I also ran into some problems. This was in a 4U with all fans active during testing too. So, I thought I would put together a quick, easy, clear guide to save others the hassle of going through what I went through. I knew right away it was the LSI card sounding off due to a hard drive failure. If i do a warm reboot however, the card then is not seen by ESXi. Once you have connected to your host via SSH, do the following:.
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VMware Compatibility Guide – I/O Device Search
Leave a Reply Cancel reply. I have been trying to get this to working on ESXi 6. This morning I got an email from the datacenter that informed me of a loud alarm coming from one of my servers. Partner Verified and Supported Products.
Comments Please enter comment. Also, make sure you are in Maintenance Mode. I also noticed during a cold reboot, the BIOS goes through it’s process and then the SAS card will boot and recognize the hard drives on the card. My take-away, if you see a Lenovo server on your horizon, run away! I also vmwae people who have Avago, which is Megaraid now as well, is there a different install scenario for Avago?
Unfortunately it did not work lwi me. Restart, does it work?
VMware Compatibility Guide
The team monitoring your feedback cannot respond to the questions about installation, version compatibility, customer support, or any issue not related to the vCG site infrastructure and usability. As a brief recap: If not then vmwaree not heat, if so it’s heat. Jul 17, Messages: The vm running MSM can ping the host with no issue.
Once finished, you can 4k your SSH window and reboot the server. Feb 15, Messages: IMHO worth a quick check. New Adaptec but VMware can’t format it?
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I have vmware 6. You will need to have the following items: The hardware is old and we have some plans for a site refresh in the near future, so until then we will continue to limp along.
Vmware warm reboot and lsi 9211-8i not seen by ESXi 6.0
Hey all, so I just followed this guide to a T, I can see the host in the list and it shows the health as optimal, however when I go to actually login it goes to the next screen and just sits there with a large grey circle spinning in the middle and never loads the details, after closing out and reopening then it doesnt discover the host for a few and then picks back up on it but is the same thing, I have verified the firewall is disabled in the host and the vm and the entries in the host file.
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Dec 31, Messages: I think the OP is saying that on a cold reboot it shows up in the passthrough section while on a warm reboot it does not. Everything was working great until I changed the NIC that was assigned to the vswitch attached to the management network was. Its a fairly painless process, if you have the right information and steps at 9121.
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