VMware reports multiple storage vulnerabilities in vCenter and Cloud Foundation. Versions of vCenter 7.0 and 8.0 and Cloud Foundation 4.x and 5.x are affected.Continue reading
The years of using vRealize Log Insight with the “Free for 25 OSI license” are over. All new versions of vRealize Log Insight have to be licensed with purchased licenses. But with the release of vCenter Server 6.7 there is one thing more you have to look at.Continue reading
To update your VCSA follow the steps below. The pictures maybe show different version numbers, but I’ve tested it with the listed versions.
- VCSA 6.7.0 (126.96.36.19900 Build 8217866)
- VCSA 6.7.0a (188.8.131.5200 Build 8546234)
- VCSA 6.7.0b (184.108.40.20600 Build 8832884)
- VCSA 6.7.0c (220.127.116.1100 Build 9232925)
This week VMware released the Update b for VCSA 6.7.0.
With this update VMware fixes a security issue regarding the hypervisor-assisted guest mitigation of CVE-2018-3639 for guest operating systems
The full information about the vCenter updates can be found here:
VMware vCenter Server 6.7.0b Release Notes
Version: vCenter Server 6.7.0b (18.104.22.16800)
How to update the VCSA can be found here:
The last days VCSA 6.7.0a gets GA. In this post I want to show the upgrade from VCSA 6.5 U1 to VCSA 6.7.0 (not a). In my other post (Update VCSA 6.7) I’ve made the update from 6.7.0 to 6.7.0a.
First thing to know is, there is no support to upgrade from 6.5 U2 to 6.7.0! So, if you are planning to update your existing VCSA 6.5 to Update 2 you have to wait for the (maybe) VCSA 6.7 Update 1 to migrate to 6.7.
For example there is also no support from Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 3 for vSphere 6.7 (www.veeam.com) Support will come with the next update.
(26thJun18 Veeam B& R 9.5 Update 3a is availiable)
VMware has made an KB article with important information before upgrade (kb.vmware.com)
Now lets start with the upgrade