Recovering virtual hard disk space in VMware server

by | Nov 26, 2014

ETIQUETAS: Tips | VMware-en

Today we bring you an interesting article that explains how to clean up snapshot files to free disk space in VMware server. This tip may result very useful for those who are looking for a way to recover some virtual hard disk space and are frustrated with how much space the virtual machines demand.

The expert Andrew Kutz offers some ideas for removing a snapshot chain in VMware Server: VMware Server how-to: Clean up snapshot files to free disk space



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