shayrulah
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PSOD during ESXI 6.7 U1 patching

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Hello,

During update from ESXI 6.7 (9484548) to 6.7 (10764712) I have received PSOD on most of the host after the reboot. I have tried with Update manager and manual update and both tries gave this error message. Can anyone has any ideas?


Thank's in advance.

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shayrulah
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Issue was caused by old Intel NVME drivers. After update of the drivers PSOD was no longer caused.

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hello,

can you share the hardware model please. and did you check the compatibility of your hardware with 6.7  using the vmware compatibility guide?

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shayrulah
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Hi,

HW details are as below:

Model : HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9

CPU Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20GHz

Disk: Local NVMe Disk (t10.NVMe____INTEL_SSDPEDMX020T7

GPU: Nvidia Tesla M10

I have checked the compatibility and all is covered.

BR

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Which update are you using to go this version? (10764712). You are now on version ESXi 6.7 EP 03 (9484548).

I recommend to update to version ESXi 6.7 EP 04 (10176752) or ESXi 6.7 U1 (10302608)

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shayrulah
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I was updating from 9484548 to 10302608 and during the reboot this PSOD showed up.

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please share the vmkernel log.


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shayrulah
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Issue was caused by old Intel NVME drivers. After update of the drivers PSOD was no longer caused.

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