Archive for April, 2014
VMware Call “HostStorageSystem.ComputeDiskPartitionInfo” for object “storageSystem” on ESXi “” failed.0
Call “HostStorageSystem.ComputeDiskPartitionInfo” for object “storageSystem” on ESXi “” failed.
- First add the drives as VMFS3 datastore,
- delete this datastore
- then finally add the drives again as VMFS5 datastore
This will solve the problem.
Windows System Assessment Tool (WinSAT), is still there in Windows 8.1, however. To find your scores, you just need to type a couple of commands from the command line.
- Start a command prompt (run as administrator),
- type “winsat prepop” and press Enter. This will start the benchmark measurement and will store the results as XML files.
- Start Windows Powershell as administrator,
- type “Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_WinSAT” and press Enter. This will analyze the results of the previous created XML files
- Now the scores will be presented in the windows.
- CPUScore is the score for the processors on the PC.
- D3DScore is the score for the 3D graphics capabilities of the PC.
- DiskScore is the score for the sequential read throughput on the system hard disk.
- GraphicsScore is the score for the graphics capabilities of the PC.
- MemoryScore is the score for the memory throughput and capacity of the PC
- WinSPRLevel is the base score, it is just the lowest score of the five categories.