You may find that Target Disk Mode will allow you to resolve your issue without removing the hard drive.
This will work essentially the same as what @Ronnie-Wong suggested, but with less work. If something is wrong with the Mac, Ronnie's solution will work as long as the drive is good.
IT Service Managment
AWS, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Services
@Daniel-Loyer We re-recorded this course, as we often to, to improve our format and production. You can find the more recent version here https://app.itpro.tv/course/aws-certified-sysops-administrator-associate.
Topics surrounding to VMware vSphere and related products
Hello Adam & Mike,
I just watched your lesson on Identify storage protocols, storage device types. I understand how to add an iSCSI software adapter to an ESXi host and mount the storage. My question is if you have 3 ESXi host in a VMware cluster configuration, what is the correct way to add iSCSI software adapter to the 3 hosts so that the storage is available to all of the hosts in the cluster?
GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Red Hat and others
CompTIA Linux+ (XK0-004)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
LPIC-1 Linux Administrator (102-500) I actually recommend you use both of those distros. Right now, there are two major players in the Linux space: Debian and Red Hat. They both provide you access to the Linux kernel, but they package different tools with it resulting in a different way of doing things. For example, Debian, Ubuntu, and Mint all use AppArmor for application security, whereas RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora use SELinux instead. If you already have a job supporting a particular Linux distro then you can stick with that, but if you are just getting in to Linux you will benefit from learning both ways of doing things.