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Archive for March 20th, 2015

Home Labs made easier with VSAN 6.0 + USB Disks | virtuallyGhetto

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/03/20

Interesting; steps can be found inĀ Home Labs made easier with VSAN 6.0 + USB Disks | virtuallyGhetto:

Disclaimer: This is not officially supported by VMware and should not be used in Production or evaluation of VSAN, especially when it comes to performance or expected behavior as this is now how the product works. Please use supported hardware found on the VMware VSAN HCL for official testing or evaluations.

For a VSAN home lab, using cheap consumer USB-based disks which you can purchase several TB’s for less than a hundred dollars or so and along with USB 3.0 connectivity is a pretty cost effective way to enhance hardware platforms like the Apple Mac Mini and Intel NUCs.

–jeroen

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