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My first time – German VMUG UserCON 2016 Review

The German VMUG UserCON 2016 is over. My first time ever attending a VMUG User Conference. One day full of information, updates and networking. VMware invited the vExperts to fill the “vExpert Corner” with life and give UserCON attendees the chance to ask questions to solutions they want to implement and with this combined pitfalls they don’t want to fall over it.
So, I followed the invitation and was at the vExpert Corner, but also visit some sessions…

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ESXi 6.0.0 Update 2 – HTML5 WebClient is here!

On March 15th VMware has released the Update 2 for vSphere 6.

The VMware Host Client is one cool new feature of the ESXi update. HTML5 based and used for configuring standalone ESXi Host. You can also configure vCenter controlled ESXi Host, but there are often better ways with the central vSphere Web Client.

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*FIXED* – ESXi 6.0 and 6.0 U1 – CBT Bug creates inconsistent incremental VM backups

VMware acknowledged a known issue (KB2136854) within ESXi 6.0 and 6.0 U1. CBT looses the information of I/Os during snapshot consolidation. The main backup isn’t affected but all data written during the consolidation task are missed.

ALL CBT incremental backups are potentially affected.

VMware currently has no resolution.

Update 25.11.2015:

VMware released a patch for the CBT bug.

VMware ESXi 6.0, Patch ESXi600-201511401-BG: Updates esx-base (2137546)

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Get firmware versions of installed hardware in ESXi

Before you upgrade your ESXi 5.5 Server to the new version of ESXi 6.0, you have to check the support status of your hardware and the requirements of firmware and driver versions.

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Upgrade standalone ESXi 5.5x to 6.0

To apply updates to a standalone host you have to do some steps with putty and the esx command line, because vCenter Server and Update Manger are missing in this case.

It is also possible to do a complete upgrade within putty and esx command line.

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