The new version of the Community Networking Driver for ESXi has fixed the issue when using Intel vPro. PSOD could occur if the KVM connection is active during the boot process. Now it is possible to install and boot the ESXi via KVM.Continue reading
There are several reasons why a replacement of the vSAN Witness could be necessary. Migration from HW Witness to a VM, replacement of a faulty Witness or like it was in my case upgrade of the Witness host to the actual version.Continue reading
After upgrading my production vCSA from 6.0 to 6.5 U1d, the “Scan for Updates” always runs in an unknown error. Before the upgrade everything works fine and the upgrade of the vCSA was easy to and finished without any error.
After some research and logfile analyzing I found two solutions.
I’m using vSAN within my Homelab. In this post I explain the update (replacement) of the vSAN Witness Appliance. An update is a replacement in fact. You power up a new Witness Appliance, configures it, disable the Stretched Cluster and reconfigure this one with the new Witness.
Sounds to easy? But it is…
This little post describes the deployment of the vSAN Witness Appliance.