Summary: Work on Windows or a Mac, don't cross the streams unless you're up against Gozer. Details: I made a CSV file using Excel 2011 for Mac w/ that looked something like this: HeaderName, HeaderName2, HeaderName3, HeaderName4 Meh, super.meh.local, space, heckling Sigh, super.meh.local, space, bashing Saving this as a "Comma Separated Values" file was my first mistake cause when I tried to import this in Powershell, I would get the following super helpful error: import-csv : The member "super.meh.local" is already present To boil it down, I needed to save the CSV as a "Windows Comma Separated" csv file type. The other method was that I could have placed quotes around all comma separated values via a text editor.
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Summary: This appears to occur under very specific circumstances. There is a KB and it is also noted Log Insight's troubleshooting section of their documentation. Rather than regurgitate all the same information is here is the gist: Occurs when log insight services are restarted Affects ESXi 5.0.x/5.1.x when using TCP and 5.0 U1 and earlier over UDP. Does not affect 5.0 U2 and newer when using UDP. Here is the table: Communication Protocol Affected ESXi Version TCP ESXi 5.0.x ESXi 5.1.x UDP ESXi 5.0 and 5.0 U1