The following commands show how to create the workspace: Afterwards, set the GOPATH environment variable to point to the new workspace.
The best approach to this is to set it in the .profile file under your home directory.
Nonetheless if you are a skilled Windows admin working on a large environment, it could be good for you to learn some/most of them to increase your efficiency on the long term.
Just to confirm, you can still run ESXi from a USB memory stick in the ML110 G6 which in turn can access VMs over an i SCSI connection to a NAS or SAN device – it’s just the local disk controller that doesn’t work with ESX(i).
The following table (click to visit the HP site) provides a summary of the various ML110 G6 servers: With the increased range of devices now on the VMware ESX/ESXi compatibility list the news is good for the ML110 G6 with both the CPU and Network Adapter being on the list.
Although the actual ML110 G6 is not on the ESX/ESXi systems compatibility list it will still work ok at least as far as the CPU and NIC are concerned.
First of all you need to know that the key component in the process is a VM Agent.
This VM Agent is a set of lightweight software components running within the OS (be it Windows or Linux) of an Azure VM and that are presented as an extension in your VM configuration.