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APD (all-paths-down) and PDL (permanent device loss) conditions

APD (all-paths-down) and PDL (permanent device loss) conditions: VMware vSphere: Advanced Storage Configuration and Administration
APD (all-paths-down) and PDL (permanent device loss) conditions: VMware vSphere: Advanced Storage Configuration and Administration

Rick Crisci explains all paths fown (APD) and permanent device loss (PDL) conditions, and what responses can be configured in vSphere High Availability using Virtual Machine Component Protection (VMCP).

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Skill Level Intermediate
3h 42m
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Network Administration Virtualization IT ESXi vSphere

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