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I attempted what was suggested but I get an error for attempting to convert the vmx here:
c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware OVF Tool>ovftool --allowAllExtraConfig --extraConfig:monitor_control.pseudo_perfctr=TRUE --extraConfig:timeTracker.forceMonotonicTTAT=TRUE --extraConfig:monitor_control.disable_tsc_offsetting=TRUE --extraConfig:monitor_control.disable_rdtscopt_bt=TRUE "C:\7 mode\vsim_netapp-7m 8-2-1\DataONTAP.vmx" Error: OVF Package is not supported by target: - Line -1: Unsupported value 'monitor_control.disable_rdtscopt_bt' for attribute 'key' on element 'ExtraConfig'. - Line -1: Unsupported value 'monitor_control.disable_tsc_offsetting' for attribute 'key' on element 'ExtraConfig'. - Line -1: Unsupported value 'monitor_control.pseudo_perfctr' for attribute 'key' on element 'ExtraConfig'. - Line -1: Unsupported value 'timeTracker.forceMonotonicTTAT' for attribute 'key' on element 'ExtraConfig'.
Would anyone be able to advise on how I can get vsim 7m running?
However, I have managed to have the simulator running by installing VMware Workstation Player and from here you just select "Open Virtual Machine" and point to the " DataONTAP.vmx" after you extract the .tgz, than .tar archives.
To have it run on eSXI, I assume you just need to upload all the files to a datastore and register the virtual machine.