MyCPU is a small and simple utility that displays the type of CPU installed on your system. It shows vendor, type, model, stepping, and speed information and in addition, it scans for features like MMX, 3dnow and SIMD (ISSE). Not only that, it is able to read cache information such as the size of the L1-data and more.
So I used Windows 2008R2 with UNIX services to provide my ISO share to my testlab ESXi server. I upgraded to Windows 2012 doing an in-place upgrade. This broke the configuration and I have been spinning in a circle with no luck, have read blogs, tech articles, and today I finally fixed it. It is good to make a little accomplishment once in a while. On the command line I was getting the following error on the ESXi server when trying to mount the drive: Sysinfo error on operation returned status : The NFS server denied the mount request. Please see the VMkernel log for detailed error information So here it is, this VMware KB article was mostly no help ( http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1004490 ) as it referenced using 2008R2, which I have working with no issue, it was 2012 when the wheels fell off. Then I found this nugget in another KB article, " Ensure the NFS server supports NFSv3 over TCP. ESX/ESXi does not use UDP for NFS. " ( http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1005948 ) Which l