M4T
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hi community,

if you install patch updates in a vSAN with running VM's i'm assuming the system will update one host at a time and move the VMs so they don't turn off, can i update the hosts with the vms turned on?

matto

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sk84
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Yes. Here you can read what you need to keep in mind:

Remediation Specifics of Hosts That Are Part of a vSAN Cluster

--- Regards, Sebastian VCP6.5-DCV // VCP7-CMA // vSAN 2017 Specialist Please mark this answer as 'helpful' or 'correct' if you think your question has been answered correctly.

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sk84
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Yes. Here you can read what you need to keep in mind:

Remediation Specifics of Hosts That Are Part of a vSAN Cluster

--- Regards, Sebastian VCP6.5-DCV // VCP7-CMA // vSAN 2017 Specialist Please mark this answer as 'helpful' or 'correct' if you think your question has been answered correctly.

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hi Sebastian,

thanks for the quick reply, all hosts updated fine. a quick question instead of waiting forever how can I enable quick boot in the HTML5 vSphere client?

matt

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sk84
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The Quick Boot option is currently only available in the old vSphere Web Client.

Configure Using Quick Boot During Host Remediation in the vSphere Web Client

--- Regards, Sebastian VCP6.5-DCV // VCP7-CMA // vSAN 2017 Specialist Please mark this answer as 'helpful' or 'correct' if you think your question has been answered correctly.
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M4T
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hi Sebastian,

thanks for the response, is there a link somewhere to the future features of the vSphere client ? somewhere.

matt

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A feature comparison can be found at VMware vSphere Update Manager 6.7 Update 1 Release Notes


André

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