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    you just always seem to pick fights with me and it's exhausting. You always presume the worse. I'm sorry your perfect, I aim to be real and in-perfect.

    But what I've tried to do is be more humbled that some people do think they are perfect, so I accept this fact. But your right I don't know everything, nor do I want too, because when you know everything, your ego is larger than life and what's the fun in that?
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    Bro you don't have to lie to kick it. It's obvious you don't know much about storage networking so why pretend like you do?
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    I said I would bite... after 2-3 people already were being critical of the stuff you said. Instead of responding to everyone, you called me out saying you better watch your wording because *I* was around. Great way to distract though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lostindaylight View Post
    Bro you don't have to lie to kick it. It's obvious you don't know much about storage networking so why pretend like you do?
    I'm not even pretending, but what everyone always presumes with my wording is that it's face valued, and not mixed up.

    I'll never admit to know everything, what I will fight for is when people try to undermine my character based on my disability. This isn't the 1st time I've mentioned this.

    @iBrokeIT - yes I'm sorry this always happens, no one has yet to grasp my disability. Dunno why.
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    Its real simple Deathmage. If your going to tell us about your network on a technical forum, be technically accurate. Im not a storage engineer. I run iSCSI between my ESXi hosts. Its storage over IP. All i need to know. IF you are the leas technical engineer at an MSP, you should be able to articulate technical information easily to technical people. IF you were the lead engineer on my project, I would be requesting someone else does it. im not sure "lead" is the title for you. FB it says technical sales engineer, which means your in pre sales. IM in post sales, engineering, i have to make presales solutions work. So dont create designs that will make engineers dislike you. Looking out for you man, think before you type
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    Oh man sorry for the FCoE comment, didn't mean to make everyone go down this rabbit hole. Ya vsan is local but the hosts still communicate over some type of network which is why i made the joke about the protocol. It's his home lab so do what you want, FCoE is going away with what I'm seeing in the market for storage fabric (cisco will probably disagree).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathmage View Post
    you just always seem to pick fights with me and it's exhausting. You always presume the worse. I'm sorry your perfect, I aim to be real and in-perfect.

    But what I've tried to do is be more humbled that some people do think they are perfect, so I accept this fact. But your right I don't know everything, nor do I want too, because when you know everything, your ego is larger than life and what's the fun in that?
    Trev, she doesn't pick fights with you man. In fact, most people on here are looking after you. We know of the learning disability you have, perhaps proof-reading your posts before hitting the publish button will help? If you've been caught out to be factually incorrect, it's best to admit it than to fluff your way around - this never works out well and in long run might be debilitating to your career. Please know no one, and I can vouch for Katherine, is trying to undermine your ability/character. If you're going to say LACP and storage in the same breath, you will get flamed, simple as that, with or without a disability.
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    Does anyone know where you can replay the Keynote from VMworld EU?

    I couldn't find anywhere they mentioned a release date either. None the less, I just rebuilt my lab last weekend and starting writing a blogpost about deploying VCSA for 6.0u2 and some extra features... I don't even remember seeing the Beta pop up on our vExpert forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kj0 View Post
    Does anyone know where you can replay the Keynote from VMworld EU?
    Right here: VMworld.com: VMworld 2016 Europe
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    My head hurts reading this. What were we talking about again?

    Oh yeah, that's right vSphere 6.5. So glad they are putting VUM into the VCSA. Overall, it looks great
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    Will the VCSA version of VUM still require an external MSSQL database?

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    Will the VCSA version of VUM still require an external MSSQL database?
    Nope, embedded DB
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    wow - haven't been on this forum for months - what happened - used to be such a friendly place.

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    Alright, back on track...

    I must have missed it, what is the estimated release date for 6.5? I'm ready to blow up the home lab and go vSphere 6.5 with VUM on VCSA and Windows Server 2016 DCs.
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    Not sure of an exact date. It's supposed to be Q4 2016
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    I just got updated to 6.0U2 from 5.5, so I'll be holding off on 6.5 for at least 12 months

    I just might bite on the vCSA finally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iBrokeIT View Post
    Alright, back on track...

    I must have missed it, what is the estimated release date for 6.5? I'm ready to blow up the home lab and go vSphere 6.5 with VUM on VCSA and Windows Server 2016 DCs.
    Legally VMware has to release the same quarter it was announced .. So it'll have to be Q4 latest.
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    Already downloaded and will hopefully be sorting out my lab tonight.
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    Upgraded the lab last night, it's pretty kool features.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathmage View Post
    Upgraded the lab last night, it's pretty kool features.
    Which features are you excited about?

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    There are some "interesting" limitation with 6.5. I would hold off on upgrading for a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave330i View Post
    There are some "interesting" limitation with 6.5. I would hold off on upgrading for a bit.
    You mean this limitations:
    https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/mi...rnalId=2147548
    or there is a some other "underwater rocks"?
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