Virtual Disk Manager (vmware-vdiskmanager) is a Fusion utility that you can use to create, manage, and modify virtual disk files from the command line or in scripts.Virtual Disk Manager is included when Fusion is installed. With Virtual Disk Manager, you can enlarge a virtual disk so that its maximum capacity is larger than it was when you created it.
· Per the bug reporting instructions, I am reporting this bug here. The vmware-vdiskmanager program embedded inside VMware Fusion.app version 8.1.0 is
· Hi, This comes from the department of a certain developer habit: "badly naming things" Here's a snippet from some developer documentation about the "Phone Home" feature in the Virtual Disk Development Kit. The Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) helps VMware understand what products and
This can be done with vmware-vdiskmanager which is usually found in /Applications/VMware Fusion.app/Contents/Library for VMware Fusion. You first want to defragment then shrink the drive. Usage shown below: $ vmware-vdiskmanager -d /path/to/main.vmdk... $ vmware-vdiskmanager -k /path/to/main.vmdk... » Packaging
Shrinking virtual disks on OSX VMWare fusion via CLI - Shrink_OSX_VirtualDisk.sh
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I'm on Mac 10.6.6 using VM Ware Fusion 3.1.2. I created a Windows 7 image, but when I examine the files that make up the image, there are 21 "extent" files -- e.g. files with names like Windows 7...
· As part of my preparation for next week's WWDC conference, I've been working on ways to build virtual machines using VMware Fusion for testing. In previous years, I have used NetBoot-based solutions to help me with this process. With NetBoot going away though, I've started using bootstrappr as my replacement deployment tool. Bootstrappr is designed…
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macinbox_debug.log I downloaded Mojave from the app store and then attempted to run sudo macinbox; it failed with the above debug log. I'm running Mojave on the host and using VMware Virtual Disk Manager - build 10120384. Relevant bit fr...
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