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Before you can use this baseleine for a dedicated host or cluster we have to attach it.
In the next window select your drivers and add them to the field below. Well, Helvick’s answer is right. Post as a guest Name. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The firmware update did the trick. Your email address will not be published.
Device vmnic0 not yet opened vmkernel. Now you can see, that the following drivers are broaccom to your patch repository as a Host Extension:. You can also include only one or more dedicated drivers to this baseline if you want: You should keep this in mind.
Same firmware and driver. Does anybody have a clue about this? Following NICs are affected:.
Trouble with Broadcom NetXtreme II and VMware ESXi
Thanks in advance, Lemmy. He also links to a customer advisory from HP. Now we have to create a new Baseline that includes the new added driver set. I have several of them, and they are both cheap and efficient. The destination host is not compatible with the hardware version to which the VM is scheduled to be upgraded.
VMware ESXi – IO Devices not certified for upgrade |
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. They make a good choice, as they have good performance, and are significantly cheaper than a full hardware iSCSI initiator like a QLogic C. As my friend told “Intel NIC is usually the preference”.