Category: esxcli

  • Using esxtop and sending output logs to CSV

    Continuing from the previous blog about using esxtop to monitor ESXi processes, let’s take a look at how to export esxtop logs to CSV. Here’s the official KB on how to use and leverage export logs to CSV: If you’re wondering how to view syntax and commands, it’s easy, just type “esxtop -h” to […]

  • Use “esxcli software vib” commands in ESXi hosts

    Recently I was asked how to list out all the VIB/drivers installed on an ESXi 7.0 host. This can be easily done with the “esxcli software vib” command. But first, you may ask “what is a VIB?” It’s one of VMware’s many TLA’s (three-letter-acronyms) that stands for vSphere Installation Bundle. Think of it like a […]