. Is there any official guidance or criteria available on how to determine the best hosting environment based on our circumstances?

]]> <![CDATA[CPU Wait time per dispatch metric on Hyer-V host]]> Wed, 13 Aug 2014 12:37:03 +0000 Sam Boutros Quick question about a CPU metric for Hyper-V:
Hyper-V Hypervisor Virtual processor\CPU Wait time per dispatch.
This is the time in nanoseconds that a VM waits for the hypervisor before a ready job is scheduled on a the CPU (core).
The question is do you happen to know the threshold value for this metric, above which we should be concerned about CPU needs for the VM?


]]> <![CDATA[Reply To: MVMC 2.0 Production Ready for VMware Migration?]]> Tue, 22 Jul 2014 03:21:10 +0000 No sir, still does not address many complex needs. NetApp MAT4SHIFT is the best solution going I am told.

]]> <![CDATA[MVMC 2.0 Production Ready for VMware Migration?]]> Mon, 21 Jul 2014 20:55:41 +0000 Shaun Collins I tried MVMC 1.0 a few months ago, and found it to be very limited.

Examples include:

  • VMs with multiple disks and NICs were a problem
  • Many versions of the VM Tools were not spotted by the tool

Can anyone confirm that version 2.0 is better?