So I knew I would be safe from this upgrade bug: VUM4.1 ONLY installs to a 64-bit OS.Apparently, VUM 4.1 although requiring a 64-bit OS, is actually a 32-bit application, but as such requires a 32-bit DSN. It’s actually quite difficult to know if your DSN is 32 or 64 bit.This method is appropriate for deployments with a small number of hosts.The installer works the same as for a fresh installation, but if you select a target disk that already contains an from a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, or by specifying a preboot execution environment (PXE) for the installer.2016-04-04TZ esxupdate: vmware.runcommand: INFO: runcommand called with: args = '['/sbin/esxcfg-advcfg', '-q', '-g', '/User Vars/Esximage Net Retries']', outfile = 'None', returnoutput = 'True', timeout = '0.0'.2016-04-04TZ esxupdate: vmware.runcommand: INFO: runcommand called with: args = '['/sbin/esxcfg-advcfg', '-q', '-g', '/User Vars/Esximage Net Rate Limit']', outfile = 'None', returnoutput = 'True', timeout = '0.0'.
2016-04-04TZ esxupdate: Metadata.pyc: INFO: Unrecognized file in Metadata file 2016-04-04TZ esxupdate: downloader: DEBUG: Downloading /tmp/tmp Kfd I64...
Only the 'stand-alone' servers to the virtual Center). Thank you For scanning and remediation Update Manager works with the following versions of ESX/ESXi.
My question is, with the Update Manager 4.0, I'll still be able to push the update to the servers of esx3.5? For the machine virtual patching operations, Update Manager works with ESX 3.5 and ESX 3i version and subsequent versions 3.5 and later versions.
The upgrade of v Center itself went relatively smoothly.
My previous installation used a 32-bit DSN for both v Center and VMware Update Manager.