Why do I want to compile the latest source code if I can download the OCC package in the ownCloud site? Well, this begins with an issue in the OCC version 1.5.1 regarding high CPU usage on Mac, which luckily was solved a few hours ago according to this GitHub issue “FSEvents watcher fixes” and basically solves: Continue reading How to compile the latest ownCloud client on Mac OSX Mavericks
In my post REPORTING VMWARE VCENTER INVENTORY USING PYSPHERE – VCTR_REPORT.PY said I was working in a new script which had the main purpose of showing which Virtual Machines did not have VMware Tools installed, however I took another path to get this accomplished.
Continue reading Reporting VMware Tools version installed with vmwaretools_report.py
Taking advantage of the powerful pysphere, I have written another script to manage, in a basic manner, Virtual Machine Snapshots from command line. It comes really handy for those who prefer command line instructions than pointing and clicking, or even through the ugly PowerCLI. Continue reading Managing VMware Virtual Machine snapshots with snapshot_tools.py