I read that 64GB RAM was the minimum requirement to run APIC-EM in a VM. I figured that was for a production system and I could get away with much less in a lab.
Does anyone have any experience running it on 32GB RAM? That is the max my motherboard will support. I currently have 16GB and that was just a brutal disk thrashing experience upon booting up - which, of course, I stopped trying after 10 minutes.
I don't want to upgrade to 32GB unless I know I at least have a chance of running it.
Hi, how to execute linux-commands (which are executeable directly in the guestshell) from IOS-XE sample :[guestshell@guestshell ~]$ cat test.txt | grep SmartSmart Licensing Status: Smart Licensing is DISABLED[guestshell@guestshell ~]$ exit ...
Hi Everybody! I am trying to get the configuration from a nexus 9000v virtualized in my home lab, I am always getting this error. Exception has occurred: RPCError
File "C:\4_4 Modernizing_Netwo...
I'm able to pull the topology using the API GEThttps://n.n.n.n/api/node/mo/topology/pod-1.json?query-target=children&target-subtree-class=fabricNode(after authenticating and getting a cookie, of course) But the version field is empty. I don't see...