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Yes you can revert to the snapshot. If the vpxd doesnt come up he havent upgrade the vpxa and fdm on the hosts. So i cant see a problem there as long your SSO/PSC was from typ embedded.
Yes you can setup a new fresh 6.5u2x vCenter and adding your Host to it
- Dont to it if you have VDI, NSX,VSAN or similar on top of vCenter in the past
- Check if there is a minumum 5.5 version for the Hosts
- You have to repoint your Backup solution. The backup will see most likely new VM identities and will start with new checkpoints
- After adding all Hosts i suggest to place one in MM and remove them from vCenter and than add it again. Do it for the others all so
I have do this for a lot of Essentials Plus customer where they have an old windows based vCenter and we install VCSA from Scratch rather than updating.
Thank you for your prompt response on this. I have got your points. Will give a try and let you know how it goes. Thanks a lot !
The upgrade was successful ! Below is the DNS issue which we came across during the upgrade validation process. We had to make sure the DNS records have configured correctly. Although, VMware would let you proceed with skipping this warning. But, you will face troubles when accessing the vSphere web client landing page.