albatros99
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Here the error message on vcenter 7.02 last edition

Host cannot download files from VMware vSphere Lifecycle Manager patch store. Check the network connectivity and firewall setup, and check esxupdate logs for details.

What can i do?

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sjesse
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 If your refering to 7.0 update 2, it was pulled because of this bug

 

https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/83063

 

you can still download the ISO if you want, but its not avaialble via LCM

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albatros99
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i don't speak from vcenter 7.0U2, only from vcenter 7.0.2.00000 Build 17694817, new since any days, also vsphere 7.02, esxi and vcenter is new

ok? No problem with installation

i have ccess the ESXi host through the Remote Management Console (HPE ILO) and no problems by update, as in your link.

I have problem updating with lifecyle manager to update also esxi 6.7U3 server

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bryanvaneeden
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Not sure what you mean here, but you cannot import any lower versions into Lifecycle Manager like it was with vSphere Update Manager. It will upload and look like it worked, but it's not there and it failed.

 

If you want to upgrade 6.7 U3 to 7, you should be able to do this with a vSphere 7 Image.

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albatros99
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sorry,

i have one esxi-server with vsphere 6.7U3, Server is to old for vsphere 7 and

           one esxi-server (new hardware) with vsphere 7.02 for future and

           one vcenter 7.0.2 installed on the esxi 7 and

          the two esxi are attached to this one vcenter

i mean that must be possible to administrate this 2 servers, also for updates, with this on vcenter 7.

Correct or not?

 

 

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bryanvaneeden
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You can administer patches to the 6.7 host. You probably have to seperate the clusters if you have activated LCM for the cluster though.

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