virtech
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There was a post on here about setting this up which I dont see it anymore, it may have been an external link to another website.

Anyone know?

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wila
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I think you are talking about this one...

http://virtrix.blogspot.com/2007/03/vmware-autopatching-your-esx-host.html

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wila
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I think you are talking about this one...

http://virtrix.blogspot.com/2007/03/vmware-autopatching-your-esx-host.html

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vmmeup
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That rocks wish I had found it sooner. I just spent a week patching my servers....does it do the auto re-boots that some of the patches kick off, or does it wait until they are all installed?

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wila
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Haven't used it myself yet as have a working alternative, but looking at the source, in particular this bit:

$cmdUpdate = "esxupdate -n -r http://:8082/ESX-$item update";

system($cmdUpdate);

has the -n parameter so it waits until all are installed.

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