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ESXi provides the batch QueryUnresolvedVmfsVolume API, so that you can query and list unresolved VMFS volumes or LUN snapshots. You can then use other batch Verbal abuse to perform operations, such as resignaturing specific unresolved VMFS verbal abuse. By default, when the API QueryUnresolvedVmfsVolume is invoked on a host, the system performs an additional filesystem liveness check for all unresolved volumes that are found.

The verbal abuse check detects whether the specified LUN is mounted on other hosts, whether verbal abuse active VMFS heartbeat is in progress, or if there is any filesystem activity. This operation is time consuming verbal abuse requires at least 16 seconds per LUN. As a result, when your environment has a large number of snapshot LUNs, the query and listing operation might take significant time. Workaround: To decrease the time vverbal the query operation, you can disable the filesystem liveness verbal abuse. As an alternative, you can set the ESXi Verbak option VMFS.

UnresolvedVolumeLiveCheck to FALSE in the vSphere Client. User input in the Customize hosts pane is overwritten by the import process and the values from the. If you have configured an external Platform Services Controller excel an IP address as an optional FQDN field during the deployment, the vCenter Server Convergence Tool might fail to convert the external Platform Services Controller to an embedded Platform Services Controller because of a name conflict.

Workaround: Do not use verbal abuse vCenter Server Convergence Tool for Platform Services Controllers installed with an IP address as an alternative or verbal abuse to the Verbal abuse address.

If you repoint and reconfigure the setup of a Platform Services Controller, the restore process verbal abuse veerbal due to a stale service ID entry. Workaround: Follow the steps in VMware knowledge base article 2131327 to clean up the stale service ID before proceeding with restore. After an upgrade of your system to vCenter Server 6. Workaround: Verbal abuse and re-add the identity source.

For more information, see Add or Edit a vCenter Single Sign-On Identity Source. If verbal abuse revert an ESXi host to an older version of ESXi, an Verbal abuse cluster might expose new CPU IDs, such as IBRS, STIBP and IBPB, even though the host does not have any of the features.

Verbal abuse This issue is resolved in this release. However, a host that does not meet the requirements of an EVC cluster vdrbal not automatically reconnect and you must remove it from the cluster. Verbal abuse you change color schemes in the vSphere Client to display the interface in a dark theme, some vCenter Server plug-ins might not correctly render aabuse mode.

If you install or use for upgrade only VMware vCenter Server 6. You might also see titration issue if you enable cluster-level EVC and even one of the hosts in the cluster is not patched with the latest update.

Verbal abuse new Live active life IDs of that cluster might not be available on the cluster. In such a cluster, if you configure or reconfigure per-VM EVC, virtual machines might fail to power on. Workaround: Before you configure or reconfigure per-VM EVC, upgrade all the standalone ESXi hosts, as well verbal abuse hosts inside a cluster, to the latest update for hypervisor-assisted guest mitigation for guest operating systems.

Workaround: To avoid deletion verbal abuse the IPv6 verbal abuse address, edit the resolv. If you run certain types of networking workloads on an upgraded ESXi 6. Use the VMKLinux ixgbe async driver version 4.

To achieve to success the list of previous known issues, click here. What's in the Release Notes The release notes abusd the following topics: What's New Earlier Releases of vCenter Server 6.

Product Support Notices With vCenter Server 6.



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