What you’ll learn
By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
Describe the architectural components of vSAN and their roles
Explain how the components interact with each other
Explain the differences between object and component states
Describe how to use Skyline Health to investigate and help determine failure conditions
Explain how to use the command-line tools to help determine failure conditions
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Who is the course for?
Storage and virtual infrastructure administrators who want to be able to perform initial troubleshooting on their software-defined storage with vSAN.
Course subjects 1. Course Introduction 2. vSAN Architecture
Describe the vSAN architecture and components
Describe the policy-driven, object-based vSAN storage environment
Describe the vSAN software components: CLOM, DOM, LSOM, CMMDS, and RDT
Explain the relationship between objects and components
Determine how specific storage policies affect components
Describe component placement
3. Troubleshooting Methodology 4. Troubleshooting Tools
Discuss VMware Skyline Health and the associated service
Describe the use of VMware Skyline Health to identify and correct problems in VMware vSAN
Apply information presented by vSAN Health online towards problem-solving
Use vsantop to view vSAN performance metrics
Discuss the ways to run commands from the vCenter Server and ESXi command lines
Discuss the ways to access vSphere ESXi Shell
Use commands to view, configure, and manage your vSphere environment
Discuss the esxcli vsan namespace commands
Discuss when to use Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) commands
Explain which log files are useful for vSAN troubleshooting
Use log files to help troubleshoot vSAN problems
read more Prerequisites
Before taking this course, students should take the following courses or have equivalent knowledge and experience:
The course presumes that a student can perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling:
Use VMware vSphere® Client™ for common operations
Create and manage VMware vCenter Server® objects, such as data centers, clusters, hosts, and virtual machines
Create and modify a standard switch
Modify a distributed switch
Create a VMware vSphere® VMFS datastore
Use a wizard or a template to create a virtual machine
Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® vMotion® and VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion®
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