After VMware released vSphere 6.7 Update 1 all want to install it. But many of them didn’t check the interoperatibility with, for example, the backup software. So… Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 U3 not supports vSphere 6.7 Update 1.
The problem is in a small API change with big impact. There is a workaround for all of the early updaters to get your broken backups work again.
VMware reports an error where the tmpfs partition on NSX 6.3.6 and NSX 6.4.1 could run out of space. The file /run/vmware/vshield/cmdOut/ha.cid.Out grows up and fills the temporary file system completly.
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.
VMware released a patch for the CBT bug.
VMware ESXi 6.0, Patch ESXi600-201511401-BG: Updates esx-base (2137546)
The VMware Labs engineers built a fling to migrate a vCenter Server installed on a Windows Server to the vCenter Server Appliance.
For me the greatest limitation is that Windows Server 2012 a higher isn’t supported yet. Because of “winexe-bug” the migration appliance could not get the data from the source machine. William Lam told me that the engineers know about this issue and hopes that it would be fixed soon.
For all of you who could not wait… maybe I’ve a workaround.