We have upgraded two of a 3 host system (HPE DL360 Gen10) custom image details below, and now we are getting an error for each of the hosts upgraded from vcenter server, *not* the esxi hosts or iLO's (latest update from HPE) though, these are normal. Not sure where the error is.
The custom image was
The alerts we get in vcenter are:
Alarm 'Host hardware sensor state' on
triggered by event 4957468 'Sensor -1 type , Description Intel Corporation C620 Series Chipset Family MROM 0 #17 state assert for . Part Name/Number N/A N/A Manufacturer N/A'
09/18/2019, 5:21:28 PMAlarm 'Host hardware sensor state' on
triggered by event 4957469 'Sensor -1 type , Description Intel Corporation C620 Series Chipset Family MROM 1 #17 state assert for . Part Name/Number N/A N/A Manufacturer N/A'
Running a ssh on one of the systems and looking at the VIB install log we see this:
Acceptance Level: VMwareCertified
Summary: ESXi base system
Description: VMware ESXi is a thin hypervisor integrated into server hardware. The compact, hardware embedded architecture of VMware ESXi raises the bar for security and reliability and lays the foundation for a dynamic, automated datacenter.
Creation Date: 2019-08-05
Depends: vsan >= 6.7.0-3.73, vsan << 6.7.0-3.74, esx-update >= 6.7.0-3.73, esx-update << 6.7.0-3.74
Conflicts: misc-drivers << 5.5.0, native-misc-drivers << 6.1.0
Replaces: esx-xlibs, esx-tboot
Not sure if the error is bad or can be ignored , can somebody advise ?